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- Wednesday Apr 23 - 7:58pm
It's a concrete mixing kind of morning!
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- Monday Apr 21 - 5:35pm
Sending out a box of DX Sharks to Charlotte, NC for a bachelor party next weekend!
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- Friday Apr 18 - 3:21pm
Our monthly newsletter went out this morning and is chalk full of good news:
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- Thursday Apr 17 - 3:06pm
No matter what skill level you are currently playing at in the sport of disc golf or traditional golfer, there is always room for improvement within the mental side of the game. While incredibly frustrating at times, it’s actually quite impressive when you sit back and think about how much your own thoughts can affect Read More…
“Turtleback greens” are a design technique synonymous with famed traditional golf course designer, Donald Ross. While many later designers began to use this concept on their course designs, the most famous example is from Donald Ross’ design of Pinehurst #2 in North Carolina — a true destination for any traditional golfer, be it as a Read More…
Several weeks ago, we posted a picture of the 12th hole at Hyzer Creek in Providence, NY on our Facebook page and asked the question — “Would you rather know the distance of your drive off the tee, or how far you are from the basket?” As expected, responses ranged from simple answers to less Read More…