Streeter sheds some light on our most frequently asked question in this weeks blog post. A little longer than his usual blogs, but worth the read if you're looking for some answers about our courses and pro-shop.
One of the easiest ways to improve distance is to incorporate your legs into your shot. This week in the blog I’m going to start you on your journey to the X-step. You’ll develop your own X-Step tendencies, but this is a great way for folks to get their feet wet.
Adding technology to sports is nothing new. Tennis has Hawkeye, Soccer has Goal line Technology, and the NFL really needs to put a tracker in their balls so I don’t have to sit through a 4 minute commercial break where a coach challenges a spot that’s clearly a first down. Back to disc golf thought. MeepMeep is a tracker that you apply to the disc, and then leave on while you play your rounds.
This week’s blog is a little less disc golf, and a little more what else you can do when you’re not disc golfing. I routinely get asked where to eat from folks who are visiting from Portland to… the other Portland. I asked my coworkers for some recommendations about where we like to eat. Let the Sabattus crew help you plan your next vacation to Maine.
This week in the blog I’d like to help you figure out where you’re going wrong and what tools we can use to find our weaknesses. Everyone has a weakness in their game, identifying it is the first step before practicing, and then improving your game.
Maine par is easier than standard par also known as “true par”. Holes that are 5’s in Maine would often be 4’s in other states. Also some 4’s would be 3’s. Par is defined as the average number of strokes it takes an above average, experienced tournament player to hole out. Basically if you had 100 players who are pretty good and they’re competing with each other, you can measure what their average score was and find about what that hole was for par.