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Support the Blog by Getting a Dogleg DG Tee!

We’re getting Dogleg Disc Golf Tees printed up! This “Original Logo” tee will be the first of several Dogleg Disc Golf merchandise items printed this year.

We will be selling the Limited Edition First Round for only $15! or…
PRE-PAY BY JANUARY 31 and get it for ONLY $11! (+s/h)

We’ll be offering these colors to begin with: Charcoal, Light Grey, White, Red, Green, Maroon, Pink, Purple, Goldenrod, Olive Drab, Blue, and Navy. The sizes available are Small-3X.

Trying to decide if the front will have a left pocket design of either the Dogleg logo or “Blog the Dog!”.

Contact JT or email DoglegDG@gmail.com for more details. Thanks!

Help support your favorite disc golf blog by purchasing a tee today! Remember ladies, a Dogleg tee would make a great Valentine’s Day gift! =)
-jt

Limited Edition First Round "Original Logo" Dogleg Disc Golf Tee

Limited Edition First Round “Original Logo” Dogleg Disc Golf Tee


2 Weeks Without Play

Finally got a chance this past Wednesday—after 2 long and busy weeks—to get in a full round after work. Not knowing how my outcome of the round would soon be, I didn’t care; I was too pumped! With very little traffic there, I made it to Oregon Park just shy of 20 minutes (Normally with rush hour traffic it’s closer to half hour). Already in a good mood, I was pleasantly surprised at how deserted the disc golf course was as I pulled up. Must have been the heat, and that I can attest to. Leaving straight from work, I was left to play in what I currently had on. With the sun still high, 94° heat, humidity, double tshirts on, tight fitting jeans and no water supply…it was almost too much to handle. But whatever, I’ll survive an hour right?

Dripping sweat by Hole #2, I knew it was going to be an interesting round with this heat. I looked like one of those rotating sprinkler heads as I wound up and threw—sweat slinging off at every angle. Awesome, I’m watering the course as I play. Hole #7, to me, is by far the hardest. It’s probably around 200ft, but it’s a long straight-away with a very narrow flight path. I think I’ve only achieved par on this hole once in the some odd 30 times I’ve played this course. The sunset pic to the right is for my bogey shot on #7. Of course this is after my drive careened off course after hitting three trees like some trick shot in bumper pool. Indeed I did end up bogeying a few, but those were later complimented with several birdies—especially #17 and 18. I finished out +1. Not bad for two weeks off!
Oregon #7

Oregon Park #7

Oregon #13

Justin on Oregon Park #13

Then had the chance to play again yesterday, heck yea! We took to the course for a round of Oregon Park fun. Fun times as always, Justin did end up taking the win with 3 strokes ahead. I slipped and finished +6—much what I was expecting to score the prior day. We did rock our new Dogleg Tees as well! The pic on the left is Justin on the teebox of #13 with his Dogleg tee. I love how the shirts turned out and a great way to get the name out there. We even had a few people yesterday ask us about it, sweet!
—jt


New Dogleg Merchandise!

It’s finally here, new Dogleg koozies and tees! A BIG thanks to Stephen and the Jasper crew for getting these printed up. They turned out really well. Let us know if you’re interested in buying one and we’ll hook ya up. Can’t wait to see these out on the course!
-jt

Dogleg Tees and Koozies!


Dogleg Tees!

Well guys, here it is–the concept anyway. I know there’s several types of merchandise in the works that we’re looking in to getting printed. I really want us to start branding the name and think of ways to get the name out there. I will be getting business cards printed up in the next few weeks to give to you guys.

First off, I’d like to get some t-shirts made. I am open to color; but shown below is what it could look like on red or a kelly green. I’m thinking a two-color logo for the shirts to minimize on the production cost. For the front of tee I’m picturing it having the same logo, but pocket-sized.

What are you guy’s thoughts?

-JT