Please add Frank - not only does he put his time, money, and sweat into beautiful Channy, he is a fantastic person all around. He is battling cancer but still does what he does. He makes an effort to befriend new people and make them feel extremely welcome. If it wouldn't have been for Frank's outward show of support, I don't think I would have had near as much motivation to continue to improve and keep playing the singles league.
Yeah, you can sit down and putt while you nurse that sprained ankle!
That's not the real reason I replied, but it was a close second!
I just bought 4 identical Discraft Soft Banger GT's - same weight. I read a putting article in disc golfer that explained the concept of practicing continually with a bunch of identical discs, and preferably, identical discs to the one you want to putt with in game.
And yeah, didn't do so hot in the tournament in Fort Wayne IN this weekend...did decent for my level and time playing, and it wasn't last, but I wasn't happy with a +11 round 1 and a +12 on round 2 (albeit, round 2 course was tougher and longer holes).
Very challenging course...not for the faint of heart! I would be embarrassed of my card if I played that course again, so if I don't go to Indiana this weekend, I'll make an effort to get out there and help out.
Are those course Par 4's, or event par 4's because of the length?
They are par 4s because of length/difficulty. That's the score we expect the average player to get on that hole. If you look at the last page of the course booklet, you will see a difficulty rating for each hole. That's the difficulty of achieving that par based on the results of the last tournament we hosted using this layout (1 being the most difficult hole to get par on, 20 being the easiest).
Thanks for the explanation. I figured that was the intent, but wanted to make sure.