Originally Posted by Sam
Because as a part of the gallery, you are not always privy to the banter and the interaction that goes on on the card. As part of the gallery, you do not get the instant feedback from the players on shots you throw.
Last July I had the pleasure to observe and listen to the best golfers in the world!
I was at the First Class Challenge, a 3 day, 5 course NT event in Des Moines.
Once there was a lead card I was with them for the next 4 rounds (before the galleries started appearing), including an all day caddy for an ex world champ.
Leviska, Feldberg, Jenkins, Orum and Climo were a few of the fellers that I got to hang out with.
I've only been playing disc golf for 20 years so I knew there was still lots I could learn and these fellers showed some stuff.
Listening to talk of angles, lines, discs, arm speeds has greatly influenced me.
Is it going to make me better?
Not sure but at least I'll know
Ratings will probably, more than likely, eventually work to their fullest.
I still feel that we should
know what division we should
play in regardless of what numbers are next to our names.
We only need to have integrity and be true to ourselves.