I learned mostly from watching others throw. Then I joined the local D.G. club & started going to a lot of doubles tourny's. These are easier for the beginner because you have a partner to share the load. It allows you to relax a little bit. You'll see a lot of other peoples styles in a short period of time. You will talk strategy with your doubles partner & learn the little ins & outs of the game. I learned proper etiquette i.e. How to mark my lie. Where I should stand when I was waiting on others in my group.
I learned when it was my turn to throw. Pretty much everything that I wanted to know that I could not get playing casual rounds.
From time to time you'll get paired up with a really good player. This is when you want to watch carefully & ask a few questions to learn how the game is supposed to be played!
gives it the elusive 5 star rating
. His thoughts on the bike/walking path that crosses the course:
I have hit a person before, but i did yell four. they looked at me like i was crazy until my disc plowed him in the head. if you are the guy i hit and you are reading this, sorry again. but you are an absolute idiot and deserved to get hit
Originally posted by Sloppydisc
: "go bake a pie"
How do you find your lost discs? Clempson13
: I just spray mine with cologne and go where the ladies flock