3x state champ runner up wrote:I'm not too sure about any of this. i love criticism as it all helps growth. But i think that some players take themselves too seriously and get all butt hurt when things don't go the way they want. i thought it was the golf and competition that brings players to tournaments, not how much payout is or what is someone going to do for me today. lets be real here, graceland isn't the usdgc, or an a tier nt event it was a small team of hard working people that did the best they could and will do better at their next event.
if you want a tournement to showcase how much you think of yourself then stay where ever you came from.
i'm not 100% clear about this smoking issue but if a course on a campus has rules about smoking, it's the players responsibilty to follow them and the TD's to handle any situaiton however he wants. for god's sake, take responsiblity for your own actions and don't bitch about how a td handled it.
Sorry If you think I got "Butt hurt" or "think so highly of myself, to stay were I came from" But I like to showcase everywhere I go. As should every golfer who loves competition.
I'm not sure there's any person that has never lived in Iowa, to love Iowa golf more than me!! I want to see it prosper and continue to get bigger and better. I've seen many changes from events and TD's over the years,(remember when Latch used to run events) that I refuse to believe it has peaked. I still think there is a lot of room for growth and evolution and still next levels to obtain. There's so much passion for disc golf in Iowa!!
In the end, I want to help make sure than when I rave to people all over the country about how great Iowa disc golf is, I want my credibility to be taken serious.
See ya in the next fairway...
#butthurt, over and out
I don't "Owe You" like 2 vowels...
A million here, a million there...