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Dynamic Discs Evidence Review

Ken Climo and many other pros have been quoted as saying the hardest shot in disc golf is the dead straight controlled one. A big part of that is skill. But at least some of it is having the right disc. Ken and Barry have the luxury of having beat to perfection Rocs that they’ve had for years. Very few discs can come close to those flights right out of the box. For me, the Evidence is one of those discs.

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No BS Product Review – Hydro Flask

There’s a lot of crap in this world. Most of it is for sale. If you believe all the ads you see, everyone promises to make you taller, better looking, healthier, smarter, and the envy of all of your neighbors. Because of this, the number of times I am disappointed in a product once I buy it greatly outnumbers the …

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No BS Product Review – The NutSac

Deep, not wide. In my life, one of the rules I’ve set for myself is “Deep, not wide”.  This is a simple way to remind myself that I want to be really good at a few things, not mediocre at a bunch of them.  It applies in a lot more ways than that, but that’s the general flavor.  I think this …

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No BS Review – Zen and the Art of Disc Golf

A while back, I put up a post titled, “Who Says There are no Books For Disc Golf”.  In it, I said that while there were only one or two books directly about disc golf, if you expanded your thinking, there are plenty of books out there that would help you improve at the sport you love.  That lead to …

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No BS Product Reviews – The Gateway Bullseye Basket

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but winter is coming.  I don’t mean “Winter is Coming” as in the totally bad ass TV show Game of Thrones is coming.  That won’t be here for a while.  I mean snow, ice, windchill, salted road, hard to play disc golf in an arctic tundra winter.  After last year’s debacle, …

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Building a Disc Golf Home Gym, the Jump Rope

Pretty regularly, when I talk to people about my disc golf home gym, people automatically assume that I’m equating muscle size to disc golf skill.  Someone always wants to chime in with, “I’m skinny as heck and I can throw 500 feet!”.  That’s usually someone on line so there’s a 95% chance they can’t break 300, but the comment is …