DiscDogger Weekly #3

We’ve got some terrific jams, games, and lessons for you this week. Bite Club! UpDog Challenge Games are in the mix with some smoking rounds of Greedy and 4 Way Play. A few jams with Apryl, Jack , and Ron on the little field… And 4 lessons on dropping, sequence building, and the Flatwork Compass for controlling and moving your disc dog.

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