“Why are they showing Cornhole/Pickleball on ESPN and not disc golf?”This is a very common question I get from the disc golf community when they come in the pro shop. It’s understandable, and I think it’s worth exploring where disc golf is at and where those other sports are at.
When I do beginner disc golf lessons I almost always talk about what speed works best for players. A good midrange game is a solid foundation for the average amateur player. If you’re shooting around par this blog is absolutely a good choice for you to examine your bag and see if you’re missing this slot.
A smooth throw leads to a really flutterless flight of the disc and often gets you a great distance. Here’s a blog I wrote all about throwing smooth shots. You can take a look at it if you have questions about what “smooth” is.
This week in the blog I want to look at the 30 second rule. It’s rule 802.03 in the disc golf handbook. Basically, you have 30 seconds to throw the disc once you get to your lie. Is that really enough time?
Each December 31st I write a personal post on my Facebook page recounting my life in those 365 days. Things are busy, but it’s good to stop and remember all of the cool things that happened here at SDG in 2022.
What a weird question. Who cares this much about hats? I’ve taken a journey for you. Going back to the final round of each of the DGPT events from 2022, I looked to see if the winner wore a hat during their final round.