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What is Disc Golf

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What is Disc Golf

Tactical Training

Krokhol DGC with Scott Stokely

Tactical Training

Krokhol DGC with Scott Stokely

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In the course you learn:


  • Improve in analysing a course

  • Learn what kind of shots will produce the best result

  • Observe how the choices made by a touring veteran differ from a young and upcoming star

We joined forces with the legendary Scott Stokely to produce this series of Tactical Training from the PDGA Euro Tour 2023. This series will also feature a local player and in Krokhol it is no other than Knut Valen Håland.

Scott and Knut will play through the course and analyze the inn's and out's of the fairways and tell you some great tips on how to navigate your rounds in these kind of courses. Krokhol Disc Golf Course is located near Oslo, Norway and is know to be one of the best courses in the world. Udisc rating is 4.9/5 and the old golf course has been utilized to the maximum to make this a fun yet challenging course to play.

The tournament layout is a bit harder as expected with more longer holes and harder angles from the teepad. There are lots of elevation changes which makes this course a very tricky one even for seasoned veterans of the game.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

We joined forces with the legendary Scott Stokely to produce this series of Tactical Training from the PDGA Euro Tour 2023. This series will also feature a local player and in Krokhol it is no other than Knut Valen Håland.

Scott and Knut will play through the course and analyze the inn's and out's of the fairways and tell you some great tips on how to navigate your rounds in these kind of courses. Krokhol Disc Golf Course is located near Oslo, Norway and is know to be one of the best courses in the world. Udisc rating is 4.9/5 and the old golf course has been utilized to the maximum to make this a fun yet challenging course to play.

The tournament layout is a bit harder as expected with more longer holes and harder angles from the teepad. There are lots of elevation changes which makes this course a very tricky one even for seasoned veterans of the game.

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Improve in analysing a course
Learn what kind of shots will produce the best result
Observe how the choices made by a touring veteran differ from a young and upcoming star

Scott Stokely

Scott Stokely has been playing since 1993 and has 17 World and National Disc Golf and Distance titles during his professional career. He re-entered the pro scene as the only 50+ player competing in MPO division and has since amassed 90+ victories in sanctioned competitions. He travels the world and teaches Disc Golf in private lessons and through his online academy called "Stokely Disc Golf Method". Scott Stokely is a true legend of the sport and a walking example of the longevity of the sport.

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Lessons

Krokhol Disc Golf Course

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Krokhol Disc Golf Course

Krokhol Disc Golf Course

Krokhol Disc Golf Course

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Krokhol Disc Golf Course

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Introduction to the Krokhol DGC

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Introduction to the Krokhol DGC

Scott Stokely and Knut Valen Håland will attack the Krokhol DGC just outside of Oslo. The Course is built on an abandoned golf course so there will be plenty of tough shots to be thrown!

03:08

Introduction to the Krokhol DGC

Scott Stokely and Knut Valen Håland will attack the Krokhol DGC just outside of Oslo. The Course is built on an abandoned golf course so there will be plenty of tough shots to be thrown!

03:08

Introduction to the Krokhol DGC

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Scott Stokely and Knut Valen Håland will attack the Krokhol DGC just outside of Oslo. The Course is built on an abandoned golf course so there will be plenty of tough shots to be thrown!

Introduction to the Krokhol DGC

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03:08

Hole 1 - 133m / 435ft PAR3

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Hole 1 - 133m / 435ft PAR3

First hole and first decision to be made. To attack or to play safe?

03:18

Hole 1 - 133m / 435ft PAR3

First hole and first decision to be made. To attack or to play safe?

03:18

Hole 1 - 133m / 435ft PAR3

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First hole and first decision to be made. To attack or to play safe?

Hole 1 - 133m / 435ft PAR3

2.

03:18

Hole 2 - 202m / 663ft PAR4

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Hole 2 - 202m / 663ft PAR4

Scott and Knut have different approaches for this hole because their abilities differ and the wind plays a role.

02:19

Hole 2 - 202m / 663ft PAR4

Scott and Knut have different approaches for this hole because their abilities differ and the wind plays a role.

02:19

Hole 2 - 202m / 663ft PAR4

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Scott and Knut have different approaches for this hole because their abilities differ and the wind plays a role.

Hole 2 - 202m / 663ft PAR4

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02:19

Hole 3 - 95m / 312ft PAR3

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Hole 3 - 95m / 312ft PAR3

The tee shot is thrown into a tight gap and you have to keep in mind that there is danger lurking on the left side of the green.

01:31

Hole 3 - 95m / 312ft PAR3

The tee shot is thrown into a tight gap and you have to keep in mind that there is danger lurking on the left side of the green.

