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    Disc Golf Baskets

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    Driftsun Typhoon Disc Golf Basket This one is not an Innova target but it is one of the most popular on Amazon. It is a high quality basket you'll want to consider to buy to if you want to bring your practice to a new level. It's excellent for practice due to its DGA regulation size. If you want practice, make it a meaningful and a productive one. It's also portable, and makes it a good choice for semi-permanent practice. It is not really easily moveable due to its weight, but that secures it stands still on uneven grounds and that doesn't get affected by wind. Its chains are made of galvanized steel. It is a durable mid-budget basket. It is suitable for permanent installation but doesn't have to be. It's up to you. Amazon link: goo.gl/8HDxAw…

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    The most important memory of Disc Golf for myself is the first time I had experienced a round with my brother Dylan. Growing up as a child I had always admired Dylan and looked up to him as a role model. Any idea or activity that had popped into his would usually be pushed upon me for trial. He always seemed to introduce me to ravishing new music and movies but this time was different. The game was Disc Golf and when it was mentioned, my body language portrayed the excited emotions I was feeling…

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    Disc Golf Game Analysis

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    Disc golf has become increasingly popular leisure sport over the past twenty years. What started as a fad has quickly become a driving force in recreation sports. There is no denying that disc golf will continue to go in popularity among every age group. In addition, the sport has been gaining participants in large numbers. The Professional Disc Golf Association saw their active members of 20,587 in 2013 rise to 24,443 in 2014, an increase of 84% (Association). As more and more individuals of…

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    Last year, I went to my first disc golf tournament ever at White Clay State Park in Newark, Delaware. I frantically practiced for about three weeks before. I started to work on different throws that would help me on some of the harder holes. There are many different throwing techniques, but I throw fore hand, thumbers, and backhand. I learned a different stance and grip for each. At the tournament, I came upon a hole that I needed to use all three throwing styles in order to get a reasonable…

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    Frisbee Business Model

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    Group Description SOL Ultimate Frisbee is the group that I’m apart of. This year I joined Eau Claire’s Women Ultimate Frisbee team (SOL), they are a fun group to be included in. I joined SOL because I’ve played Ultimate Frisbee during high school; it was one of my favorite memories. Being a part of Ultimate Frisbee Everyone on the team has the shared identity; which is Ultimate Frisbee. The reason people join Ultimate Frisbee is to make friends and play a pretty awesome sport. The girls on the…

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    Some people say that they golf to relax. I however cannot understand that statement. Personally I would rather just throw my first three balls directly into the river and drop my fourth two hundred feet from the green. And I’d rather build castles in the sand trap rather than try to pitch a ball out of it. But somehow in the seventh grade I found myself on the junior high golf team. Although I didn’t know it when I wrote my name on the sign-up sheet, golf would teach me the most important lesson…

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    Equipment The “Rules of Golf” supply extensive detail on the specifications allowed when manufacturing a golf club. As with most of the rules these ones are geared towards tournament players. Recreational golfers should be allowed to use whichever clubs they wish to use. If a club that is illegal in a tournament will give an extra few yards to an average golfer it can dramatically increase the pace at which that golfer plays. Hitting the ball farther not only makes it quicker to get from tee to…

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    Muscle Back Research Paper

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    Daniel Ward Professor Meyers English 111 5 October 2015 Cavity-Back Versus Muscle-Back Could game improvement irons be preventing individuals from becoming a better ball striker? The game improvement concept that originated in the 1980s has offered a new style of golf club head called a cavity-back. The sole purpose of the cavity-back iron design is to combine forgiveness and playability for the average golfer and to lower one’s scores quickly. Traditionally, the muscle-back iron design…

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    If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. That is the stance that the Saddle Creek Golf Resort in Copperopolis is taking to embrace the drought. The ideal golf course has perfectly manicured grass that is as green as an Ireland hillside.But with water usage being highly monitored, and unnecessary outdoor watering being heavily scrutinized, Saddle Creek decided to roll with the punches and has decided that brown is beautiful. “I’ve been playing golf all my life and have been used to playing on very lush,…

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    through college or finding something you love out of highschool we strive to become better. We have envy and jealousy towards the higher class. We think to ourselves how lucky they are. The american dream is education and work. Yes, education and work is available but that doesn 't necessarily result in being rich. Dexter in Winter Dreams by F. Scott Fitzgerald, wasn’t necessarily poor. His dad owning the second best grocery store he did have some money. But it wasn’t the best grocery…

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