Monthly Archives: August 2012

Book Excerpt: Why golf is a great game, and why in the 21st century disc golf is even better

It is my firm belief that the sport of disc golf – which already has enjoyed strong, steady growth for more than two decades – will experience an explosion in popularity when two things happen: The general public is properly … Continue reading

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A plan to finally get disc golf past the tipping point

The day disc golf finally goes viral is . . . not here yet. Hasn’t happened. But like a geologist who observes trends and predicts a major earthquake will occur in an area with no seismic history, I believe it … Continue reading

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Observe, Learn and Test: The Engineer’s Approach to Disc Golf

The School of Disc Golf recently hosted a team-building event for a group of engineers and other techies from a Silicon Valley company. There were a few naturals in the group, especially one guy in particular who was launching some … Continue reading

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Product Review: Scoreband multi-use scorekeeping device

The ScoreBand is a worthy addition to any disc golfer’s bag. (Editor’s note: Two people associated with disc golf blog Rattling Chains tested out ScoreBand, a scoring watch that also works for tennis and other things. The first part is … Continue reading

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