Our October newsletter went out last week, so for those who didn't get it, here it is!
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- Wednesday Oct 29 - 8:58pm
We have a first run Ion by MVP Disc Sports that we LOVE and still use!
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- Wednesday Oct 29 - 3:51pm
Had a great initial site visit at a city park yesterday --- castle and all!
We have two Mass site visits this... http://t.co/g6zVjMkXNS
- Tuesday Oct 28 - 12:33pm
Do you purchase plastic online? If so, we suggest you check out Pure Flight Disc Golf and Ultimate's website and... http://t.co/vpiWrTk4zS
- Thursday Oct 23 - 7:10pm
Our monthly newsletter went out last week. Information on booking consultations and a little love for the 8,000... http://t.co/Lm9QB0KXUr
- Thursday Oct 23 - 2:36pm
As many of you have probably already seen, there is a wide array of installation methods when it comes to sinking baskets in the grounds. While metal sleeves are the standard, course can be more cost effective and use PVC pipe — enabling them to offer multiple pin positions on each hole while keeping their Read More…
This blog post was inspired by the ongoing number of conversations we’ve had with disc golfers that are adamant about the fact that disc golf courses MUST have 18 holes. While we’d love nothing more than to see every course have 18 shiny Innova DISCatcher Pro baskets, many locations just aren’t suited for that many Read More…
I’ll never forget the first time I held a Birdie by Innova Disc Golf. After playing for a couple years, I had gotten used to the beveled-edge nature of all the discs and amassed a fair amount, but was still looking for a putter that I felt comfortable with. While the Birdie didn’t end up Read More…