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    Join Date: Sep 2008
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    Disc golf

    Anybody play this sport? I've been getting into disc golf quite a bit in the last couple years. It is so much fun and such a relaxing, chill sport. There are some beautiful courses here in Maine as well.

    I bought some discs too. A distance driver (Innova "Destroyer"), A mid-range driver (Buzzz Dragon DGGC) and a putter (also Buzzz). I've been buying more too and i'm getting fairly good at it. It's just so much fun.

    Some of the courses I play~

    Campbell Highlands Hours- Maine Disc Golf - Frisbee Disc Golfing in Auburn

    MaineDiscGolf.com - Dragan Field


    It's fairly cheap too. You can bring booze, food and other stuff with you on the courses too, really fun time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn View Post
    You can bring booze, food and other stuff with you on the courses too, really fun time.
    The crack down on these is one of the reasons I lost my interest in regular golf. Disc golf sounds like fun. I'd heard of it. I wasn't aware there were dedicated courses though.
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    I always played impromptu disc golf in college. Had to stop that, Ultimate, and fencing though because all the use was fucking up my wrist
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    me and my buds do this all the time. we dont even need a course. just go to a public park and aim for something, then when you guys get there, just aim and something else, then repeat 8 to 17 more times
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