01:31

Hole 3 - 95m / 312ft PAR3

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The tee shot is thrown into a tight gap and you have to keep in mind that there is danger lurking on the left side of the green.

Hole 3 - 95m / 312ft PAR3

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01:31

Hole 4 - 148m / 468ft PAR3

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Hole 4 - 148m / 468ft PAR3

It is a backhand hole, but Scott Stokely is throwing forehand. Why?

02:40

Hole 4 - 148m / 468ft PAR3

It is a backhand hole, but Scott Stokely is throwing forehand. Why?

02:40

Hole 4 - 148m / 468ft PAR3

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It is a backhand hole, but Scott Stokely is throwing forehand. Why?

Hole 4 - 148m / 468ft PAR3

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02:40

Hole 5 - 175m / 574ft PAR4

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Hole 5 - 175m / 574ft PAR4

Both of our teachers are saying this is a hole they should get a birdie from.

03:30

Hole 5 - 175m / 574ft PAR4

Both of our teachers are saying this is a hole they should get a birdie from.

03:30

Hole 5 - 175m / 574ft PAR4

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Both of our teachers are saying this is a hole they should get a birdie from.

Hole 5 - 175m / 574ft PAR4

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03:30

Hole 6 - 100m / 328ft PAR3

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Hole 6 - 100m / 328ft PAR3

In this episode, Scott and Knut walk us through a simple-looking PAR3. Can the hole be that simple?

01:42

Hole 6 - 100m / 328ft PAR3

In this episode, Scott and Knut walk us through a simple-looking PAR3. Can the hole be that simple?

01:42

Hole 6 - 100m / 328ft PAR3

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In this episode, Scott and Knut walk us through a simple-looking PAR3. Can the hole be that simple?

Hole 6 - 100m / 328ft PAR3

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01:42

Hole 7 - 193m / 633ft PAR4

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Hole 7 - 193m / 633ft PAR4

Can a hole this long be as simple as our teachers make it look like?

02:11

Hole 7 - 193m / 633ft PAR4

Can a hole this long be as simple as our teachers make it look like?

02:11

Hole 7 - 193m / 633ft PAR4

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Can a hole this long be as simple as our teachers make it look like?

Hole 7 - 193m / 633ft PAR4

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02:11

Hole 8 - 241m / 791ft PAR4

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Hole 8 - 241m / 791ft PAR4

According to Knut, this might be one of the trickiest birdies to get from the course.

02:59

Hole 8 - 241m / 791ft PAR4

According to Knut, this might be one of the trickiest birdies to get from the course.

02:59

Hole 8 - 241m / 791ft PAR4

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According to Knut, this might be one of the trickiest birdies to get from the course.

Hole 8 - 241m / 791ft PAR4

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02:59

Hole 9 - 85m / 279ft PAR3

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Hole 9 - 85m / 279ft PAR3

There are multiple ways to attack this hole, and few of them were shown on camera. During the Krokhol Open 2023, there was at least one more!

01:31

Hole 9 - 85m / 279ft PAR3

There are multiple ways to attack this hole, and few of them were shown on camera. During the Krokhol Open 2023, there was at least one more!

01:31

Hole 9 - 85m / 279ft PAR3

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There are multiple ways to attack this hole, and few of them were shown on camera. During the Krokhol Open 2023, there was at least one more!

Hole 9 - 85m / 279ft PAR3

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01:31

Hole 10 126m / 413ft PAR3

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Hole 10 126m / 413ft PAR3

Green is risky because the OB and wind can force out some mistakes. Do you choose sidearm or backhand?

03:37

Hole 10 126m / 413ft PAR3

Green is risky because the OB and wind can force out some mistakes. Do you choose sidearm or backhand?

03:37

Hole 10 126m / 413ft PAR3

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Green is risky because the OB and wind can force out some mistakes. Do you choose sidearm or backhand?

Hole 10 126m / 413ft PAR3

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03:37

Hole 11 149m / 489ft PAR3

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Hole 11 149m / 489ft PAR3

Knut says no one is willing to go straight shot because the gap is too small. And if you listen to what Scott has to say you should be happy to take PAR every time.

03:15

Hole 11 149m / 489ft PAR3

Knut says no one is willing to go straight shot because the gap is too small. And if you listen to what Scott has to say you should be happy to take PAR every time.

03:15

Hole 11 149m / 489ft PAR3

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Knut says no one is willing to go straight shot because the gap is too small. And if you listen to what Scott has to say you should be happy to take PAR every time.

Hole 11 149m / 489ft PAR3

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03:15

Hole 12 267m / 876ft PAR4/5

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Hole 12 267m / 876ft PAR4/5

This is Knut’s favorite hole at Krokhol DGC! You need to throw a good placement shot and execute the approach shot as well.

