<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by GODWOREHEE » Tue, 02 Jan 1996 04:00:00


My resolutions:
Reach the 300 ft mark in my throws.
Start a disc golf crusade: at least one new kid into the sport.
Trees for our new course.

Happy 1996!
Paul

 
 
 

<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by Lano » Wed, 03 Jan 1996 04:00:00

Establish at least 5 new courses (Tube Tone of course).

Get more involved in sponsoring tournaments.

Actually get out and play more.

Don't do another survey (we still have a few bound copies of the 1995 Disc
Golf Survey, only $10, email me if you're interested).
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Lanora
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<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by kim thees » Fri, 05 Jan 1996 04:00:00

: Establish at least 5 new courses (Tube Tone of course).

: Get more involved in sponsoring tournaments.

: Actually get out and play more.

Raise the PDGA masters age from 35 to 40.

 
 
 

<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by Thnk2W » Fri, 05 Jan 1996 04:00:00

my resolutions?
a consistent 350' drive
and more importantly better putting.
also maybe to introduce more people to are sport of the future!!!
 
 
 

<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by Rodn » Fri, 05 Jan 1996 04:00:00


Quote:
>Convince some other disc golfers that early morning is a good time to
>play. (it really is)

Early morning and late evening.  Why?  No wind.  If it weren't for
dew (a Midwest peril?), I'd play every morning.

rodney

 
 
 

<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by Dav » Fri, 05 Jan 1996 04:00:00

Play at least once a week.  Twice or more when he weather's nice.
Putt more consistently from 30' out.
Add 25' to my drive
Convince some other disc golfers that early morning is a good time to
play. (it really is)

Introduce 2 new players to the sport.

 
 
 

<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by BPowell9 » Fri, 05 Jan 1996 04:00:00

Play more.

Get a course in Weatherford, TX.

Go to tournaments I've never been to before.

Throw farther!

Happy 1996!

Becky Powell

 
 
 

<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by Daniels » Sun, 07 Jan 1996 04:00:00

1.     Drop at least one park-living wino with a screaming viper to the
temple from 200 yards away.

2.     Humiliate at least 10***y ultimate players who try golf without
any of those flying cinder blocks disc golfers use.

3.     Curse out at least 15 people who try to throw your drive back to
you using heretofore unheard combinations of words covering anatomy,
personal hygiene and ancestry (*** proclivities abuse is optional, but
cliche).

4.     Coax Kristi Vanden Bosch into at least one more "golfers are better
than ultimate players" or "split kid/norelco" post.

5.     Figure out before reading which DG posts will be tedious ten page
treatises on exactly which disc suits which weather conditions, or whether
a seagull flying by from out of bounds to in bounds taking an out of
bounds dump on your disc costs you one or two strokes in penalties.

6.     Figure out how to make a pole hole break TO the disc.

7.     Go at least one year without hearing "boy if you put razors on one
of those things" from bystanders.

8.     Finalize the rules for "Combat Golf", where you get to mark the
thrower, and the first one to pick up any shot gets to use it (might be an
advantage in that game to be in shape).

9.     Not spend a half hour firing discs at a tree holding my favorite
disc hostage.

10.    Find a game that does not require putting (see #6 and 8 above) or
declaring yourself national champion (ie, hot box).

Mike Daniels

 
 
 

<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by Gary Duk » Tue, 09 Jan 1996 04:00:00

Putt, putt, putt - 'til 30 feet is a gimme and 50 is a good bet.

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<DG> New Year's resolutions-every one post 'em!

Post by Anonymou » Wed, 10 Jan 1996 04:00:00

Wanted to thank Tom Loveall and the Lumskulls for keeping
the teepads clear during the previous snowstorms, and
keeping the course "up to par" in general.

Also a big thanks to whomever decorated the small
Christmas tree on hole 11 (Chaz Banning maybe ?).
It looked great.

Hope I spelled your guys names right !

Tony