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Old 01-27-2013, 01:36 PM
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well if you're going by the schools level of play from its team here's the rankings.


1 COLORADO STATE
2 SOUTH ALABAMA
3 PURDUE
4 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY-MONTEREY BAY
5 CLEMSON
6 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE
7 SOUTH CAROLINA
8 WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT
9 NORTH CAROLINA STATE
10 TEXAS STATE
11 GEORGIA
12 TENNESSEE TECH
13 MISSISSIPPI STATE
14 IOWA STATE
15 MURRAY STATE
16 GEORGIA TECH
17 OREGON
18 APPALACHIAN STATE
19 AUGUSTA STATE
20 ARKANSAS
21 KANSAS
22 HUMBOLDT STATE
23 EAST TENNESSEE STATE
24 INDIAN HILLS CC
25 ALABAMA
I wonder about their disability programs and accomodations for deaf disc golfers =]
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:36 PM
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Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona has a course on the property, Thorpe within walking distance, McPherson(5mins away), Snow Bowl, and..?
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:37 PM
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Winthrop for sure. We're starting a club team this year and have a nationally known course on campus with a shorter course option as well as 2 more within walking distance. Also there are several Charlotte courses (Elon, Renny, and others that have hosted national events) half an hour away.
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:42 PM
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We will have plenty of spots on the UGA team next year. All the grad students have used up their 6 years of eligibility (we're actually the reason that rule was made up lol) and I'll basically be the only returning player
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:45 PM
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Miss State has a good team and good courses nearby.

Doesn't Liberty University have a good team? I know they have a course on campus.
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:56 PM
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Based on my observations from Nationals last year, you could probably learn the most and improve your game most by going to Oregon or Alabama Huntsville if you are interested in the competitive scene. Both their "coaches" are extremely strong players and know how to teach the game.

A couple guys from Huntsville were throwing 450 ft + after 9 months of playing, and their big gun has like 600 ft golf distance.

I have heard that Feldberg works with the Oregon team quite often because he is a professor at Oregon. I am not saying you will be a 1000 rated pro just by going to one of those schools, but its probably the best bet to maximize your potential in a short amount of time.
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Old 01-27-2013, 02:11 PM
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I know I'm being a homer but NC State is the place to be. Top 10 team, 8 courses with a 3 disc rating or higher within 25 miles, a Houck championship level course almost complete, there's like 5 more courses in the works as of now, great private courses in the area, it's in NC which is well known for it's disc golf, Charlotte is 3 hours away when you want to make a trip, and wolfpack red is the best damn color to wear.
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Old 01-27-2013, 02:16 PM
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It doesn't appear Feldberg is involved with the Oregon team or even living there any more.
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Old 01-27-2013, 03:21 PM
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well if you're going by the schools level of play from its team here's the rankings.


1 COLORADO STATE
2 SOUTH ALABAMA
3 PURDUE
4 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY-MONTEREY BAY
5 CLEMSON
6 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE
7 SOUTH CAROLINA
8 WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT
9 NORTH CAROLINA STATE
10 TEXAS STATE
11 GEORGIA
12 TENNESSEE TECH
13 MISSISSIPPI STATE
14 IOWA STATE
15 MURRAY STATE
16 GEORGIA TECH
17 OREGON
18 APPALACHIAN STATE
19 AUGUSTA STATE
20 ARKANSAS
21 KANSAS
22 HUMBOLDT STATE
23 EAST TENNESSEE STATE
24 INDIAN HILLS CC
25 ALABAMA
Two of the five colleges I applied to this year are in the top 25.
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Old 01-27-2013, 03:26 PM
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Two of the five colleges I applied to this year are in the top 25.
You applied to Indian Hills Community College?
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