September 3, 2019 by Ultiworld Disc Golf Staff 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 July’s Ace of the Month and Kelly Tucker acing the elevated basket at the Sinks in Chattanooga was the popular choice. 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 August, and there were a lot. Check them out below and decide for yourself — voting closes September 30th.
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Is there anything better than an ace at Pro Worlds?
Nicole Johnson looked like she had this the whole way. If she had been able to see it at least.
We haven’t posted a lot of lefty forehand aces like Chris Clemons’s at the Vacationland Open.
Here is junior Brennan Haag of Emporia, Kansas’s first ever ace, and he was lucky enough to get it captured on camera.
All these people getting their first aces on video. Here’s one with a nice editing job.
A last first ace.
Feel-good Ace of the Day!Noah DiGiovanni, 15, with his first ever ace at Beverly Park in Beverly Hills, Michigan. Hole 3, 167 feet.
Posted by Discraft Disc Golf on Monday, August 12, 2019
Doing it for National Disc Golf Day.
This kid’s name is HYZER. Amazing. Good shot too.
EVERYONE NEEDS TO SEE THIS!This 5 year old is named Hyzer…he just threw his first ace! Look at that pure joy!Let him know what you think about that!#kidsdiscgolf #discgolf #discgolface #holeinone Ultiworld Disc Golf World Flying Disc Federation Professional Disc Golf Association UDisc
Posted by Kids Disc Golf on Thursday, August 29, 2019
Two lefties on one ace post? Ok.
JK Disc Golf, who has been on these wrap-ups before. How will this forehand shot fare?
This was thrown back in June, but it’s worth a mention here.
Do not throw over a crowd of people in the fairway. But if you decide to, at least make it in the basket.
Points for the overhand ace. Points off for the shirt off.