-By Liz Carr #31068
Disc golf, just like traditional golf, incorporates many different disciplines. From the mental game, to the physical ability, naturally gifted talents and the art of managing them all together, when every single stroke counts.
Ask a Pro: Round 2 with Valarie Jenkins
Question from Lisa:
After playing for many years I seem to have found a rut. My game is ok but I would like more. Any ideas how you can keep things fresh and have a little growth? After playing for so long it's hard to see the little changes.
Ask a Pro - Round 1 with Sarah Stanhope
Question from Indigo Brude:
This year I have been practicing a lot and trying really hard to become more consistent. I've stopped going for distance on my drives, and have been focusing on placement (keeping it in-bounds, in the middle of the fairway, within decent up-shot distance to the basket).
Still though, it seems like at least once every round, I "blow up" on a hole. I throw a crazy drive, have a tough time recovering, miss the putt... and there goes all the work I've done throughout the whole round in that one catastrophic double or triple bogie. Is there anything I should be doing in practice to keep this from happening in tournaments? How do you play so consistently good?
by Valarie Jenkins
Tips to help save you strokes on the course without even practicing. Putting and driving can give you the advantage on the course, but these tips can give you the advantage over the field. If you can remember one or two of these tips, you can use them for your lifetime in the game.