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Old 03-29-2013, 01:13 PM
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Yup - just about the same experience for me and my son. Started playing with friends and then joined the local club and started playing dubs. About a month later, started playing tournaments. The intensity level with the local pros can take some of the fun out of round but that is the level that they want to compete at. Ask questions, follow the advice or at least try it and see if each tip works for you and your game. We've learned a TON from the better players and have improved rapidly. Stick with it man, do lots of field work, and try every shot and technique that you can. The internet is a huge help also with the advice on this site and clinics that the pros hold. Also just watch more disc golf at the higher levels. Disc Golf Monthly, The Clash videos, Disc Golf Planet TV etc. Good luck man!
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