UPDATE 8/4/13: Larry is attempting his third All Fifty States tour, playing 50 rounds of disc golf in 50 days. His first stops are in Alaska & Hawaii starting August 12th and his trip will end September 30th. He'd love your support! Visit soldieringonfordiscgolf.com for more information and ways to get involved. Larry's schedule is at the bottom of the post.
Welcome and congratulations to new member and disc-golfer Larry Kirk from Atwater,CA! He has been to all 50 states not once – but twice – and is preparing to visit them all a third time! Larry’s true passion is disc-golf and in an effort to spread his love of the game,decided to play disc-golf in each state. His first trip to all 50 took almost 9 years to complete, finishing up in 2010. Larry's trip began with family trips and continued with some work-related travel in his career as a technical sergeant with the Air Force National Guard. To conclude his first visit to all 50, he did a victory walk up the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum….just like Rocky. see Rocky Statue and Steps.
Best of luck to Larry as he secures sponsorships so he may begin his next quest to disc-golf in 50 states in 50 days. This third tour would make him the first All Fifty Club member to complete a third visit to each state. More about Larry’s travels and plans can be found on his Facebook page as Disc Golf Flyer.
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