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edj42 wrote: Also downtown historic Roswell, the shop with kayaks (I forgot the name) has some selection.
cliffwiggs wrote:FYI - I was just at the Dick's in Alpharetta and all they had was one lonely bag. No goals and no disc's. Unless they moved them to the other side of the store, they aren't anywhere near where they should be or the ultimate discs. Guess they decided to stop that product line.
edj42 wrote:Discaddie does have a good inventory, both Disccraft and Innova. Play it again SPorts on Hwy 9/Mansell also has a good inventory. They also support local disc golf. I was in Sports Authority and Dicks last week and they had sold out of whatever they had (Alpharetta stores only). Also downtown historic Roswell, the shop with kayaks (I forgot the name) has some selection.
Jason K wrote:Looks like I will be heading to Alexander to play on the 15th just so I can make a trip to the new store!
cnalbers wrote:Jason K wrote:Looks like I will be heading to Alexander to play on the 15th just so I can make a trip to the new store!
There's GCP&R tourney on May 15th and the course is closed to those not playing in it. It's a team event/fundraiser. That means five players to a group, mostly newbies, and a long tourney. It's only one round, though.
Jason K wrote:Good to know. Thanks for the heads-up! Still gotta go check out Disc Hunters though. Went by and took a peek on Wednesday on my way to Alexander and I have to say the store looked pretty cool from my car!
kade.erp wrote:All I know is Wes has been Hooking me up at Wills dubs and Central dubs for years. Check him out, definitely a bigger and better selection than any brick and morter. No tax and he'll give you a deal if you buy multiples....
ps. i don't work for Wes.
Randgolf wrote:No I don't work for the Superstore.
I encourage all disc golfers to support every person and place that sells golf discs. I don't undermine anyone.
On another note, the PGA Superstore is an incredible vehicle for disc golf to hit main stream outlets. Arthur Blank just bought out the stores in Jan. Obviously there is a lot of money there. Bigger picture, PGA Tour Superstore can help our sport out in a huge way. To split hairs over who deserves business over the next guy is a waste of time. I am not directing that at any given person. Buy discs where you want to. The fact that the PGA Tour Superstore is now aware of disc golf is so much more important, for the game (current disc golfers and new ones alike) than worrying about who "deserves" the local business. I hope Bob, G-reg, Wes and all the other vendors make money off of disc golf. I love those guys and would and do buy discs from them. To me, I am just happy to see that a huge company, tied directly to the 500 million plus people that play golf in the US alone, is showing an interest in our sport.
Read the article if you haven't already.
gvan wrote:Every time WalMart closes a store, the shopping center built around it dies and all those Hallmarks, nail salons and sub shops go out of business. They get the blame coming and going...
BP wrote:With Walmart they crush the small businesses who are forced to close and if the Walmart then closes you are left with an area in need and very few to pick up the pieces. Even if a Walmart were to get into DG there will still be a need for a pro shop type store as the game is too intricate and too many people want info. regarding the game and the discs.
gvan wrote:BP wrote:
Bringing it back on topic, WalMart sells DG discs in Minnesota
billnchristy wrote:Also the PGA store has 10 locations...hardly a Wal-Mart caliber, though by disc golf standards they certainly are.
Japanese Doritos are much more interesting!!
Redan Randy wrote:Japanese Doritos are much more interesting!!
richardhead wrote:Redan Randy wrote:Japanese Doritos are much more interesting!!
INVALID!!! You've already posted this picture. Are you running out of options from your little bag of pics?
OuiMan wrote:Jason K wrote:Good to know. Thanks for the heads-up! Still gotta go check out Disc Hunters though. Went by and took a peek on Wednesday on my way to Alexander and I have to say the store looked pretty cool from my car!
The store opened yesterday. I posted a topic in the Atlanta Gossip with more details.
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