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Disc Golf Doubles & the DNR Woo Hoo!

Posted by johnmarr on April 29, 2008

It looks like our little group is about to get some attention from the local media.  A reporter from the DNR contacted us this week to see if it would be alright to do a story about us.  She will be conducting interviews at this Wednesday’s ( 4/30/08 ) Doubles Match.  If anyone wants to come out and talk to the press, or just wants a chance to get their picture in the paper please come out to the Wednesday match.  As always the match will kick off at about 5:30pm from tee number one.     

The weather looks pretty amazing tomorrow afternoon, so even if you don’t want to be in the paper it’s still gonna be a really good opportunity to get outside and sling some discs.   

Hope to see everyone out there!


6 Responses to “Disc Golf Doubles & the DNR Woo Hoo!”

  1. John Fontana said

    aw man.. I’m still resting my arm, so I can’t play..

  2. Tim said

    I was at work and couldn’t make the game but would love to hear any personal accounts. Am I right that the article will be in next thursdays DNR? I’m looking forward to seeing whose ugly mugs they choose for the photos.

  3. rnopporn said

    Golf is the fourth most popular sport in the world and everyone can play. The only thing that gets in the way of great golf is the mind.Real golfers know that golf is not just a sport, but it is a way of living

  4. john griffan said

    Wow is it just me or does it look like letting the disc go is a major emotionial issue for ryan (seperation anxiety perhaps)

  5. ryan z said

    Just to let you guys know, Nate has the 9 tag, Ben has the 20 tag and i have the 16 tag, its true i actually got away from work to throw a round. holler

  6. johnmarr said

    Ryan – Thanks for the update. Congrats on the upward mobility.

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