Monthly Archives: June 2009

Disc Golf in a Vacuum- one small facet thereof

Disc Golf in a Vacuum(TM) is the catchy phrase I’ve come up with to describe the bundle of ideas about the mental side of golf that make up my disc golf philosophy. It means many different things in different situations, … Continue reading

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disc golf video games

Disc golf nuts have probably heard about the fact that the new Tiger Woods 10 for the Wii includes the ability to throw discs at baskets on famous ball golf courses. But did you know the PDGA is working with … Continue reading

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Less Time Makes for Better Golf

I ran a round at DeLa yesterday, in exactly the 1:15 time I was aiming for. The main goal of staying on the fairway was achieved, and the +2 overall score wasn’t great, but wasn’t horrible for a running round. … Continue reading

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Masters Cup 2009: Three Weeks Later

I didn’t bother to blog after my third and final Masters Cup round, because- let’s face it . . . who wants to write about how they saved their suckiest for last? The tournament itself was epic, however, and as … Continue reading

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