Has it really been 17 months since my last disc golf ace? Apparently so. Thanks COVID! Anyhoo, using my trusty yellow Wahoo, I aced #13 at Research Park again tonight with Scott Johns as witness to this amazing display of disc throwing prowess. 🙂 No pic, sadly.
Here’s a real blast from the past. Perhaps Marc’s oldest existing school sports photo (bottom, 3rd from the left). Nice specs and red-and-black sweatbands!
Scored even from the blue tees ast Research Park again. I reckon the first time wasn’t a fluke after all. ???? Today I was helped by a 120 foot skip-in birdie on hole 10, which is a hard one.
Even from the long tees! It may be just a game, but I’m darn proud of this round. Only a handful of not-good throws and some good putts. Missed a couple too, so there’s potential to do even better. 🙂
First round from the blue tees in quite a while.
Long front 9 features several 600′ holes and some big water hazards that are fine for swimming, as it turns out. The back is heavily wooded, as advertised, enough to frustrate better players than me. Tired arm after this one.
Finally got another ace at Research Park today on number 15. Tucker is looking a bit wild-eyed here! We jogged the first 18 holes, alternating between rolling his disc for chasing and me playing. I came around in -5 today and Tuck ran himself into the ground, as only a …
When it rains it pours. 🙂 After 2+ years without an ace, I scored my 2nd one in a month today, hitting it on #3 at Oaks Park. I’d been close here a couple of times before, so it wasn’t a bolt of lightning. But I swear, I felt a …
First ace in over 2 years on #1 at Oaks Park! Nearly had this one a couple of times before and finally put it in the basket!
Moore Dynasty disc golf bragging rights go to Jake and Marc after the latter collapsed with 3 bogies in a row to finish.