May 2, 2019 by Bennett Wineka in Video with 0 comments
With more and more cameras ending up on disc golf courses every year, the number of aces caught on film increases all the time. The votes are in for March’s Ace of the Month and a first throw with an MVP Entropy took March’s top spot. You can relive that ace again at the bottom of this post, but in the meantime, there’s more voting to do. We picked out some of our favorites from the month of April, and there were a lot? Check them out below and decide for yourself — voting closes May 31st.
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Heath McQuade finally got hole 6 at his local course and did it while holding a camera.
Would you call the foot fault?
Sometimes you can only laugh when you hit the perfect line like Veronica Gacharich.
“It feels Great!” Congratulations to Veronica Gacharich on getting her first ace with her Star Beast! ? pic.twitter.com/EyZQftv2T0
— Innova Discs (@InnovaDiscs) April 17, 2019
If you capture your own ace, try to mimic JomezPro and create your own Follow Flight.
What’s more stressful than hitting an ace and having to wait to see if it stuck.
UWDG’s own, Bogi Bjarnason, played Järva DiscGolfPark and hit an ace before he left.
JK Disc Golf puts out a lot of content on his YouTube channel, and here he is capturing an ace.
Watch the full flight of Madison Tomaino’s ace. It’s a beaut.
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This is one of two aces Brian Earhart threw during the Glass Blown Open.
Maybe you weren’t lucky enough to get your ace on camera, but maybe you’re lucky enough to have a partner willing to recreate the flight.
Nice line, Austin Lytle.