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How to anger-proof a tournament in trying times. Josh Woods ~ Cell phone activation fees. Baggage fees. Hotel internet fees. Cancellation fees. No one likes fees. People especially dislike hidden fees, additional fees and any charge that seems shady or unreasonable. Still, fees are everywhere. Including in disc golf. As one example, players without PDGA … Continue reading Tournament Fees: What Makes Dollars and Sense?
Should disc golf embrace the weed industry? Josh Woods ~ In four days, cannabis will finally arrive in disc golf land. Wait … what? Okay, weed has been here from the beginning, but in less than a week, the 2019 San Francisco Open (SFO) will become the first premier disc golf tournament that has a … Continue reading Flying Discs in the Age of Legal Cannabis
By Kaycee Glattke ~ Working out in the gym and playing sports are two great ways to stay active and in shape. Yet, both have drawbacks. While hitting the gym is an excellent way to gain strength and maintain a healthy lifestyle, it lacks in other areas such as social inclusion and cooperation. And while … Continue reading Flying Blind: How Disc Golf Can Be Played by People with Visual Impairments
Josh Woods ~ I am terrible at cocktail parties. I rarely say the right thing when meeting new people. But don’t get me wrong. I’m not someone who looks down on small talk. I can chat about sports, the weather and Caribbean vacations all day long. The problem is, when encountering strangers, the topics of … Continue reading The Sociology of Disc Golf? Yep, that’s a Thing