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There was an obvious cut/edit to the tee so you never know how many takes it took, but who cares... sweet shot.
After a couple more watches- maybe they have learned that people look at shadows so they took turns trying it and as soon as one of them hit it the other two threw so the shadows would be similar.



They might have even started on that hole then played the round.
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After a couple more watches- maybe they have learned that people look at shadows so they took turns trying it and as soon as one of them hit it the other two threw so the shadows would be similar.



They might have even started on that hole then played the round.
I think the truth is that you're in on the conspiracy and you're just saying this to help keep it all on the down low!
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Simon is fun to watch.....I was a spotter at the 2020 Memorial in Scottsdale, AZ and he almost hit me. The disc passed just over my head, hit a branch, and went into the water.

Nice guy and I enjoy watching his videos....but I wonder if he places where he does because he always seems to be trying things other players don't (the Simon Lines) and they don't always work out for him.

Two big things I've learned from him.
1. Have fun and enjoy what you are doing
2. Don't always follow the crowd, sometimes there is a better way. (example: 2017 Jonesboro Open, hole 11 - instead of throwing straight ahead down the intended fairway, he threw sideways - right to left - off the tee pad and used the adjacent fairway).

So I have fun even when I play poorly and I always look for options - is there another way instead of the obvious?
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There was a recent video where Casey was invited to join Discmania. In that video did I hear correctly that Avery Jenkins has named his son Aryan?
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Incedible shot.
First take? We may never know.

I get the need to chill and have a fun round with your friends after a long, tourney paced day, but...

I don't appreciate the lack of social distancing, and all of them fondling the same box of discs as if Covid was nothing to be concerned about.

PDGA puts out guidelines and the tourney staff takes all sorts of steps to allow events to be held responsibly.... and some of the highest profile MPO players don't seem to get the message (Paul and Brodie included). Its not a good look.
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There was a recent video where Casey was invited to join Discmania. In that video did I hear correctly that Avery Jenkins has named his son Aryan?
I heard that as well. Maybe Simon mispronounced it? Strange name to say the least.
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Incedible shot.
First take? We may never know.

I get the need to chill and have a fun round with your friends after a long, tourney paced day, but...

I don't appreciate the lack of social distancing, and all of them fondling the same box of discs as if Covid was nothing to be concerned about.

PDGA puts out guidelines and the tourney staff takes all sorts of steps to allow events to be held responsibly.... and some of the highest profile MPO players don't seem to get the message (Paul and Brodie included). Its not a good look.
It's unbelievable the number of times on almost ALL of the DG footage of people

disregarding social distancing/hygiene. Not great role models in terms of Covid safety.

The number of cases is sky-rocketing again. Very sad.
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Anyone know what golf trolley Colten and Kona were using in the most recent vlog?
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