A few days ago I was invited to play a round at the newly opened Norway Mountain Disc Golf Course by Nate Simpson, who also invited Adam Sanford to join us. Adam is the course designer and when I showed up this morning for our round, we were also joined by Neill Urban, the owner of the ski hill and disc golf course. (more…)
A few weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to spend a week in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada speaking in schools, running some disc golf and ultimate clinics and doing demos and media spots with Davy Whippet talking about being unique, embracing differences, being kind to one another while at the same time sharing more about the history of frisbee, showing the various sports one can play with a frisbee and teaching the possibilities to both discers and non-discers alike. (more…)
Each discs flight characteristics varies depending on a variety of criteria. The thrower, the environment and of course the design of the disc all are factors in how the disc will fly for a particular user. For the purpose of this review we will assume a right handed back hand delivery (or clockwise spin throw). The opposite flight descriptions would be true for a left hand backhand delivery, a right hand forehand delivery (or counter-clockwise throw).
Beginning players should concentrate on relaxed,