Don’t be alarmed by the different look of the website. It’s for good reason, I assure you.
This week is a special week — and one that we as disc golfers need to embrace and help push.
There aren’t enough females playing disc golf.
And that’s a shame.
This sport is extremely fun and it works so well that people of any age, gender, race or anything else can play it. And with the proper work, anyone can become quite good.
Some of the finest disc golfers I’ve ever seen are female.
At the Vibram Open last year, I had the chance to watch some of the very best professional women — Val Jenkins, Sarah Hokom, Paige Pierce, Catrina Allen and Sarah Stanhope. The list can go on and on.
A few years ago — based on my stellar scores during the first round of a tournament — I was paired up with four women in the second round.
To say they thoroughly whipped me would be an understatement.
But what a difference. They were competitive, yet kept things loose, offered some advice and were extremely nice to be paired with, despite me not being so good.