This blog is inspired by a lesson I just gave, but also by seeing hundreds of players stop short on their follow through over the years. I watch a lot of players tee off on Hole 1 of our courses while I’m in the Pro Shop, and I think following through on your drives can get players more distance and accuracy.
This blog is going to discuss reasons for hitting these specific areas, how to find them, and I’ll examine one of the trickier ones we have at SDG. Hopefully by the end of this, you can start seeing these ideal areas to land on the courses you play. Finding a landing zone that you can aim for will improve your confidence and your scores.
Bag stagnation can be a problem for anyone. To me, this occurs when you’re throwing the same shots with the same discs and not getting better. This happens to players regardless of skill level or years played and here is what I think you can do about i
We get a lot of newer disc golfers at Sabattus Disc Golf and one aspect of their bag that’s often overlooked when they’re choosing discs is that putting and approach are 2 very different parts of the game. But they’ve been clumped into the same disc category by disc golf companies.
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