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    Oi coasties (Bon and pv4) - we have a charity fundraising DG day tomorrow at Koala Park, Colongra. Come down, have a gold coin donation snag sanger and play some DG for $5. All funds go to Steptember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    Oi coasties (pv4) - we have a charity fundraising DG day tomorrow at Koala Park, Colongra. Come down, have a gold coin donation snag sanger and play some DG for $5. All funds go to Steptember.
    Only just saw this then..
    I had to google where Colongra even is!!! Bloody Doylo..
    How did it go, mate?

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    Was good. Bunch of folk showed up, had maybe another 15 random locals playing during the day as well. Raised over $500 for charity.

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    Oi blokes and sheila's... Some Aussie disc golf for ya.

    Aus Champs 2018 from Canberra.

    https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=...bMu96cwJocoB6d

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    ran through weston park this morning. bit of disc golf going on. did not get hit by a disc.

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    Yeah, The Sizzler is on this weekend which is the ACT Open happening each Feb. Lower turnout this year with the Aus Champs there only a few months ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    Oi blokes and sheila's... Some Aussie disc golf for ya.

    Aus Champs 2018 from Canberra.

    https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=...bMu96cwJocoB6d
    It looks very difficult and I'd imagine your throwing arm would be feeling it the next day.

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    Watched some guys go round in Queenstown NZ a week or so back. Looked like fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dunster View Post
    It looks very difficult and I'd imagine your throwing arm would be feeling it the next day.
    It looks more difficult because that day was some of the windiest weather any of us had ever played in. It's still difficult to be consistent in normal weather but not as hard as this viewing.

    And arm wise, I only get a bit of pain if I am throwing a sidearm frequently and that's more to do with terrible technique.

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