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By Josh Woods, PhD ~ Recent steps by the PDGA have put a hold on competitive, sanctioned disc golf at all levels in response to the human coronavirus outbreak. Yet, most rounds are played during non-sanctioned events, practice rounds or casual outings. With the closing of many aspects of life over the last weeks, thousands … Continue reading Can Disc Golf Baskets Spread the Coronavirus?
By Josh Woods and Bill Newman ~ Politics and disc golf simply do not mix. Like gum and sweaters. Orange juice and toothpaste. McBeth and bogies. Some things just do not go together. But is that really the case when it comes to the environment? When faced with matters of extreme environmental importance, should disc … Continue reading 15 Disc Golf Professionals Make Bold Statements on the Environment
By Josh Woods, PhD, Bill Newman and Vic Allen ~ Environmentalists can be found in all major sports, but they seem especially common in outdoor activities that depend on a clean, sustainable environment. For instance, as global warming has turned mountain snow to slush, snowboarding legends like Gretchen Bleiler and daredevil ice climbers like Will … Continue reading Do Disc Golfers Lean Left on Environmental Issues?
By Josh Woods ~ Sometime soon you may find yourself on the verge of watching the newly released disc golf movie Hard Plastic, starring Andy Dick, Meg Dick and written and directed by Lucas Astrom. But before you spend the $2.99 and click the watch now button on Amazon, I suggest making the following mental … Continue reading Five Reasons to Love the Disc Golf Movie “Hard Plastic”