More from our Canadian border site visit. Check out this huge tree, we really hope that can be incorporated into the course.
- Tuesday Jun 30 - 10:00pm
Explore Disc Golf got to take a ferry for a site visit in VT! First time for everything. Island disc golf... http://t.co/BKNoOZgJtG
- Tuesday Jun 30 - 8:00pm
Signs came in for Camp Laughing Waters thanks to Soundscape Merchandise! Now the girl scouts can find their way around the courses.
- Monday Jun 29 - 8:20pm
The rendering is done for Camp Laughing Waters course map. Signs are getting printed by Soundscape Merchandise... http://t.co/TnpIlQM2dc
- Thursday Jun 25 - 8:00pm
Big drives downhill on this 625' hole at Pineland Farms in Maine. This course is coming along beautifully and we... http://t.co/PWfG53cviA
- Monday Jun 22 - 8:00pm
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…
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…