Casual rounds can only get you so far. The same is true of casual practice. When you want your game at that next level, effective disc golf practice is key.
Why spend your energy constantly picking up and putting down a heavy bag when you can make things easy on you and your game with a disc golf cart!
Trying to figure out which disc golf disc is right for you can be maddening. Trying to shop by flight numbers makes it worse. Here we talk about one possible solution.
Didn’t get enough disc golf this weekend? Want more hot disc golf action??? Mind Body Disc has you covered. Every Sunday we’ll bring you a featured round of the week so you can keep the disc golf going even after you stop playing! This week we are featuring final round coverage of the Australian Open, played on the Mundaring disc …
Jomez Productions brings you the final 9 of the 21 Hole Salute at RL Smith DGC in Charlotte, NC.
Played mid October 2015 in Knoxville, TN. The Volunteer Classic X. Filmed by the Disc Eye. Featuring Will Shusterick, Zach Melton, Chris Dickerson, and Logan Bowers.
Part two of our in depth look at distance in disc golf.
Distance… How much do you really need and is it all that important in the first place?
Not mastering this particular skill causes more added throws to your score card than any other disc golf related skill out there. Forgetting this one thing has contributed to lost league matches, missed ace pots, and embarrassing tournament performances. A lack of this skill has quite possibly resulted in almost every other disc golf scoring issue you’ve had for the entire time you’ve played the sport.
Before you can even think about course management, you have to tailor your disc golf practice to the shots you’ll actually need out on the course. It doesn’t do anyone any good to know what shot you need to throw and then not be able to throw it.