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Disc Golf Addict

Posted by alphagenerator


Found this on a website and thought I would share.

You Know You’re A Disc Golf Addict When…

  1. You have three or more versions of the same disc.
  2. You are sure the color of the disc affects how it flies.
  3. You have started a Disc Golf Web Page.
  4. When designing your new house, one room on the blueprints is called “Hot Stamp Gallery Room”.
  5. You have ever advertised “Disc Golf Lessons” in a local newspaper.
  6. After playing a course once, you already know how it should be re-designed.
  7. You have ever uttered the following: “I’ll get my disc out of the basket when this lightning dies down.”
  8. Your boss catches you looking for new doglegs to throw around at work.
  9. You have ever bought a pair of shoes specifically for playing Disc Golf in them.
  10. You always carry your Disc Golf bag with you just in case you get some sudden free time.
  11. You have ever petitioned the IOC to make Disc Golf an Olympic Sport.
  12. You have spent more money on Disc Golf supplies than you have on your car.
  13. You have ever bought a disc for specific use on ONE hole.
  14. You accepted a job relocation to another town on the basis that a course was in the area.
  15. Your wife/husband doesn’t let you set the table because you throw the plates.
  16. You can’t stand the thought of not being able to buy just one more disc.
  17. You build a backyard swimming pool to be used only as a water hazard.
  18. If you keep track of your PDGA points.
  19. If you can tell someone your league average off the top of your head.
  20. You can point out a “discin’” callous on your hand.
  21. You called more than one friend when the “frolf” episode of “Seinfeld” aired.
  22. If you have named a pet “Bogie”. “Hyzer”, “Aviar”, or some other disc golf term.
  23. If you have ever thought about trying to build your own basket.
  24. If you have ever hung a disc on the wall and all your friends think it’s cool.
  25. You ever screamed YES! as loud as you can in a public park, then wonder why people are looking at you.
  26. The only quality time you get with your family is when you drag them out to the course to show them your great “S” flight path.
  27. You spend more than 3 hours searching for a lost golf disc.
  28. You have caused at least 3 of your friends to become addicted to the sport as well.
  29. You try to figure out how many golf discs you can buy with your next paycheck.
  30. When you miss a putt and whip out 5 more putters from your bag and throw each of them from the same spot just to prove to your friends that you could have made it.
  31. You go looking around the course to see if you can find any lost discs.
  32. You are swimming in the ocean and someone yells, “Shark!!” and you holler back, “Are you crazy? From this far away??”
  33. You have spent so much money at the course pro shop, they name the course after you.
  34. You beg the course pro to put lights on the course so you can play all night too.
  35. You are golfing by yourself, and you let your “imaginary friends” tee first so you can show them how its done.
  36. You believe that with the right discs firmly grasped in each hand, you could fly.
  37. You have ever talked to your discs while they are in flight.
  38. You buy a membership in a gym, so you can improve your distance.
  39. You have ever called in sick to work on Monday; to play the same course you played Sunday.
  40. If you carry an extra version of a disc in case the first one breaks or gets lost.
  41. You introduce new discs to your other discs.
  42. You are willing to spend $400 a year getting a basket to start a new course but you still have the couch your mother gave you when you moved out.
  43. You throw your approach disc even after a really bad drive, just on principle.
  44. Your PDGA number is also on your car’s license plate.
  45. You skip Monday Night Football to attend a DG meeting.
  46. You decide it is too windy to go snowboarding, and opt to play a round of disc golf instead.
  47. You have ever attended a community meeting on behalf of disc golf.
  48. You have established the par from the water cooler back to your cubical.
  49. You carry copies of DGJ and DGWN everywhere you go so you can validate the sports existence to non-believers.
  50. You get into heated debates about what kind of discs beginners should use and for how long.
  51. You have ever developed a disc golf specific injury.
  52. You practice snapping a disc off at home while watching TV.
  53. You have ever chased down someone else’s dog to get your disc out of its mouth.
  54. You call ball golf…ball golf.
  55. You arrive at a tourney 3 hours from home and promptly spend all your lunch money on new discs.
  56. You have read this entire list!

Prodigy D1 & D4 Review

Posted by alphagenerator


Image I will use the post to drive more user feedback. Take my brief review with a grain of salt, as I was forced to play with my non-dominant hand… still recovering from shoulder surgery.

