The Upshot: Portland Open Preview, Dustin Keegan, Ball Golf Courses [Pres. by Pound Disc Golf]

A course goes from 0-100 in 24 hours.

Charlie Eisenhood and Josh Mansfield look ahead to the Portland Open with a conversation with Dustin Keegan, the touring pro and course designer of Glendoveer, the new (temporary?) home of the tournament. Plus: some more discussion of ball golf courses on tour.

The Upshot: Portland Open Preview, Dustin Keegan, Ball Golf Courses

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  1. Charlie Eisenhood
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    Charlie Eisenhood is the publisher of Ultiworld Disc Golf.

  2. Josh Mansfield
    Josh Mansfield

    Josh Mansfield is a disc golfer who is always looking for any excuse to road trip an obscene amount of miles with his wife and brother-in-law to try new courses. His below average disc golf game is far surpassed, however, by his exceptional Foosball skills.

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