While it’s true that many young players enjoy the course, it’s open to everyone and it seems that not enough folks are taking advantage of it. So let me explain why you should be playing the Owl as often as the other courses.
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.
A common question I get from players in the Pro Shop is how do I start throwing forehand, or get better at it? We all want this kind of beautiful forehand shot like Nate Sexton throws. So how do you start? I’ve made a list of steps and tips that I think will be helpful for players who are starting to learn the forehand shot.
One of the biggest joys in disc golf (for me) isn’t hitting a big putt or shooting a tight gap with my forehand; it’s sharing disc golf with those who don’t play. Today I’d like to talk about some tips for bringing your first time disc golf friends out on to the course.
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Right now the only way we can get our disc golf fix in is to practice. If you don’t want to shoot 5 over your average when we’re finally allowed back out, it’s time to do some serious practice. If you’ve practiced disc golf before you’ll notice that it can be incredibly taxing on the body. You read that correctly, practice is hard work, but here are some tips to get the most out of it.
We get many suggestions over the course of a year and we evaluated them. Some are silly, some are fantastic ideas. So here’s a list of the top 8 improvements we’re going to be implementing in the coming year. Just as soon as April Fool's Day is done.
Some words of wisdom for playing in the wind. How to recognize what you’re facing, what your disc is going to do, and how to compensate for both in shot and disc selection. I hope these tips save you a couple of strokes the next time you’re playing on a windy day.