The disc this year were very good for me. They were very Leopard like and I throw Leopards all the time. So for about 30 minutes before the start time I go out and throw some practice shots and right off the bat I hit an Ace on hole #1.
My group started on #1 and my first throw I hit the chains solid but it doesn't stick. I have several close calls but I don't hit metal again until hole 9. My next good shot was on #12 when I hit the CTP. By this time I have 2 metal hits and Sean has 1 metal hit. So far no one has hit an Ace and only a few have hit metal.
We get to #17 and I throw a straight shot and it hits the middle of the basket about an inch too low. So now I have 3 metal hits and feeling pretty good. There are only a few holes left for everyone. Sean says as we walk back to #17 tee pad for our second throw "I'll have to hit an Ace to beat your 3 metal hits".
He steps up to the tee pad and immediately throws a straight shot hard in to the chains for an Ace.
I miss my last 2 shots and Sean's 1 Ace & his 1 metal hit breaks the 1 Ace tie and he takes the win. I end up tied for third with 3 metal hits and win the CTP on #12.
After the lunch break Jerry had a "One & Done" round. This is where you pick 1 disc from your bag for the entire round. I chose my Champ Leopard and ended up 4th in the Intermediate group cashing $9 and won $15 for Intermediate CTP.
It was a good day for me...