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Three Reasons Brodie Smith Could Be A Game Changer for Disc Golf

By Josh Woods ~ If you go back to late November 2019 on Brodie Smith’s Twitter feed and scan the posts until December 27, this is what you’ll find: Pro football Pro football Pro football Pro football Pro football More pro football Ball golf Naked dude on roller skates College football John C. Reilly Flaming … Continue reading Three Reasons Brodie Smith Could Be A Game Changer for Disc Golf

Should Disc Golf Warm Up To Cannabis?

By Ben Owens ~ As the popularity of disc golf grows, the sport’s relationship with cannabis is also evolving. Historically, disc golfers were stereotyped as “pot heads,” a negative image that groups such as the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) have worked to overcome by legitimizing the sport. More recently, disc golf has developed to … Continue reading Should Disc Golf Warm Up To Cannabis?

Good Dirt: How Soil Compaction Could Affect the Future of Disc Golf

By Josh Woods ~ Try this: Search google for “environmental impact.” In the results, you’ll quickly see that almost everything humans do affects the environment, and that many of these impacts have been carefully studied by scientists. Research on disc golf’s influence on the environment is still developing, but there are at least two studies, … Continue reading Good Dirt: How Soil Compaction Could Affect the Future of Disc Golf

Risk of Brain Injury from Disc Strikes Is “Negligible,” New Research Finds

By Josh Woods, PhD ~ Life is inherently risky. And if you play sports, injury risk lurks around every corner. Even athletes of esports, who compete while sitting down, face significant health problems. Though seen by some as a whimsical game, disc golf can be a menace to the flesh. Having dealt with several problems … Continue reading Risk of Brain Injury from Disc Strikes Is “Negligible,” New Research Finds

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