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  1. GriffinFit
    02-06-2010 07:41 PM
    I played Spring Valley today. Got 3 rounds in.
    Beautiful course. Nice pro shop, too.
    I played the Finesse 18. Shot +3.
  2. Mack420
    02-04-2010 08:32 PM
    Cool on the tie for 1st!! I'm down to play a round. We are not exactly around the corner from one another. I'm at least an hour from humble. I live on the west side of Houston. Hwy6 & bellaire area. I'm about 30 min from Agnes moffit. Ryan and I were talking about playing Mc Dade park in Conroe on the 21st. I have to talk to the wife first.
  3. Mack420
    02-04-2010 08:14 AM
    what up midnight? nice playing behind ya at the icebowl. i was the guy with beard that was playing with Ryan (underpar24). so what did u score? i played like crap. there was i guy in our group and it was his 2nd time playing period. they gave him a disc for having the lowest score....lol. i think he had a 92.
  4. BrotherDave
    01-17-2010 04:17 PM
    Hey good buddy, you're the hit of the separated at birth thread, thanks for the inspiration.
  5. Trampy1
    01-15-2010 05:03 PM
    Here is the link to the TX Meet-up thread

  6. toothyfish
    01-12-2010 09:07 AM
    Oh, that profile pic is priceless...
  7. prerube
    01-10-2010 12:13 AM
    I am talking about the disc I found I thought was yours.
  8. prerube
    01-09-2010 07:50 PM
    my phone is not letting me PM. the disc i have is a white roc. I traded WillACarpenter for it and I know he has traded with you.
  9. hippiediscdude
    01-05-2010 07:30 PM
    Thanks Man! Its a Kit-Cat!
  10. volklgirl
    01-02-2010 06:52 PM
    They are crap! If you're headed off-road at all, plan on spending at least $250-300, and ideally $500-1500 for a bike that will hold up and continue to function well in the long term. Go to a real bike shop and get fitted for the bike that best fits your body and your needs. A first tune up should be included and that's your opportunity to see how your bike works and what maintenance it'll need in the future. Also plan on good quality padded bike shorts, water bottle and cage, and a basic set pack, multi tool, air pump, and patch kit so you're semi self sufficient. I know it sounds like a ton of $ and a big hassle, but a quality bike will run well for way longer than the month you can expect from a WalMart/K-Mart bike. Truly.

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    Humble, TX
    Disc Golf, Motorcycles, Black Jack
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