Pagan wrote:I dont look at it as a "Is it worth it for me to join?" question so much as a "Should I join and contribute to the PDGA?". My wife and I both joined more to help the PDGA than for the tourny savings. My own opinion: if you can afford the dues it's a good thing supporting the association that helps organize and facilitate our sport.
Amateur wrote: I'll bet they had a part in the sanding too.
I never said anything about disc on ESPN. That would be great though. I would watch and so would you.
I never keep score unless I'm playing by myself.
krusen wrote:I think what Am is getting to is that you can still do all those good things while being a PDGA member. It’s a shame that the tourney players in your area didn’t help out with the course maintenance. It’s the opposite here. Rec players are referred to as “wreck” players….mostly high school punks who perform illegal activities, litter, tip over trash cans, and tear down small trees…in general make things harder for the rest of us to get a new course in the ground or keep the ones we have. I wish there were a lot more people like you around.
sleepy wrote:I sleepy, do hereby commit to use the Comet as my main midrange disc for a period of no less than one (1) year; commencing 11/24/09 and ending (if I so choose) on 11/24/10.
krusen wrote: The PDGA is not perfect, but it’s the front line exposing DG to the world.
coogs wrote:Just out of curiousity, and I mean no ill will with this question, what does the PDGA do to expose our sport to the world? ....I've got more to say, but I don't want to be too hard on them; our sport needs a governing body for forward movement. I just hope that's a priority for them.
krusen wrote:Whoa Tex. Don’t give the guy too hard of a time.
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