SDG Blogs

The Secret To Getting Good Anhyzer Shots

June 22, 2022

Anhyzer shots involve both angle control of your wrist and your back. Time to make sure you’re using these shots to your potential.
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Experience The Variety Of Innova 9 Speed Discs

June 16, 2022

Innova has a wide selection of discs in the 9 speed that do plenty of things. It may be their most versatile and useful to the most players. Here's a breakdown of them all.
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Let The Disc Do the Work

June 08, 2022

I’m guilty of telling just about everyone who has had a lesson with me “Let the disc do the work.” So let’s dive into what I mean, and how you can stop doing the extra work and make the disc do it.

What I mean is, as a general rule, use a disc for its intended purpose.
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Are There Too Many Disc Molds?

June 02, 2022

The PDGA celebrated 1500 different disc golf molds on May 2nd of 2022. It’s crazy when you think about how many different discs there are. You could throw a new mold disc every single day of the year for 4 years. And it’s not stopping there, more molds are being produced every single month.
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It's Fine To Use Lightweight Discs

May 25, 2022

You definitely consider plastic type when you’re getting a disc. But you’re probably also thinking about the weight. You can either try matching your arm speed to the disc, which may mean discing down to a different mold. Or you can try throwing a lighter weight disc.
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Sabattus Disc Golf Giving Back

May 17, 2022

A couple years ago we had hundreds of lost and found discs down in our basement and we didn’t know what to do with them. We’d run out of space on our racks upstairs and boxed them away. I call, email, and Facebook message people to come get their discs, but we still end up with hundreds at the end of the year.
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SDG Disc Golf Crossword Puzzle

May 12, 2022

I’ve been working on this crossword for a little while, I hope it’s as entertaining for you folks to solve as it was for me to write!
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5 Disc Golf Pro Tour Thoughts

May 04, 2022

I’ve developed some opinions about the Disc Golf Pro Tour. Where it’s at, and where it’s going is important to me. I figure I’d share some thoughts in the blog this week and hear what everyone else has to say about it.
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Liven Up Your Game With Ground Play

April 28, 2022

This week in the blog we’re going to look at discs that stop, sit, roll, cut roll, anti-skip and skip. These are the 6 different ways (that I can think of) that a disc can react when it hits the ground.
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Volunteering At A Local High School

April 20, 2022

I got a pretty cool opportunity last week. One of my best buddies, Cam, Facetimed me and asked if I was available on a Friday to teach some high schoolers about disc golf. Of course I want to spend a day teaching disc golf!
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Rotating World Championships

April 14, 2022

What I’d like to talk about now is disc golf courses around the world and how different they are. What it would mean to be a truly global sport, and how long I think it’s going to take.

Ideally Worlds would happen outside of the US at some point. In 1987 it was held in Toronto, Canada. That’s North America, and there’s literally thousands of other courses around the world. We’ve had 40+ different world championships and they’ve all been held in North America.
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Are You Trying to Find A New Putter Too?

April 07, 2022

I’m kind of in a personal pickle when it comes to putters as the one I putt with is no longer being made (that I know of).
I like putting with something that’s a little fresher, I cycle my putters whenever they get a good gouge in them. Unlike my dad who has putt with the same DX Aviar we got in starter packs together in 2010.
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