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    5.9.2013 by Jeff Kuehle
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    Question:

    mental game tips.

    You are an amazing disc golfer Paul! Thank you for being a good example for my son to see on the course. You will help this sport go far! My questions are in regards to putting in a tournament round.What are you thinking when you step up to a putt in a tournament? Do you think the same thing every time, or does it change? What routine helps you make more putts than most, and how do you best stay focused during your tournament rounds ? Thanks for the Help! Good Luck in your next event!

    I think just like any other player out there; “I can’t miss this putt”, or “Wow, it would be embarrassing to miss this putt”, the only difference is my preperation. I like to look at it as one of those catchy jingles like 800-588-2300. You need to make that catchy jingle in your putt. Find a song that you can practice to, and put it on repeat. Every time you putt, sync your putting motions with that jingle. Now when you step up to that putt for the win, you have nothing but that jingle going through your head and it just becomes routine. It truly clears your mind.


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    3.9.2013 by connor wright
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    Question:

    mental game

    How do you always keep your cool in a tournament? I have seen you take a double and when that happened, you came back and birdied several holes after that. How do you do this?

    I play 1 shot at a time. Most of the time you play 54+ holes, so 1 bad hole won’t ruin your tournament. I like to look at it as more of a challenge, which makes me push harder the next couple shots.


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    3.9.2013 by Spencer Gilsoul
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    Question:

    forehand vs backhand

    Im a forehand dominate palyer until I get into the approach range of the basket, and a few of the wholes on my local course basically demand backhand shots off the tee, so what would be a few simple pointers to get my backhand on track

    Practice, honestly. Also, learn to throw slower and straighter discs, so it’s easy to fix any flaws you may have.


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    3.9.2013 by Ej Dale
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    Question:

    Left Handed Throws

    Is it necessary to learn left handed drives if you already mastered Back hand and side arm?

    No, I don’t think so. Put the time you would into your left handed drive into you backhand and sidearm, which could make for a solid combo.


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    3.9.2013 by
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    Question:

    Toronto Island Maple Leaf 2013

    Hey Paul, Congrats on your win in KC. Is there any chance we might see you and Brittany at the Toronto Island Maple Leaf this September?

    No, I will not be there. I’m currently in CA.


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    3.9.2013 by Scott
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    Question:

    Tournaments

    I have been playing disc golf for two years and I wanted to start taking my game to the next level and play some tournaments but I don't know what tournaments to play in or what division I should enter.

    Check out PDGA.com for events in your area, then play in one of the amatuer divisions. If you win by 20, its no big deal, you can always move up. If you lose, who cares; you played out of your division. It’s all a learning experience for your first couple events.