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Most, if not all, proto D1 & D4 discs currently come in max weight. The D1 is meant to be very fast and over stable, without the dreaded meat hook at the end. The flight path was narrowed significantly… reducing the side-to-side travel down the fairway.   The inner lip has been rounded as part of Prodigy’s patented Easy Release Technology. The easy release is meant to reduce both grip lock and blisters. (Soap Box Rant:  Innova’s most recent production of discs (late 2012) has a micro-bead on the inner lip that is extremely sharp and difficult to release.)

I am consistently getting more distance (20-40 ft) on every throw with both the D1 and D4. The D1 flies over stable, as intended. Prodigy claims the D1 flies well into a headwind as it does with a tailwind. I have yet to play in these conditions.

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The D4 is designed as a very fast, under stable driver. In my experience, this disc is not under stable. I would actually classify it as slightly over stable. Obviously, I am not getting a solid pop on my release, but I was expecting something along the lines of a fast Innova Roadrunner or Mamba (Definitely not the case).  I figure a 150 class disc will make the D4′s alleged under stability more apparent.

Overall I am happy with the purchase and look forward to throwing more Prodigy plastic. Both of these discs throw very well and get max-d with every toss.

What are your comments / reviews?

- Jeremiah


Running Tournaments

Posted by alphagenerator


Grip and Rip DGC began as an outcropping from the Dogleg crew’s drive to bring another course to our hometown of Jasper, AL. The new course is still being decided by the local city council, but they are pretty close to making a final decision. When researching all the details for starting a club, I found the PDGA to have a helpful How-to guide.

We cut our teeth with Discraft’s annual Ace Race tournament, which proved to be a valuable learning experience. Skills learned included: managing costs, gathering sponsorship’s, taking pre-registration monies, registering with the local park, setting up the course for tourney play and coordinating schedules with football season (if you are not from the Southeast, then you wouldn’t understand =)).

With all this Ace Race tournament director experience, I decided to take the PDGA’s Officials Exam to better understand the rules for sanctioned play. PDGA Rules - The rules are interpretative in some cases. I am more of a casual player, so I don’t necessarily agree with all the tedious rules (just my preference). The 10 official’s exam can be taken an unlimited amount of times and is only $10, which is good for 3 years. The PDGA now has a Pre-Register Tool that allows tournament directors to collect payment online. It does cost $2-3  for the player to use, but the players list updates in real-time.

I started building a GnR website with a forum to house all of the club’s activities. This proved to be more complicated than anticipated; so we setup a Facebook group under “Grip and Rip Disc Golf”. The events section is extremely helpful, since it allows local players to accept the tourney invite.  The real-time feedback allows for us to judge the expected attendance ahead of tourney day.

Contrary to popular belief, tournaments are time-consuming to run, and yield little profit for the club.  However, they are beneficial in growing the sport. Without groups of disc golfers coming together with similar interests, new parks wouldn’t be built and existing parks wouldn’t be improved. Just in the Birmingham metro alone, there are 7 new parks coming online in 2013! I really hope we can continue growing this beautiful sport.


Prodigy Disc Golf – Update

Posted by alphagenerator


Prodigy finally released the names of all their sponsored/vested players: Will Schusterick, Nikko Locastro, Cale Leiviska, Paul Ulibarri, Garrett Gurthie, Cameron Colglazier, Ricky Wysocki, Jeremy Koling, Catrina Allen, Sarah Hokum, and Paige Pierce.

Founders of Prodigy: Lavone Wolfe, Phil Arthur, Dave Greenwell, and Morgan Mcdowell

From the PDGA announcement “Prodigy Puts ‘D’ in your Game”

The D1D2, D3, & D4 discs from new manufacturer Prodigy Disc, Inc. based in Georgia have been PDGA Approved as of 1/1/13.

“All drivers in the D family are very consistent and with a much narrower flight paths than conventional long distance discs making them more accurate and forgiving. All four max weight at 174.3g.

The D1 is a very fast, over stable driver designed for power throwers. Good for all conditions and flies just as well into the wind as it does down wind. The flight path is similar even in lighter weights.  
 
The D2 is a very fast, slightly over stable driver designed for all throwers. Good for all conditions and flies just as well into the wind as it does down wind. The flight path is similar even in lighter weights. 
 
The D3 is a very fast, moderately stable driver designed for all throwers and flies extremely far. The flight of the D3 is unique due to its ability to flip up and then glide without extreme turnover drift or a hard hyzer finish. Players can trust this disc when thrown with power knowing that it will flip up but won’t flip over.
 
