I call myself a ham ‘n eggs kind of golfer. I’m not flashy, nothing really special but I get the job done. Par golf is something we all strive for when we’re first stating out, birdies are the cherry on top. As we progress we find that there are holes we regularly birdie and so we come to expect it, and thus expect birdies on holes with similar layouts. We think, I can birdie 15 of the 18 holes on a course so I should be shooting at least -10 right? Well, it rarely works out like that. Especially in a tournament.
Catch me if you can – I’ll be at the following events:
March 3 – Lucky Shot at PoorHouse, Martinsburg WV.
March 17 – Heritage Hills Grand Opening, York PA
March 18 – Battle at the Hills, Lebanon PA
March 24 – Coyote Dubs, Carlisle PA
April 8 – Road 2 Am Worlds: One step closer, Akron PA
April 14 – Ditto Duo – I81 DGS #2, Hagerstown MD
April 20-22 – Bowling Green Amateur Championships, Bowling Green KY
April 28 – Coyote Howler, Carlisle, PA
May 5 – Crosstown Shootout – Lancaster, PA
May 12 – Martinsburg May Flower – Martinsburg, WV
May 19-20 – Couple Days in May – Spotsylvania, VA
July 21-28 – 2018 PDGA Am Worlds, Charlotte, NC
My disc golf season always starts out with a trio of Ice Bowl tournaments. The Ice Bowl is a charity event benefiting area food banks. It’s a good way to raise a little money for something with immediate need and it has an immediate impact. If you’re interested in running an Ice Bowl at your local club follow the link above.