Whoot! Whoot! Ee-oo-ee-ooo!
Ribbon your discs!
Big Saturday coming up!
My toboggan is ready!!
SO excited for this Saturday! The P90X of disc golf!
The Ottawa disc golf community gets to play everywhere in the winter! We rock!
I drive by the Science and Tech museum and always think about how we played there one Saturday, and then the next weekend the fences went up. It’s like they read the forum. (They = the people who are in charge)
We played the front lawn of the Science and Tech museum. We had a basket on the lighthouse. We played two holes beside a train. Threw around a NORAD satellite dish.
Avoid ribbon disappointment and start the process today.
Step 1 – Bring your discs indoors. Give them time to warm up to room temperature. Tape sticks better and maintains it’s stickiness than with adhering to a cold plastic.
Step 2 – Ribbon’em. Get your choice of tape and ribbon and stick the ribbon to your disc. There’s a variety of ways and type of tape to use that players claim is the best. They’re all wrong.
Step 3 – Put your discs outdoors. Once they’re ribboned put them back in the garage. Give the plastic time to get cold again. Warm discs allow the snow to adhere to them. It’s going to be sticky snow.
Or ribbon them when you get to the course (If Donald is coming, he always has supplies for the forgetful) cause there’s going to be a lot of area to look for discs on Saturday.
Excited about the first snowshoed DG round of the season