The D4 is a very fast, under stable driver. It is designed for all players and flies extremely far. The D4 will turn up when thrown hard and will then react similar to the D3 with its long glide and gentle finish.” -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ui5xK9d8qms

Phil mentions the D1 & D4 will be released in January, D2 & D3 in Feb, putters in March, then a line of fairway drivers.    From my brief understanding of Prodigy, they have spent countless hours in R&D trying to build the perfect discs. They have limited the amount of unwanted side-to-side travel in the flight and have reduced the thickness of the rim on the high speed discs.   I am really stoked to try these out as they are slowly released.


Night Rounds – Reviews on glow sticks, LED Lights, and Glow plastic

Posted by alphagenerator


With the impending time change, night golf will be our only option if you work traditional hours.   I have used mini glow sticks, flashing led lights, and glow discs as my test subjects for when day light savings goes into effect.   The mini glow sticks work fairly well if disc is almost clear.   Any slight tinting of the plastic will drastically reduce the visibility of the low powered mini glow sticks. I’ll give it a 2 on a scale of 5.

The flashing LED lights have been my staple for the past year.  They are roughly $2.50 ea and give roughly 12 hours of use.  These are the best option of the 3 test subjects.  They are the heaviest of the addon options but they work well in all lighting scenarios (ie low sunlight, dusk, and completely dark).  The newly redesign 2 alternating color lights that emit a combination of  Blue/Red, Blue/Green, Red/Green colors for very easy identification from a far.   Dynamic Discs seem to be the main supplier of this particular light setup. I barely notice the LED taped to my discs, but I don’t try any crazy hyzer flip shots at night, much. I highly recommend these particular models and give them an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5.   I’ve dinged the 5.0 rating for the weight weenies out there. =)

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Lastly I have tested the Innova CFR glow discs, Innova Pro Glow, and the GatewaySuper Glow plastics.  one of the problems with glow plastic is that not all the names are available in glow.    Innova probably has the largest selection of glow plastic but its still limited compared with their full product offering.   The less translucent discs seem to hold a glow longer than the more translucent.   That being said the Innova Pro and Gateway Super Glow outlasted the Innova CFR’s.   All glow plastic seems best suited for near zero visibility.   Any close street lamps will drastically reduce your night vision and the perceived glow from the discs. LED Blacklight flashlights tend to be the best option for charging this plastics in between rounds.  I picked one up off ebay for around $13 shipped. My rating for the glow plastics is 3.5 out of 5 mainly due to the limited disc option in glow plastic and the fact most of my dg gets played around dusk and street lamps.     All the above plastics are perfectly suited normal daytime use, as the Innova CFR plastic has excellent durability.   Hope this helps someone!

Below is picture of a fresh charge on the 3 plastics in a completely dark room. They are visible for 10-15 minutes in a zero light area.

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Jeremiah

Grip-and-Rip.com


Discraft Ace Race

Posted by alphagenerator


Discraft Ace Race at the North Jasper Course on Aug 11, 2012 with the players meeting starting at 9 AM and tee time @ 9:30 AMI am taking the $25 payment via cash or PaypalPaypal: Send payment to Jeremiahbret@gmail.com (please use Personal > Gift option) Include your name, email, and working telephone number.What: Discraft Ace Race (http://discgolfacerace.com/)
2 Rounds of 18 holes, one shot per hole… only aces count!
No prior experience of disc golf required, all experience levels welcomed (Instruction for new players will be available) First Place will receive a stack of discs!

For couples, BFFs, or family who will be participating, we have a doubles deal. For $35, two people can split the player pack with each person getting one disc to participate in the Ace Race.

Players all throw the same model disc: a brand new, never-seen-before Discraft prototype disc that is introduced each year especially for Ace Race. All 2011 participants received a player’s pack that included 2 Z line prototype Drivers, sunglasses, Mini, sticker and a metal water bottle….a $50 package for only $25!

Please contact me with any questions
Jeremiah Blackmon
205-300-3189


Robbed from the DGB forum….

Posted by alphagenerator


 

Champion Clinic/Doubles – Sunday, July 8, 1:00 PM

Join Disc Golf Birmingham and Innova Champion Discs as they host the DGB edition of Champion Clinic/Doubles.