03:50

Hole 12 267m / 876ft PAR4/5

This is Knut’s favorite hole at Krokhol DGC! You need to throw a good placement shot and execute the approach shot as well.

03:50

Hole 12 267m / 876ft PAR4/5

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This is Knut’s favorite hole at Krokhol DGC! You need to throw a good placement shot and execute the approach shot as well.

Hole 12 267m / 876ft PAR4/5

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03:50

Hole 13 103m / 338ft PAR3

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Hole 13 103m / 338ft PAR3

The name of the game is tight gap shot. What kind of shots do Knut and Scott decide to go for?

02:07

Hole 13 103m / 338ft PAR3

The name of the game is tight gap shot. What kind of shots do Knut and Scott decide to go for?

02:07

Hole 13 103m / 338ft PAR3

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The name of the game is tight gap shot. What kind of shots do Knut and Scott decide to go for?

Hole 13 103m / 338ft PAR3

14.

02:07

Hole 14 96m / 315ft PAR3

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Hole 14 96m / 315ft PAR3

The OB on the right is tight and you have to watch out not to go to the water left. Scott advises you to forget the OB, why?

02:52

Hole 14 96m / 315ft PAR3

The OB on the right is tight and you have to watch out not to go to the water left. Scott advises you to forget the OB, why?

02:52

Hole 14 96m / 315ft PAR3

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The OB on the right is tight and you have to watch out not to go to the water left. Scott advises you to forget the OB, why?

Hole 14 96m / 315ft PAR3

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02:52

Hole 15 106m / 348ft PAR3

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Hole 15 106m / 348ft PAR3

Have you seen a more forehand-friendly hole than this? In Scott’s mind, this is birdie or bust!

01:45

Hole 15 106m / 348ft PAR3

Have you seen a more forehand-friendly hole than this? In Scott’s mind, this is birdie or bust!

01:45

Hole 15 106m / 348ft PAR3

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Have you seen a more forehand-friendly hole than this? In Scott’s mind, this is birdie or bust!

Hole 15 106m / 348ft PAR3

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01:45

Hole 16 300m / 984ft PAR5

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Hole 16 300m / 984ft PAR5

Longest fairway of the property! You can attack and go for the eagle, but why does Scott skip the tee shot and just throw from the fairway?

04:05

Hole 16 300m / 984ft PAR5

Longest fairway of the property! You can attack and go for the eagle, but why does Scott skip the tee shot and just throw from the fairway?

04:05

Hole 16 300m / 984ft PAR5

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Longest fairway of the property! You can attack and go for the eagle, but why does Scott skip the tee shot and just throw from the fairway?

Hole 16 300m / 984ft PAR5

17.

04:05

Hole 17 115m / 377ft PAR3

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Hole 17 115m / 377ft PAR3

In this hole, every tee shot that lands OB leads you to the dropzone. Professional disc golfers practice throwing from the drop zones so they are prepared when a mistake occurs.

02:44

Hole 17 115m / 377ft PAR3

In this hole, every tee shot that lands OB leads you to the dropzone. Professional disc golfers practice throwing from the drop zones so they are prepared when a mistake occurs.

02:44

Hole 17 115m / 377ft PAR3

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In this hole, every tee shot that lands OB leads you to the dropzone. Professional disc golfers practice throwing from the drop zones so they are prepared when a mistake occurs.

Hole 17 115m / 377ft PAR3

18.

02:44

Hole 18 230m / 756ft PAR4

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Hole 18 230m / 756ft PAR4

This is the hole where the winner will be decided! You need to take a risk if you want to birdie. Your decisions will matter a lot. Ask yourself where you want the disc to land and do you have what it takes to get the birdie.

03:48

Hole 18 230m / 756ft PAR4

This is the hole where the winner will be decided! You need to take a risk if you want to birdie. Your decisions will matter a lot. Ask yourself where you want the disc to land and do you have what it takes to get the birdie.

03:48

Hole 18 230m / 756ft PAR4

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This is the hole where the winner will be decided! You need to take a risk if you want to birdie. Your decisions will matter a lot. Ask yourself where you want the disc to land and do you have what it takes to get the birdie.

Hole 18 230m / 756ft PAR4

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03:48

New Hole Every Day!

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New Hole Every Day!

New Hole Every Day!

New Hole Every Day!

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New Hole Every Day!

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Scott Stokely

Course Teacher

Scott Stokely has been playing since 1993 and has 17 World and National Disc Golf and Distance titles during his professional career. He re-entered the pro scene as the only 50+ player competing in MPO division and has since amassed 90+ victories in sanctioned competitions. He travels the world and teaches Disc Golf in private lessons and through his online academy called "Stokely Disc Golf Method". Scott Stokely is a true legend of the sport and a walking example of the longevity of the sport.

Scott Stokely

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