We’re only a short week away from the start of the 2021 Disc Golf Pro Tour Season at the Las Vegas Challenge! There will be one constant thing however. People arguing over which is better, Post Produced or Live Coverage. (Audible groan emoji.) What’s the big deal; why do people fight about this so much?
I think there are 4 major reasons that people have an opinion about which is more desirable. Both sides have merits about which is “better”.
I like the 4 number flight rating system. It tells me the things I need to know about the disc before purchasing it. Now I know that every disc flies differently for every person, but I appreciate that companies give you a general idea of what a disc is going to do.
You may have been asked for lessons from a friend, it’s not uncommon. If you’re looking to give a disc golf lesson then I have some ideas and tips for you that I think will make your lesson go smoothly. I wrote this blog on introducing someone to disc golf last year, if the person you’re going to give a lesson to is brand new head on over there for some tips. If they have played a few rounds or for even a couple years and want a lesson then keep on reading.
This week my goal is to have you re-evaluate your game plan when it comes to teepads. There are all sorts of Teepads. Grass, dirt, artificial turf, concrete, rubber, etc. I won’t compare kinds of teepads because each course chooses theirs for specific reasons. At Sabattus Disc Golf we have concrete teepads because they’re uniform, provide great grip, and they’re durable. You might be used to other ones, they all have pros and cons.
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