Statistics and Bell Curves

The more tournaments I play, the more the nature of my game starts to show in the stat sheet. I’m glad actually because as I’ve progressed I’ve had some great rounds – personal best rounds in tournaments. I’ve also had some of the worst rounds I’ve ever thrown in tournaments – and it’s actually easier to just forget about them because I know where I sit on a bell curve. Some highs, some lows and a bunch of average rounds in between. Continue reading

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A Day to Remember

I had a month off to regroup from the drubbing I took at Iron Hill/South Hills. Things in my own life kept me from over-practicing this time, my Mom passed away the week before my next scheduled event. She was my biggest supporter and if I remember correctly gave me the money to register for the Boulder Bash. She loved to see me out competing and having fun so when event day came I went with a heavy heart but I was looking forward to a day outside with some friends.  Continue reading

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Season Openers

The Ice bowls are behind us and the weather turned really nice, really fast. Just in time for my first two tournaments of the year! I was pretty excited for the warm days and sunshine…maybe a little too excited. I practiced putting, I practiced over-hand shots, I practiced my local courses a bunch. Preparation is key, however the one thing I neglected was rest.  Continue reading

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