The Disc Golf Practice That Lowers Your Score and Makes Course Management Easy

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.

Avoid This Common Disc Golf Approach Shot Mistake

Last week in our regular Monday disc golf tips post, we talked about the 5 things you should be thinking about when throwing your approach shots. At the end of that post, we hinted that there was one tip that deserved its own post. This week we look at that tip and how it can … Read more

Disc Golf Tips – 5 Things You Should Think About on All Approach Shots

Recently, one of our readers, Mickey, reached out and asked us to cover course management. Looking back across all of the posts on this blog (and holy cow are there a lot of them now!) we realized that we hadn’t really covered much, if anything, in relation to this very important topic. This week will … Read more

Just the Tip – Visualize One You Already Know

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One of the best pieces of tournament advice out there is to not play courses blind.  Your tournament round should not be your first round on that course.  If it is, you are just asking for trouble.  That’s all well and good, but unfortunately, it still happens. It would be great if all the tournaments … Read more

Just the Tip – Aim For Your Circle

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You step up to the tee, line up your shot, and throw what you think is a great drive through the woods.  You watch as the disc dances its way past tree after tree in the direction of the basket.  Then, out of nowhere, your disc hits a branch and drops straight to the ground, … Read more