When disc golf goes well, it’s a beautiful thing. Easy drives dropping close to the basket. Long putts that end with the sweet clanging of the chains and a disc nestling in the tray.
But like life, disc golf can be ever so painful for these plucky players. And it seems to be at its worse when it comes to putting.
What might seem to be simple—tossing a plastic disc into a metal basket—can too often be complicated by water or trees.
Sometimes it seems like wood attracts plastic!
It makes the disc golfers appreciative of those unencumbered putts. They might not always be easy, but at least you don’t have to contort your body to see your target.
The drop-ins are awfully nice, too!