OT: Disc golf

Favorite course? Favorite disc? Anybody following USDGC this week? 5x world champ Paul Mcbeth is struggling on day one. I'm pulling for my man James Conrad with the Blacksburg connection. Follow the action on YouTube if you're looking for something to take your mind off of CFB.

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Im a casual player...but if you belong to a local club.....you should talk to my brother who plays at the pro level.....he makes custom challenge tags, club tags, and trophies in his shop. He can make all kinds of stuff on his laser equipment on all kinds of inventive materials. Facebook link is below.. Hit me up if you wannna talk to him.

https://m.facebook.com/search/top/?q=red%20dot%20custom%20trophy%20and%2...

Edit....he can also make stuff for other things besides disc golf.....regular golf outings, parties, weddings, reunions, etc....hes actually a really cool dude and can hook u up with some really cool custom shit if u need it.

My wife takes the kids and leaves the house while I watch my Hokie games.........nuff said

where do you most often play, Mercer County Park? I play casually too, Thompson in Jamesburg is my "home" course

"Why gobble gobble chumps asks such good questions, I will never know." - TheFifthFuller

Rutgers...tuesday evenings luck of the draw doubles.

My wife takes the kids and leaves the house while I watch my Hokie games.........nuff said

Paul's first round made me feel like I was watching the Duke game again. On the flip side Simon Lizotte has thrown some of the best rollers I've ever seen in this tournament.

In the Roanoke area, the Mayflower Hills course is really nice with a lot different type of holes.

Big fan of the firebird

As a casual player....i like my firbirds and my rocs.

My wife takes the kids and leaves the house while I watch my Hokie games.........nuff said

WE"RE A DISC GOLF SCHOOL NOW!!!

oh, just assumed we moved on to non-olympic sport glory

The old course in Christiansburg was my favorite (Golden Hills I think). It was a perfect wooded course. Since they turned it into 2 different courses it isn't near as good.

Never experienced the original layout. Only the 2 18 hole layout. It was nice to play a quick round but definitely left something to be desired with most holes at 200'.

Golden Hills is good, Mountain Lakes is good but too long for me. Randolph park in Dublin is nice.

in NJ where I am, I often play thompson park or wolf hills in oceanport, occasionally rutgers, mercer county park, allaire, and ocean county park

"Why gobble gobble chumps asks such good questions, I will never know." - TheFifthFuller

RIP Mountain Lake course

Favorite course would be Mayflower Hills. Favorite disc would be the Comet. I love throwing turnover lines with it. Congrats to James on the win! Love to see him play well

Raleigh is limited in options but Durham and Chapel Hill have challenging ones. UNC's official course has a few par 4's and 5's.

Charlotte however is the peak of frolf in NC.

I just sit on my couch and b*tch. - HokieChemE2016

UNC's course is pretty nice! I wish Tech had something like that. The new course at CRC doesn't cut it.

Hit me up if you're interested in playing the IBM course in RTP. It's roughly 2 years old but easily top 5 in the triangle. There's a safari layout that really gives a nice opportunity to reach for your drivers.

Interesting, I knew SAS had a private course but not IBM

I just sit on my couch and b*tch. - HokieChemE2016

Holly springs has/had a really good course that I used to play on but that was a decade ago.

"Roll Tyrod"

I tried catching the pull but nearly broke my hand. These aren't USAU or WFDF approved 175g discs.

...wait, what are we talking about again?

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-What we do is, if we need that extra push, you know what we do? -Put it up to fully dipped? -Fully dipped. Exactly. It's dork magic.

I doubt anyone else here plays in Washington state but Evergreen college has the best course over here. Championship beast and wraith are my favorite discs.

"Roll Tyrod"