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So How Wide is that Box? It’s About a Little More than a Comet Wide… Glad YOU Asked.
Zeteter Disc Golf Canada’s new line up of Discs & Clothing, including the
new Biofuzion by Dynamic Discs which Zeteter Canada is the first to bring into Canada.
We also were the first to bring Zeteter Disc Golf Clothing to Canada.
Dynamic Disc, Gateway, Legacy, Discraft, Innova, Lattitude 64 are just some of
the companies we are carrying (There will be more we promise).
Along with our one of a kind clothing line up, disc and equipment selection, you will find other surprises exclusive only to Zeteter Canada in the months ahead.
We want to show players our service, support, and quality is the best in Canada.
Hot on the heals of my first disc golf tournament, I played in my first ace race on Sunday. The Discraft Ace Race is a competition where players receive two new prototype discs and then use those discs to throw aces. It sounds easy; it’s not.
The discs are the same but you can kind of pick your colors and weight (or trade with others to get what you want). The event I attended at Irving Park had 27 holes set up. Most of them were on the original 24 holes of the course but with modified tee areas. The tees were designed to be more easily ace-able.
Read more about my first Ace Race at Jones.in’ for a Blog…
The dreaded dead center spit (bounce back). We’ve all had (at least) one. What is the deal with a “perfect” putt not sticking in the basket? My practice basket is a portable Chainstar, so maybe I’m biased when I say that Chainstars’ spit out dead center putts way more often than any other basket. I have a theory, which may very well be totally wrong, but could there be a correlation between crossed links and dirty spits? Now I’m not talking about putting into the basket when the links are already crossed up, but when your putter hits the chains and the links cross up. Does this cause the disc to ricochet out?
Anyone out there have any answers or other ideas?
What do think Discraft will do to try to compete with Innova in the Blizzard sales. I have a feeling they are going to come out with something huge here soon.
I just purchased a Titanium buzzz. I purchased the olive color not realizing it is the exact same color of grass. I want to dye it a brighter color, something that wouldn’t be so easy to lose. Any suggestion on what dye or what color, or if I should even mess with it. Anything will help.
Everyone has heard the age old saying, “Drive for show putt for dough”. I follow a more loosely interpreted version of that, ”Drive for show putt for four”. Everyone wants to become a better putter, and honestly who doesn’t? Putting is easily the most important aspect of the game, it’s also where you can shave the most strokes off of your score.
I would like to know what everyone else does to help sharping their skills. Do you just play HORSE around a practice basket, or just place yourself around a basket and just putt till your arm’s sore. I’ve found a couple games to help you practice, while making it fun. Perfect Putt is a fun way to help hone your skill. Here is the link to download the scorecard and rules for it http://wilkesdiscgolf.org/Perfect_Putt_360.pdf. Twitter user @Inourdr gave me this link http://www.gardencityflyers.org/site/node/427 that uses another points based putting game. Discraft has some outstanding video’s on YouTube that are very beneficial and I recommend them to anyone, especially the putting with confidence video.
Feel free to leave a comment on other games you play while you practice, or suggestions that have helped you and could help others. The only advice that I can offer is start at a comfortable distance where your making everything then slowly work your way back till you hit a trouble spot. Once your at your trouble spot, you know where you need to really hone your practice. Don’t just go out and fire your putters into the basket, make every practice putt as if it’s for the World Championship. If your slow and methodical in practice, then once your staring down that 20′ birdie putt when it counts you will know what to do.
This was the second year my Fiancee and my buddy and his wife made the trip from Michigan to Bowling Green, Ky for easily one of the biggest Am tournaments of the year. The weather was absolutely amazing! I don’t know if you could of asked for better weather for the end of March. The temps were in the high 70′s to low 80′s the whole time with the wind only being a slight issue on Friday.
HB Clark and his team of volunteers go above and beyond to make sure everyone has a great time down there. The courses are always in pristine shape, no litter, graffiti, manicured fairways, and great baskets as well. If you are on the fence on this tournament please come, you won’t regret it! From the players package to the players party at Wha-bah’s Steakhouse’s with the final 9 located on the property. Most people come for the fly mart on Friday night where vendors and people can sell their merchandise. This year Discraft introduced Titanium plastic, which everyone flocked to. Eric McCabe was there to sign the new Titanium Buzzz SS’s as well.
Most vendors also hosted mini one round C tier tournaments at most of the courses before, as well as some BYOP doubles! Innova also has a longest drive contest that was one by Michigan’s own Tony Mitchell with a throw of 540′. Vibram held a CTP contest using their Ibex mid range for a spot on the test team. Another nice touch down there is if you win your card you receive a special prize. Do yourself a favor and head down next year, you won’t be disappointed! Here is a link to a couple more photo’s from down there.
In a new post over at RattlingChains.com, we look at this Friday’s disc sports event — Take Your Disc To Work Day. It’s a concept pitched to Discraft in the hopes to make it a global — and possibly annual — event.
Check out the story behind it and all the details about participating — and how you can win some excellent prizes — by heading over to Rattling Chains.
Also from the past few days — Our weekly poll is up and we’re talking disc count. In our weekly news wrap, we talk about Discraft’s new Titanium plastic and give the latest links for disc golf in the media. On Saturday, we posted our Photo of the Week and it was quite the shot. One of the better disc golf images we’ve seen and we had to share it!
If you haven’t seen it, as well, Avery Jenkins had his most recent blog post to Rattling Chains.
Finally, don’t forget we’re giving away some plastic. The contest runs for another week, so go enter!