Go to Gander Mountain they have several different kinds of outdoor shoes.
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Phil was from the libertyville area and if i remember right started playing area tourneys around early to mid 90's.. He had a nickname of "The Natural" given to him by another two libertyville locals named Pat Jetman Gorley and Dave Blaster forgot last name (god rest his soul he passed away some time ago in a motorcycle accident). He got the nickname due to his ability to play at a high level really early in his playing days..He could throw a disc over 500 ft righty and 400 ft lefty.. I know alot of you are probably saying 500 ft thats not very far many players can do that now. Well let me tell you not many people could throw that far with the discs of those days.. Myself and Shawn Harmon used to travel the midwest area and played with Phil and many other great players..Faced off with Phil in many distance competitions and he was a great competitor.. Joe Flash
Watched your video and your drive when looked at in full speed looks ok other than your body and hips don't really turn far enough back plus your arm speed seems relatively average. Now watching it in slow motion reveals a major flaw for big time distance if that's what your looking for.. Your right foot your plant foot is coming down and your arm is still going back after your plant foot comes down..in order to get max distance u need to get that arm and hips all the way back just before plant foot comes down, then as plant foot comes down your hips and arm should be coming back through together.. Everything together as fast as you can pull your arm and hips with foot planted simultaneously.. That is how big distance is achieved.. Hope this doesn't confuse you. It's easier to demonstrate than tell with words..
« on: July 15, 2011, 11:22:40 PM »
Yes Sr. I hear that, but your chances of seeing me are as good as seeing Elvis. Elvis and i will be at a little league field somewhere in the chicagoland area.
Ben i think once is enough, now you say this is the third time. I think this thief could be someone you know. How else do you continue to be a random target. Don't look at the local courses i think you should look on ebay. Just my 2 cents Flash.
« on: May 05, 2011, 10:40:13 PM »
Very nice Randy, but don't forget to tell everyone that your the new alligator hunter. Randy went in about 2 feet of water for a valkrie, into waters that house gators. You da man Randy, a crazy man..
The name of that park is Noel Park. We played there way back in the day, and i think we had 9 holes put in there that didn't stay in very long. Your explanation anyhow leads me to believe thats the place unless he has another location down that way. Its at mills road and 53(chicago st).