black udder wrote:how do you warm up for DG getting up that early? I mean, I'm stiff for like 3 hours! ha.
I've gotten up early for one and just felt funky and out of sorts until lunch and the 2nd round began. I didn't play bad, but didn't play well either.
Of course, I just read where Barry Schulz said that playing DG and playing DG tournaments are two different things, so it might be a little of that as well.
black udder wrote:I've always wondered how folks deal with out of town tournaments. By out of town, I'm talking 90+ minutes away.
It seems that just about all of them start at 8-9am in the morning. I figure, 90 minute drive, get up at 6:30, eat breakfast, 6:00, few minutes for personal emergencies and whatnot, 5:30ish... That's awful early to be up, and how solid are you going to perform (if you're not a morning person). Me, being a might stiff in the early hours, I certainly don't play as well as I do later in the day when my body is warmed up fully.
I've heard about folks crashing at other DG'ers pads or getting a hotel.
What's the consensus?
domromer wrote:save yourself a lot of trouble. Don't compete, stay and home, play only one course, and become the jedi master of that course., Sounds good in theory
superq wrote:With few exceptions my best rounds on a course have been the first time I played it.... Something about playing a course blind keeps me interested in the course and the round.
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