3X Women’s World and U.S. Champion, Des Reading
4X Putting and Doubles World Champion, Jay Reading
Sunday, July 8 @ George Ward Disc Golf Course
FREE Skills Clinic for all skill levels 1:00 – 2:15

Optional Random Draw Doubles afterward 
$10 Buy In with 100+% payout in cool custom merch from around the country 
Includes Ace Prizes, CTP, and Farthest Putt 

Jay is celebrating his 4th Putting World Title in a row and will have exclusive Custom 4X Yeti Pro Aviars by Nevada artist Skot Meyer.

Des has very limited 2012 Innova Champion Team Star discs available.
Come out to the park on Sunday and join us for the fun!

 


DG accessories!?

Posted by alphagenerator


So I got to break away for the weekend and run up to Huntsville for the Rocket City Blast that covered Monte Sano, Mastin Lake, Brahan Springs, and Redstone Arsenal. It was a warm 95 degree weekend that proved to be somewhat taxing on my stamina.  Nonetheless I did get to see some interesting disc golf accessories along the way.

The first two photos are of a homemade DG Caddy with built in cooler…. Very nice!  This may turn into my summer project.

The 3rd photo however is California Joe’s version of a DG caddy from a re-purposed baby stroller. haha  good call sir!

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Fantasy Disc Golf?!

Posted by alphagenerator


Below is a link to play fantasy disc golf.  I will create a league for use to compete in, if there is enough interest.   Hit me up if you want to join… its free!

http://www.playfantasydiscgolf.com/


Innova Competition Bag with BackSaver-straps

Posted by alphagenerator


I have a slightly used Innova Competition DG Bag with straps $60.

Call or text if interested

Jeremiah

205-300-31eight9

 

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What is in your bag?

Posted by alphagenerator


I am still trying to hone in my perfect bag but this is what I currently have…

Putters

  • Gateway Wizard SSS
  • Gateway VooDoo SS
  • Discraft Elite Soft Challenger (Primary Putter)

Midrange/Fairway Driver

  • Buzzz SS 175g
  • Meteor 175g
  • Leopard 170g
  • Discraft Impact – 07 Ace Race
  • ROC 147g

Drivers

  • Sidewinder 150g
  • Teebird 150g
  • Valkyrie 150g
  • Blizzard Boss 134g  (way overstable, but i am working on my throw to compensate)

Any suggestions/alterations to my current bag setup for a RHBH novice player?


Droid Disc Golf Lite

Posted by alphagenerator


Haha I would not recommend downloading this mobile Disc Golf game from Google Play unless you have hours of time to kill.   Wow….its addicting!   It took me a minute to figure out some of the controls, but its fun nonetheless.  I would like to see an array of disc selections besides “Driver”, “Midrange”, and “Putter”, but its free so I cant complain.

One neat feature is the shot selection… I am assuming this is changing up the Right-hand,Back-hand shots to a Right-hand, flick type shots.

Happy Gaming!

Jeremiah


Rocket City Blast!

Posted by alphagenerator


Below may be a great chance for all of us to get together and play this month.   Two days 4 courses over Memorial Day weekend in Huntsville, AL…. Tim this may be a good reason for you to come into town to “visit” the in laws.  =)

The Arsenal will be part of the series!  Let me know if you plan on making the trip.

Jeremiah

The Rocket City Blast, hosted by the Rocket City Chain Gang, will be held on May 26th & 27th covering four courses. For your disc golf pleasure, the field will play Monte Sano, Brahan Springs, Mastin Lake, and Redstone Arsenal.

This event will be PDGA sanctioned as C-Tier for Pros & B-Tier for AMs with a minimum of 120% paid out to AMs.

Sponsorships will be in more detail later but, as a preliminary, hole sponsorship will be offered at each course for $25 each, which will include a personalized sign and a select disc. The sponsorship can be designated to your field of choice (pro, adv, int, ect). On a side note, if a title sponsor wishes to donate the required amount of money, then the sanctioning can bump to the next tier (ie if someone sponsors $500 to Pro, then it will become a B-tier).

I’ll have more information soon. Questions/Comments are welcomed.


First ace in my first tournament!

Posted by alphagenerator


So I played my first tournament about a month back and hit my first ace during the 2nd round!  Civitan, hole 7 in c location….248 ft ace with an Discraft Impact Fairway Driver, which happens to the 07 Ace Race disc….Too bad I didn’t pay $3 to enter the ace pot…   Competition is pretty stiff in Birmingham’s local dg scene. Even with my ace Stephen beat me out for the podium in our novice division.

