Originally Posted by chanman
To answer Jman, I think that a person of that staure in the world of disc golf should be a PDGA member, I mean, why not?
Question to YOU, Chandler....
If you were at the TOP of the Disc Golf game....and were used to winning just about EVERYTHING you entered....
Then your body deteriated to the popint that you COULDNT play at anywhere near the level you are used to. ie SERIOUS elbow & shoulder pain, etc...
Would YOU still be a PDGA member 5 yrs later?
Scott was a great player.....BUT his use of the "sidearm" caught up with him.
I can still remember him getting MARRIED at Top of the World during the Masters Cup in '93.