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A Disc Golf Amateur’s “In the Bag”

A lot of disc golf professionals will post blogs or videos talking about the discs and other items that they bring along with them on their rounds. Since my disc golf season is about to begin, I thought it would be a fun idea to make my own in the bag and share it with you all!

I wanted to share this with you all for two reasons. First, you will probably be seeing more disc golf content from me as seasons shift from winter to spring, and this will hopefully give a little bit more context to what you are seeing. Also, I thought that some of you might get some value out of seeing an amateur’s disc selections rather than a more commonly found professional’s opinion. My guess is, the vast majority of people reading my blog are likely to throw more similar to myself than to the likes of 4x World Champion, Paul McBeth!

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First Snowy Disc Golf Round

After a day of blustery geocaching and letterboxing, Sunday was spent disc golfing with some friends at Wrightsville Beach Disc Golf course. It was nice to spend the day outside in fairly mild temperatures compared to the bone chilling wind the day before.  I managed to keep my feet mostly dry, but pretty soon I’ll be needing more than regular hiking shoes to stay dry out there. I didn’t have my camera out much, but at the end of the day, I was able to catch part of the group taking some ace runs at hole number 11. Enjoy!