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2012 Vibram Open Summary: Name Dropping Edition

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This past weekend was the 2012 Vibram Open at Maple Hill in Leicester, MA. I played the AM tournament nearby at Hylands and Maple Hill, but had the chance to stay at Charlton Woods Camp Ground (a disc golf mecca … Continue reading

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Rooting for the Unconventional at the 2012 Vibram Open

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The pro’s have started to descend upon Maple Hill in Leicester, MA and our Facebook feeds and Twitter feeds have started to see pictures and flight updates of all the top touring players as they travel out east. They’re the … Continue reading

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The 2012 Vibram Open is Upon Us… this weekend.

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With only 6 National Tour disc golf events in a season, I’m lucky enough to live in a state that hosts one of them. It isn’t just “an” event, it’s “the” event which concludes the tour itself. Looking back, the … Continue reading

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Next Up from the NSDG Tour: Nikko Locastro

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Missouri native Nikko Locastro took down the A-Tier St. Louis Open this weekend. While Nikko’s talent wasn’t in doubt, there was a slight question mark in the “health” category. Just two weeks ago he was unable to finish the SOKY … Continue reading

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“Disc Golf Tournament Divisions” By: Colin Controversy

***(Disclaimer- written from a male perspective)*** When you sign up for a tournament to play disc golf, the first thing you have to decide is which division to play in. As a beginner, the choice is pretty easy: AM2 or … Continue reading

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“Tournament Intensity- 2011 Vibram Open” By: Jaxon Sheehy

Every tournament, no matter the venue, will have a high measure of competition between players. As with every sport, the closer you get to the ending, the desire to win causes everyone to ratchet up their intensity. This weekend in … Continue reading

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Can Anthon Take the Vibram Open? By: Discy Magee

As summer winds down, most mortal humans lament the season’s passing. There is a noticeable lack of sunlight in the evenings, and as a disc golfer you start to feel panic. Yet this year the first weekend in September brings … Continue reading