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Heres the deal. Hate golf. HATE golf! I had, up until about a month ago, labeled disc golf and its devotees as some sort of useless hippy indulgence whereby those challenged of job and brain cell but not of patchouli and phish, brah!!! So hooked that Ive just spent about bucks on a really nice assortment of discs and a bag to put them in..

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Disc golf players in Carlton County, and those just passing through, can enjoy the county's first course, made possible thanks to the efforts of an enthusiastic community.

Existing trails were widened by district staff, and concrete tee boxes were poured by the Carlton Fire Department. The course uses existing trail segments to wind its way through 40 acres of woodlands next to South Terrace Elementary.

There is no charge to play the nine-hole, par 35 course, though players need special discs available for purchase or rent at Carlton's Hobo Junction, along with score cards and probably some bug spray. They turn ideas into projects. Cloud who works for the Disc Golf Association come up early this spring," Johnson said. Then he came up again when it was nearly finished and shot the course, so he could figure out the par for each hole. Wes Vork, a disc golf course sponsor and Carlton City Council member, agreed that the new course will be good for Carlton.

The object of disc golf -- like traditional golf -- is to get to the target in the fewest shots. Of course, disc golf players use flying plastic discs instead of clubs and balls, and the target is a metal basket, not a hole in the ground marked by a pole. Depending on a person's level of expertise, players can use one universal disc or a collection of discs made for specific purposes.

Drivers are used for long-distance throws; putters are used within 10 feet of the basket. Approach discs, also known as a mid-range or multi-purpose discs, are designed for second drives, approach shots and long putts. It helps to be familiar with traditional golf, but experience playing golf probably won't help. The ability to throw a plastic disc in a straight line will.

The development agency also purchased three disc packages: one for South Terrace Elementary, one for Carlton High School and one for any visiting school group who would like to borrow it. Trending Articles. Faith Oct 20th - 7pm. Health Oct 22nd - 8am.

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Heres the deal. Hate golf. HATE golf! I had, up until about a month ago, labeled disc golf and its devotees as some sort of useless hippy indulgence whereby those challenged of job and brain cell but not of patchouli and phish, brah!!!

So hooked that Ive just spent about bucks on a really nice assortment of discs and a bag to put them in.. I plan on going every weekend I love this game, man! As a 63 year old hippie who still has the odd joint on birthdays, high and holy days I find your remarks offensive. I won't bother listing my achievements for fear of sounding as if I'm up myself.

Simply allow me to state that many geriatric hippies, such as myself, do not sit around in smoke filled rooms giggling and being unproductive. As to why you HATE hippies I suggest that can only be uncovered by your psychiatrist, if you have one. Oh, and while we're on the subject of hating, I'm a faggot.

Do you hate faggots as well? We appear however to have one thing in common. I've never been able to see the point of golf and regard it as a form of entertainment, not a sport. Far too slow and pointless. My preference was for long distance running until that activity mangled my knee joints. Please explain a little about this 'disk golf' Mr Drawl. I'm unfamiliar with the term. Is this a variation of frizby throwing done with CD's, or some such? That could be dangerous if one landed in your face.

It will also force you to focus on shot making and allows for games in smaller areas. We play 'urban' disc golf, with 'holes' being trees, light poles, sign posts, etc. Depending on where you decide to ramble, playing a street can be exciting, making cars a stroke penalty if hit, or pavement being water, etc Makes for some insterest off posture throws.

This thing where people mark where their discs land and then take run up behind that point is too much like using another tee in the fairway. I worry you may be too conservative to really get it, though. You hate hippie types and Dead Heads? What's to hate? Come on Buddha. I can't believe that you are falling for it.

Magic plastics come on. They are all teh same and you're wasting your money. Frisbees chowed up by my dog are just as good. Where is teh data that proves a need for a better disc. It's a scam! Van Alstine told me so and if you listened to Buddy Guy you'd be smarter. Fun game, got a few courses in my area too.

Note how one part of your hippie stereotype has now vaporized? When I was 20, Fort Collins, Colorado was the Frisbee mecca, so I figured I'd hang and do a little grad school and maybe be a pro disc golfer. I got to know "Mr Disc Golf," who was at the tip top of the heap, and got to play hith him here and there.

One day he told me I ought to think about actually trying to play professionally, and I asked him how lucrative it was. I grew up in La Mirada. Whatever that fucking means. We were playing frisbee golf in the early '70's- usually stoned, btw. It's the hippies' answer to ultra-competitive, chest thumping, rah-rah B.

We also dropped acid back then, because we were pretty sure Nixon and Vietnam were the reality of a different world and we didn't belong to it. We were right. We saw God- and God was laughing his ass off at us! Why don't you try catching a buzz and enjoying all the different people in this world?

We're enjoying the hell out of you. Well, it is a game that is just like golf in that there are several types of discs that are analogous to golf clubs IE "driver" discs for long-range shots, "midrange" discs for well, midrange shots, and "putters" for putting.

The hole is a basket with chains in the center, sorta. Evil, I know, but we all have our vices. Many of my good friends including my best friend since age 11 or so are gay. I dont care too much for the flamboyant types, but the gay community does not have a monopoly on those, either.

I was tired of it, and on a road to certain death, anyway, joined the army, briefly got into party mode drinking only, but way, way too much, and womanizing, bar fighting all the time.. I can say with confidence that some personality types irk the hell out of me. Guidos are another. Thoughtful and considerate reply, nc. Nowadays my "buzzes" are restricted to the occasional Northern Cal- South. Oregon microbrew and some cabs I have aging in the bottle BUT I fondly recall the spirit of brotherhood and discovery we enjoyed in the formative years of our radicalism.

We still see the B. At the same time disc golf was developing in the early '70's, the hacky sack came out. The "official" rules of starting play were to throw the bag against the chest of a player and yell "Coos Bay! Weird, huh? But rather sweet on the semi-cosmic scale of things. And please take your Cobra out once in a while and wake up the neighbors. I used to be a hippie and I love golf! I agree it's not really a sport so much as it is a competition of skill. It's the only activity that's enjoyable even when you aren't good at it.

Well, besides sex. They hit a few balls at the range and decide that the specific coordinated moves, between the large muscles of the torso and legs, on the one hand, and the hands and arms, on the other, are too difficult to handle.

I love golf. I have been playing for 40 years. I was a high-school and university athlete in baseball, track, and football the latter limited to a few concussive encounters with free safeties and linebackers , and I thought golf would be an extension of baseball.

There are general similarities, but in baseball, it is a virtue to hit the ball crooked. In golf, one has to develop repeatable moves that generate consistent accuracy. I don't want to argue. But golf has been a great game for me. It has been challenging, and it has rewarded my good habits and punished my bad ones. And, after all these years, I still don't play as well as I would like to. But, after all these years, I am still getting better at it.

Which, in my view, is the point of any game. If it doesn't give you an impossibly high mountain to climb, then why bother with it? This other golf you mention -- an evolution of "folf" golf with frisbees, which requires no coordination, discipline, or any other mental or physical challenge , no doubt? I congratulate you for hating a game that requires a lifetime of learning, in both the physical and mental domains, and taking up a game that requires none of the above.

And, for posting a thread that celebrates the easiness of the choice. You run 10 miles a day. How fast? Your year-old grandmother can do 10 miles a day -- if she has all day.

What does THAT have to do with hating golf and loving "disc golf"? Aussie, nobody cares if you are a "fag. And what does this have to do with the difference between golf and folf or disc golf, or whatever Is this a quasi-evangelical thing? And what does this have to do with GOLF or running 10 miles a day???

Some hard stuff, no joke. I like this game much better than the clubbed sort.

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