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Black & White   February 13, 2012 at 4:15pm

And the good times keep rolling in Ypsilanti

The Black & White disc golf club was out in full force on Sunday at Rolling Hills County Park. With seven players, we went out for some gang golf and enjoyed the course from longs as well as shorts. The course was great even with the recent snowfall, the snow impeded tee shots in the doubles round but it definitely won't scare us off. You may remember in the past when the club played in tornado weather, we are diehards.

During the doubles round the teams consisted of Dirk & Randy, Jimmy & Tim, and the JvG brothers. The brothers came out on top with their first run as partners with Dirk and Randy cleaning up the last 6 skins.

During the singles round on the shorts the club was starting to light up the tee-pads throwing some amazing shots. Kyle, Kris and Dirk all had some great ace runs while Tim and Randy sank some great putts to keep the skins pushed in a couple instances. The most notable shot had to be the 100 ft anhyzer putt out of the woods for deuce by Randy Gallagher. That shot broke a lot of hearts and pushed the skins to the next hole. Jimmy had some beautiful par saves and newcomer PJ had some great drives and is quickly improving!

As a club, we would like to say thanks to Foz Miller for welcoming us to the course and being accommodating during the Ypsi doubles league day. It was nice to meet you and thanks for sharing the course, we know others that wouldn't be so kind.

Coming up next is Hammond Hills in Hastings, MI. We hope to see you all there again. Rolling Hills was a great time like always with everyone that showed up. Black & White still abides by its motto and Rolling hills was no different, good friends = good golf.

If you haven't already seen it, a new black and white video is out (look under the bag tag page). Also footage was taken of the club at Ypsi and the next video is in the works. There is a lot going on with the black and white club so keep your eyes open!