That being said, Dogleg – (Jasper Division) is on path to host our first tournament later in the fall. Maybe we can arrange for the whole group to be in town that weekend to partake in the festivities!   more to come on the tournament later…

Jeremiah

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Flyboy is going away

Posted by alphagenerator


Kelly is out of the private disc golf course business now.   Flyboy has been completely pulled from dgcoursereview.com

Good thing we got a round in when we did….   Below is Kelly’s departing message.

Jeremiah

 

Farewell to FlyBoy…kind of.

POSTED ON DGCOURSE REVIEW…

Flying off into the DGCR sunset

5+ 1/16/2012 1/17/2012Review By: Flyboy
Played: 2 Reviewed: 2 Exp: 11.8 Years

3 Helpful / 0 Not

Pros: It’s right in my back yard…it kinda is my back yard.

Cons: Life is way too short!

Other Thoughts: Flyboy’s my baby. I brought it into existence, so I’ll admit up front, this review is biased, maybe even self-serving. I don’t claim to be a course designer. Chuck, Dave, and the other course design Gurus out there…respect…I realize Flyboy has some mathematical design flaws. But I’ve been lucky to play more than my fair share of courses around the world, and can honestly say that Flyboy rewards excellence and punishes mediocrity like no other disc golf course I know. It’s challenging but fair, and demands focus and execution the entire 3 to 5 hour round to score well. Slack off and the course will spank you pretty hard on the score card, and confiscate your plastic if you don’t learn how to use it. The best compliment I get out here is when golfers tell me that my course made them learn something and helped improve their game. I’ve done my job.

The thing I like most about the place is how it makes me feel, plain and simple. Flyboy has soul, and there’s no math in that. After hundreds of rounds on Flyboy, my fun-meter still gets pegged every time I go up against that Bia! My heart still literally pounds when I step up to the 3,4,5,6,9,14,15,25 tee pads, hoping that I’m worthy of those holes that day, because if I’m not, one of my troopers may not make it home. I still tear up a little when I turn the corner from 2′s basket and step into the scenic splendor of hole 3. Can’t wait for the grins to appear when my first-time Flyboy guests spy the giant ants on 7, the freaky faces in 13′s wise old tree of dg, the little Screech Owl by 17′s basket, Mom’s excellent ham sandwich lunch after 21, the Flyboy country store on 23…..alright already! I love the place, OK? It makes me feel good. I’m spoiled and biased, I admit it.

So yep, I gave my own course a 5 disc rating. Tacky right? Eh, who cares, it’s Flyboy’s last DGCR review.

This has been a hell of a run for me! My little back yard course sprouting up from a single putting basket, to the highest rated disc golf course on DGCR. Getting to know and throw with the biggest names in the sport, hosting players from all walks of life from all over the world at my little corner of the universe….I really can’t call it a dream come true, because I never could have dreamed it!

Creating Flyboy Aviation has been the most fun and rewarding thing I’ve ever done in my life, (well, aside from flying around with my hair on fire in a fighter jet) and I have to say, hanging with you guys has been the best part of it all….some of the finest people I’ve ever met, and you’ll always be welcome at Flyboy. Thank you Tim and DGCR for sending these folks my way. Lillian, Wayne, Brad, and I have tried our best to live up to the course reviews, and treat our guests to the disc golf experience of a lifetime they came here for. It’s been an honor for us.

I originally listed Flyboy on DGCR because I enjoy the camaraderie and social aspect of our sport, and hoped a few folks might occasionally drop in and shoot a round with me. I never anticipated the awesome power of this incredible website, and the resulting stampede of players headed my way once Flyboy rose through the DGCR ranks! I had no idea what I was in for, but I’ve loved every minute of the ride. Unfortunately, the ole demand has outstripped the ole supply of this back yard hobby operation. Great news if your aim is to expand operations and grow. I need to shrink to survive.

