Nah man, it's nothing like that. It is just too fast for me; I can't keep up with so much internetz.
Basically, I know I really can't put forward the real effort needed to be a "Kugger 4 Lyfe", and I just water it down, big time.
And, I am definitely not supposed to be surfing DGCR while at work, and it is too big a temptation to spend 50% of my time sneaking around while on the clock. So I don't want to be some dude that posts once or twice a day and has no idea what is going on.
It's out of love for it... you should have kicked me out a long time ago, you were too kind!
You should have a confirmation from me, so shouldn't be any issues. But for the future, make sure you're logged into both parts of the site (general and forums), go to Members, Travel Tags, and at the top it should prompt you for which tag # you just acquired.
For sure. There were many spots where I thought, "if there was no snow, I'd be completely screwed". I have pretty much accepted that FB as gone; if I ever get it back I will be very happy. If I don't, well, it's not the first disc I've lost (or the 20th, maybe not even the 50th)...
All right, that's good to know. I've gotten there before, somehow... do you have to go through the travel tag forum at all? The only way I could figure it out was when Noill sent me the confirmation to swap ours. I know I would be able to eventually find it; if you have any tips they are most welcome.
Yeah, Snow @ Flip = Not the same. That course has some mad (but fair) rollaway spots!
I'm hoping for a massive burst of snow because I love playing in fresh snow...easy to find discs without all the footprints and whatnot. If it does snow as much as they're calling for, though, you can kiss that disc goodbye until it thaws.
When you do the travel tag exchange, I think you have to be signed in to both the forums and the regular site. Might save you a headache, I think it took me a bit to figure it out first time around.
Indeed... that is a pretty challenging course you've got there, I still maintain that it shouldn't count as a 'pitch-n-putt'. It's one step higher... not sure what you would call that. Pitch-pitch-putt? See, three p, oh?
That will probably be my one review I do on a snow-covered course. Between the flat terrain and the excellent tour guide, I got a good feel for it. Flip and Whitehall, no way. Might they have been easier in the snow because of no-rollaway potential??? I really think so...
I'll input the travel tag when I get home from jerk; I haven't done it before, so it might take a little while. But I'll do it.
We'll see what this "blizzard" does to the area this week; otherwise it's another glorious weekend of discing!!