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"Hole 9 at McLean Community Park is only 146 feet, but a slight anyzer with a beat in Dragon got me career ace #5"I speak English. I'm pretty sure this isn't it. What the heck is an "anyzer with a beat in Dragon?" But congratulations are in order. I think?
Ha.An "anhyzer" is a right turning drive (think like a "slice" from left to right in ball gold terms).The Dragon is the type of disc I used. "Beat in" means it's worn a bit, which generally means it loses some distance and/or turns a bit more. (Nicks on the rim contribute to air friction which slow speed.)And congratulations are happily accepted.
wtg my dgs! ;)
A big WOO and a HOO!
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