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Perfect Putt 360 – A Review

A Putt. It is one of those four letter words that can bring joy or heartache. One putt is usually the separator in big tournaments. One putt could get you into last cash as a pro, or last plastic if... Continue Reading →

Lost & Found

The last TDGA mini I played was a monstrosity. I couldn't hit the fairway for all the trees on many holes. Even after my tee shots, the trees kept jumping in front of my discs that day. Some holes felt... Continue Reading →

Disc Golf is Hard

I got a round of disc golf in after I got off of work on a recent Friday. It was on the newest course in my area, Music Bend. Posting my intent to play got a couple of a local... Continue Reading →

My Top 3 Putting Practices

A couple weeks ago I went out and played a round of disc golf with some pretty good players. Three I would consider to be Local Pros in the Disc Golf Scene here and the other guy is a very... Continue Reading →

On Circle’s Edge – My Journey

Early in my short disc golf experience, I was horrible at putting. My confidence was best from 15 feet and closer. Though I had several memorable putts longer than 50 feet go in, I would not have even considered myself... Continue Reading →

And The Winner Is….

Somebody else, but I had a blast playing in my first tournament. I played in the 2015 Tupelo Fall Classic at Tombigbee State Park. We had eleven people in the novice division. For tournaments hosted by the TDGA, they have the novice... Continue Reading →

Anxiety…Fuggedah Bout It

The title for this post says it all. I've been writing about prep for my first tournament for the past month or so, and it is only two days away. The 2015 Tupelo Fall Classic is the tournament I've registered for... Continue Reading →

Form vs Disc

In practicing for my first ever tournament, I've been working on putting a lot. Many, many, many putts have gone in the practice basket at a course near my work, and just as many have missed. Distances past twenty feet... Continue Reading →

Mission Mondays — Field Work

After my latest round, I've determined that my game needs work. Considering my amateur status and less than two years of play, shooting a 64 on a par 54 course was pretty good. I had a couple of birdies in... Continue Reading →

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