Enjoy this OtterBox phone case, featuring a disc golf basket silhouette and colorfully sky. Available for several Apple, Samsung and Google phone models. Designed to be practically indestructible – from the construction site to your toddler’s hands. Protect your investment in style & play disc golf!
Contoured precisely to fit the iPhone 6/6s with 4.7 inch screen, this Case-Mate case features a hard shell plastic exterior and shock absorbing liner to protect your device. Impact resistant. Lay-flat bezel to protect your screen from directly contacting surfaces. Access to all ports, controls & sensors. Printed in the USA. Enjoy!
Enjoy this black and white photograph from the Hudson Mills ‘original’ disc golf course in Dexter, Michigan, featuring basket twelve in the foreground with distant tee pads visible. It’s a short hole, but make sure to stay out of the water! This picture is available on a variety of items in my gallery at Fine Art America. Stop by for a visit…
As the sun sinks lower into the horizon, the 18th basket beckons for a birdie as I line up my putter and send it into the chains. You can see more of this vintage disc golf billboard graphic design by visiting my galleries at Redbubble, Society 6 and/or Pixels. I created this picture using Adobe Photoshop and Filter Forge. Enjoy!
It’s always fun, as a designer, when you have the opportunity to see some of your work outside of the studio. Just this morning, for instance, I visited a web site which had ‘liked’ one of the pictures on my site. There, I clicked on a post labeled “Colorado Disc Golf: 8000 ft. Elevation“. To my delight, one of the photographs included in that article featured a disc golfing towel of mine…
The year was 1998 and I’d recently moved to Scottsdale, Arizona. Now, my home course for disc golf was at Vista del Camino park, where I played the Shelley Sharpe Memorial Disc Golf Course.
As is commonplace at many courses, there are oftentimes a few folks on hand who sell discs, either new or found. Here, “Johnny B.” was known for fishing discs out of the canal, a stagnant waterway which changed color to a deepening shade of green throughout the summer. Anyway, the deals were good and one day I purchased a Roc golf disc for a fair price.
Sometime later, my friend Mike Milne and I set out to play other courses in the area, winding up on this particular day at a (now closed) disc golf course in Chandler, Arizona, called Hoopes.
My drive on the first hole finished 35 feet short of the basket, with a slightly downhill putt remaining. I drew chains but missed the putt. Just for fun, I decided to take a second shot with the recently purchased Roc which I’d brought along.
I missed again (#@&!) – the shot hit the tray and immediately shattered into a dozen pieces! It was shocking to see, as that isn’t supposed to happen (I never miss twice, lol).
I later learned that that Roc wasn’t found in the canal. Rather, it was discovered on the rooftop of a building adjacent to Vista Del Camino, where it had likely baked in the Arizona sun for a couple of years. Hence, the brittle state.
Johnny and I had a good laugh, and he gave me a replacement golf disc for free.
Individually wrapped in cellophane sleeves, this art board can be easily applied to walls with 3M velcro dots (4 supplied per board – please apply and remove with care) or moved from room to room. Professionally printed on watercolor textured 4-ply substrate. Available in three different sizes. Makes a great gift idea!