So reluctantly, I’ve asked Tim to remove Flyboy Aviation from the DGCR course list. There are several reasons for this, but mostly, I’m just tired. No one ever told me building, maintaining, and operating your own private disc golf venue was a full-time job, but trust me, here at least, it is. I think I’ve spent more time in the saddle of my Kabota the last few years, grooming the course, than I did in my Boeing 777, and believe me the 777 pays better. Don’t get me wrong, this has all been a labor of love, and I’m very proud of what I’ve been able to accomplish with my little Flyboy Aviation science project. As I grow older though, I find that time becomes the precious commodity in life. Family time is most precious, and shouldn’t be sacrificed. Unfortunately, I can’t quit my day job flying jets to find the extra time required to run Flyboy Aviation the way I feel the top disc golf venue in the world should be run. So there you have it.

Being off the course list will take some pressure off, and buy me some time. Family time, and time to try going down a different ski slope or two before I get too darn old. Think little flying robots with gyro stabilized HD video cameras, bringing disc golf to the world in a way it’s never been seen before. Think I’m kidding? We’re already on it. I have a few more tricks up my sleeve for the last third of my life, and I don’t intend to spend that precious time sitting on a tractor (although I’ll admit, that’s when I do some of my best thinking, and I do love the smell of diesel fuel in the morning).

I’ll be passing the #1 baton back to Flip City from whence it came. I guess I’ve held it long enough, and if anyone deserves it, Bill does. There are new sensational pay-for-play courses coming on line at a rapid pace, and I’m heartened by my experience with Flyboy Aviation, that these private venues will be the successful and profitable future of our sport. My humble suggestion is that we embrace and nurture them.

Finally, the 64,000 dollar question: what will become of Flyboy Aviation? Well, it’s not going anywhere. My fellow disc golf road warriors are always welcome here as my personal guests, when my schedule allows me to join them. Hey, I still love the game as much as ever, and look forward to throwing Flyboy with my local Buds and our occasional out-of-town guests….until I’m just too decrepit to throw anymore. “Disc golf or die!”

Kelly
Flyboy Aviation


Flyboy Saturday Dec 31st at 10 AM

Posted by alphagenerator


I have a 10 AM tee time at Flyboy in Whitesburg, GA on Saturday Dec 31.  Me and Stephen are the only two committed so far. Tee times are scarce to come by, so don’t pass up this opportunity to play the highest rated course in the world!

http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=3693

Let me or Stephen know if you decide to join. I need to give a head count prior to showing up.

Jeremiah


Jasper record -5….. Witnessed!

Posted by alphagenerator


Oh yeah, this guy scored – 5 this past weekend at the North Jasper Park.    I know its been unbearably hot recently, but we really need to schedule a dogleg tourney or something to get this off the ground.

I am an official PDGA  member after the small contribution.  With that being said, now we can put together a team for local tournament play.   There are 2 being held in bham towards the end of September.   Let me know if anyone wants to go with.

Once our co-founder gets his home remodel done over the next week or so, then we will get some more products ordered.

Jeremiah


Night Disc Golf @ North Jasper Park

Posted by alphagenerator


What started out as another boring Saturday afternoon ended with a 9 year old, glow sticks, an empty cooler, a mormon playing disc golf, and Donnie doing the ugly (not to be mistaken with the now infamous “teach me how to dougie” song.) After rounding up glow sticks at 3 stores between Birmingham and Jasper, we finally had enough to play a around of disc golf without Alabama’s summer heat beating us at every turn.

Stephen, Greg Smallz and I show up around dusk, when most park-goers would have left already. We start setting up when TJ (9) and Caden (7) walk up and introduce themselves…..never met the parents. Since they were nice kids that played disc golf and their parents wasn’t anywhere nearby to object, I decided to let them play with us. Stan showed up at hole 3 to knock in 50 ft birdie put without any light for assistance. We play a couple more holes when TJ and Caden decide to go find their parents…. not the other way around. Around hole #7, Smallz knocks his miniature light off his disc and becomes the belligerent tweaker in the park.

So we continue playing the back 9 knocking lights off discs, steadily draining the cooler, and making some ridiculous shots that would not have been possible if we were able to see the obstacles ahead.   As we wrapped up the night, TJ showed back up…. without Caden.     His mom was still in the park but she had a friend meet up with her named Donnie.    After Donnie, another couple met up with them and proceeded to the opposite end of the park subsequently leaving TJ with us to babysit.       Luckily TJ was infactuated with glow sticks enough to roundup every single one from each hole, as we finished off the remnants of the cooler.

Stephen and Smallz are currently researching a reusable lighting source for the discs and holes.

Jeremiah


Where’s the like button for all of Joe’s posts?

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