disc golf addiction

Posted: August 15, 2007 in lifestyle, sports

I’m addicted to disc golf … again. Took up the “sport” in 1999 as a complete novice, loved it, and played it ALL the time. Was pretty good, I guess. Got burned out, life changed, yada yada.

Went out again this past Sunday for the first time in years, and was embarrassed by some friends from church. They were good. I stunk it up. But it rekindled the flame. Bought 3 new discs on Monday, played Tuesday during lunch, played today during lunch. Already my old skills are coming back to me. It’s awesome! Maybe Erin (my lovely wife) will let me play after work…and then maybe again this weekend. If I’m lucky, maybe she’ll start using it as a way to shoo me away if she’s mad at me for some reason…”I’m mad at you right now. Why don’t you just go play disc golf or something!” On second thought, that may not be good logic.

Interested in playing? Check out this database of courses. I’m sure it’s not 100% complete, but it lists over 2400 courses, so maybe there’s one near you! In a way, it’s kind of like tennis….all you’ll need to do is invest about $30.00 in 3-4 discs, and go play as much as you want. It’s great. (yeah, right) Seriously, go find some discs. You’ll thank me. (you do realize all it is..) Yes, I know it consists of throwing weird, hard plastic discs at chain linked baskets. If you haven’t tried it, you just don’t understand. (yeah, just like I don’t understand soccer or hockey or Big Brother 8 on CBS) Fine. I get your point.

  1. greg says:

    that picture reminds me of the easter egg man.

  2. Jason says:

    haha! great memory, man. that was probably 8 years ago.

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