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One of the challenges you may face as you begin to get more serious about disc golf is “building your bag” – deciding which discs…
Mar 7, 2022 by test_oburt in Opinion with 0 comments
Some of the most common compliments that reviewers give discs are “it holds any angle” or “it can hit any line.
Jun 7, 2021 by Orion Burt in Opinion with 0 comments
Advice for young team leaders who feel unsure about making strategic decisions for their teams.
Apr 19, 2016 by Guest Author in Opinion with 0 comments
Between the high-risk, high-reward of poaching and the low-risk, low-reward of shut-down man defense, baiting a D allows you to make the most of a defensive matchup you can win.
Apr 12, 2016 by Alex Rummelhart in Opinion with 9 comments
To defend against a superstar, you need to play smarter, not harder.
Apr 5, 2016 by Alex Rummelhart in Opinion with 4 comments
If your teammates are doing the hard work to deny downfield options, they will be understandably frustrated if you allow the handlers to continually reset the stall count cheaply.
Mar 29, 2016 by Kayla Emrick in Opinion with 6 comments
Don't predicate your game plan on observers, but make sure you understand how to get the most out of their presence.
Mar 22, 2016 by Alex Rummelhart in Opinion with 13 comments
Whether you agree with their presence or not, it is becoming increasingly important for ultimate players to understand how observers influence games and how to deal with that.
Mar 15, 2016 by Alex Rummelhart in Opinion with 6 comments
It's time to move beyond the simplistic mantra "Never get burned deep."
Mar 8, 2016 by Sean Myers in Opinion with 2 comments
You’ve learned just enough to know how much more there is to learn. Now what?
Mar 1, 2016 by Kayla Emrick in Opinion with 12 comments