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Rick Petrie    June 3, 2012 at 10:59pm

I should point out that (at this point in time), none of the DFOK leagues, tournaments, etc. are PDGA sanctioned events.


Mark Kewley    June 3, 2012 at 2:37pm

Final 9 KC Wide Open live, right now:


Rick Petrie    June 2, 2012 at 11:35pm

Once upon a time, on a course named Riley Conference Center, some guys ran over a basket (with their tractor) while baling hay.

Have you guys taken an inventory of the baskets since they cut the hay? . ? . ? By the way, you won't be in the clear until they have baled & hauled off all the bales of hay.

Fun Times!


Robert Adams    June 2, 2012 at 11:21pm

They cut the grass for Daughtry...but not disc golf. What's this world coming to...


Ken Braeger    June 2, 2012 at 8:21pm

The grass at Riley Conference Center was cut today (prepped for bailing). I haven't been on the course to see if it's cut completely around yet, but I'm going to try and get tomorrow to check it out. I expect with the upcoming Daughtry concert, the grounds will get a manicure. Since the grass was done with a combine (or such), I expect the tee boxes are no longer unmarked, but I'm excited none the less to get a few more rounds in before the baskets are moved to Moon Lake..


Adam Johnson    June 2, 2012 at 4:32pm

My destroyer champion blizzard is very stable and i rarely turn it over. Ive never really used in windy conditions but that's mostly because I try to play safe in heavy wind. The blizz champion wears much fasterfor me. If u are used to throwing 170 g discs then I would suggest not going below 150 g. Good luck Jon


Kevin Zane    June 2, 2012 at 10:21am

If you aren't satisfied with your distance already, then I would discourage grabbing a blizzard (if that is the only reason you want to try one).. They are fun to throw, and will likely go farther but I would say that anyone could benefit much more from a little field work with some slower, less forgiving discs. Learning to generate better weight transfer, clean release, good timing and mechanics will push your limits much further. With the right practice, you'll find yourself throwing ... more


Robert Adams    June 2, 2012 at 6:54am

Alright, let me write a blizzard review while sober this time, and without sounding like a toolbag... Blizzard plastic is great if it's a wide open shot, or if you put so much hyzer on it that you know it's definitely not going to flip on you, which is what I tend to do with my blizzard ape. But even with the Ape, which is supposed to be the most stable blizzard disc on the market, it'll flip on me even with a >45 degree hyzer release. They're temperamental, and the wind a ... more


Robert Adams    June 2, 2012 at 12:46am

I'd say the blizzard ape has the same stability as a normal destroyer...or even a wraith. I've flipped mine a few times without it coming back. I've tossed mine about 550-600 a few times on some monster drives, but if you're looking for consistency, look elsewhere.


Rick Petrie    June 2, 2012 at 12:00am


Also keep in mind that the blizzard discs that weigh more than 140g, do not float.


Dimond Cutter    June 1, 2012 at 10:34pm

Threw a 150 Blizzard wraith and was very surprised how far it went with little effort. Im thinking of getting one but perhaps something more overstable.


Adam Johnson    June 1, 2012 at 9:55pm

I like my blizzaed destroyer 153 g. I think they are worth trying.


Mark Kewley    June 1, 2012 at 9:27pm

It is not all hype,
In the right conditions they work well. You have to remember what you are throwing and not try to kill it. I have a couple that I keep in the bag. I'll let you throw them.


Jon Tveite    June 1, 2012 at 4:40pm

Personal/Equipment question for DFOK folks: a lot of you seem to have these newish, very lightweight Blizzard discs -- what do you think of them? I haven't thrown one yet, but I'm finally getting curious. I know they were kind of a novelty for a while, but now that you've played with them, do you think they are a good addition to your bag? Any thoughts on which one? I would probably want to go with something pretty stable, like a Destroyer or Wraith. I have a tendency to flip lighter discs. I know you have to throw them differently, but I haven't gotten the hang of it yet.


Rick Petrie    May 31, 2012 at 11:03pm

Hole #1 & hole #2 were pretty much designed together...

Hole #1 was kind of designed from the basket up. We knew where tee pad #2 needed to be, then we saw a good place for basket #1 & looked & looked & looked for a good tunnel to go up the hill.

Initially tee pad #1 was supposed to be much closer to the opening in the trees. However we kept pushing it back to get out of the path of the Parks & Rec. pick-ups & lawn mowing equipment.


Jon Tveite    May 31, 2012 at 2:29pm

I don't see how you look at those tangles of trees and see a golf course. Many thanks to our DFOK visionaries!


Mark Kewley    May 30, 2012 at 9:46pm

An historic picture of Warner Park fairway 1 before it was a disc golf course: http://www.discgolfscene.com/profile/10252/pictures/album_8737/153767#153767
Here is one of #2:


Rick Petrie    May 28, 2012 at 10:16am

Happy Memorial Day to all. If you're playing today, grab a few that are Red White & Blue and let them fly!


Jon Tveite    May 27, 2012 at 2:13pm

Good, sounds like a plan.


Mark Kewley    May 27, 2012 at 9:15am

Jon & Austin, I'm in for Monday.