Monthly Archives: July 2010

A key to disc golf’s unique appeal: wilderness

I just checked out PDGA’s homepage to check in on the coverage of this year’s coverage of the World Championships in Indiana. Since we’re hosting the event next year in Santa Cruz/Monterey, it seemed like a sensible idea. Anyway, seeing … Continue reading

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Disc golf as a model for economoic recovery

One of the results of California’s ongoing budget crisis was the threat last year of all state parks closing for the foreseeable future. Luckily the move was eventually exposed as a bluff by the governor, and nearly all parks remain … Continue reading

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Anniversary of the Hambrick Day Ace

I’m not really a ‘rare’ disc collector. My home office has more than 30 discs on the wall (plus the single framed Marty Hapner created Masters Cup composition-of-many-years’ stamps disc remaining in my house), but nearly all of them are … Continue reading

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The future of Professional Disc Golf

Professional disc golf has not ‘turned a corner,’ and it certainly hasn’t hit the mainstream. The sport is more popular than ever, and growing at the same steady pace it has been growing at for more than a decade. But … Continue reading

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disc selection

Why do most players buy and throw the discs they do? Most often for the wrong reasons, which include: They heard it’s the latest ‘fastest or farthest’ disc on the planet and don’t want to be at a disadvantage by … Continue reading

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