#901 – Jonesboro Op DPGT w/ Brian Friend

Sevan Matossian (00:00):

Um, have you, have you ever been to San Bam? We’re live. What’s up, Ryan?

Brian Friend (00:04):

What’s up?

Sevan Matossian (00:04):

Good to see you. Long time. No. See. Great show this morning.

Brian Friend (00:11):

Thank you. I enjoyed it too.

Sevan Matossian (00:12):

Uh, uh, the fittest Women in the World is a great topic.

Brian Friend (00:17):


Sevan Matossian (00:18):

You’re, you’re an expert in the fittest women in the world.

Brian Friend (00:22):


Sevan Matossian (00:23):

Is that fair to say? Yeah. At le at least, at least you, you’re an expert in, in, uh, well, I guess in the making of the fittest women, uh, which would be like the training and, and in nutritional lifestyle, you’re an expert in the critiquing, um, uh, under you’re understanding the complexities of, of, of, of the competition that, that, uh, crowns those people. I shouldn’t even use the word expert. Uh, super student beyond expert Above, above whatever’s above expert. Expert is so, I mean, I went to a doctor, he’s supposed to be an expert. He didn’t even know what the fuck autophagy was. How can you not, how can you be an expert in medicine and not know what autophagy is in health? Trying to help me? I’m crazy. Hey, have you ever been to Cleveland?

Brian Friend (01:13):

I have.

Sevan Matossian (01:14):

Have you ever been to Philadelphia?

Brian Friend (01:16):

I have.

Sevan Matossian (01:17):

Have you ever been to Baltimore?

Brian Friend (01:19):

I have.

Sevan Matossian (01:20):

Have you ever been to Cincinnati?

Brian Friend (01:22):


Sevan Matossian (01:23):

Um, the, the, those cities or, or, or, um, uh, uh, what’s the big city in Oklahoma? What’s the big one? Um,

Brian Friend (01:33):

Oklahoma City is one of ’em. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (01:35):

Is maybe that, is it, is there a, what’s the capital? Is it Oklahoma City?

Brian Friend (01:38):

Oh, it starts with a t It’s maybe, uh, I can’t remember.

Sevan Matossian (01:45):

I don’t know. My point is, is you go to these cities, uh, Tulsa. Oh, good job, Brian. That’s pretty good. They’re these cities or, or Pittsburgh. Have you been to Pittsburgh?

Brian Friend (01:56):

Yeah. Yeah. I’ve been, you know, I’ve actually driven my car to every state in the continental us.

Sevan Matossian (02:02):

Oh, that’s

Brian Friend (02:02):

Awesome. So I’ve been to a lot of cities.

Sevan Matossian (02:04):

That’s something you and I have in common. I did that one summer with my dad.

Brian Friend (02:09):

I didn’t do it all in one summer.

Sevan Matossian (02:11):

Um, which probably gives you even better perspective on it. Um, and, and, and so when you grow up in California around a city like Oakland and Berkeley and San Francisco, it’s like really hard to, to top that. Like, you have to go somewhere like Manhattan or like Paris. And what do I mean by top that? I mean, just the, the, the eclecticness of it, the walking score. Like San Francisco is just a 100% in its walking score. Are you familiar with that term?

Brian Friend (02:40):


Sevan Matossian (02:41):

And you go somewhere like Cleveland and you’re like, this isn’t even really a city. It’s like one of those really tired Indian casinos, or, or not even, you know what I mean? <laugh>, like, or, or, or Philly there, or, or Atlanta. Atlanta’s such a shithole, like in terms of just enjoyment of just like the eclecticness of it. There’s nothing like, uh, if, if you’re in San Francisco one minute, you could be going to a specialty whiskey place, and then the next minute you could be going to a place that just sells like rulers and co and pencils and, and, and contract, uh, protractors. I mean, they’re just, and then next door is a place that just sells pesto pizza. You know what I mean? I mean, we’re just, these, the variety and the closeness and, uh, it, it’s, it’s like an amusement park, right? As opposed to these other cities.


They’re like, yeah, you think they’re big cities, but they just don’t live up to it. If you, once you’ve been somewhere like San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, uh, Manhattan, um, and in la kind of the la kind of never got, got off the ground with it either. But, uh, I just saw, and I’ll talk about this tomorrow on my live calling show. It’s crazy. There is a Nords, there’s two Nordstroms in San Francisco, and there’s a main Nordstroms. And as odd as it might sound, it’s in this like, epicenter of this mall. But even though it’s a Nordstroms and it’s a mall, it’s still has flavor. You know what I mean? It’s still like, it’s still cool. It’s not sellout. And this Nordstroms has no doors to it, meaning it’s just, it’s five stories of the top of this mall, and it’s completely open. So like, when they close, they just have to close the whole top five stories.


It doesn’t have doors. You feeling me on this? And that Nordstrom’s is closing down and the implications and what that signifies, that Nordstrom’s in this fucking mall is closing down. I don’t know. Uh, Chicago was cool when I was there. I, but, but I don’t, I don’t know what happened to it, but there were some little cool neighborhoods that I was in in Chicago that were kind of like the soho, but I don’t know. I, I don’t, I’m not sure about Chicago, uh, Rosie, but these other cities, they’re just, they’re not even really cities. Um, uh, I, I been, uh, Barry, I’ve been to, uh, uh, I I’ve been everywhere. I’m done. I’ve been everywhere. I’ve been to all the states, all the cities, all the countries, all the continents. I, I’ve been everywhere and, and it’s, it’s just crazy. San Francisco’s done. And I was reading the article about why it’s closing and it’s, it’s, I mean, it’s just, yeah, you go woke, you go broke. They just got, you can’t get into the fucking Nordstroms cuz there’s so many fucking, the Fentanyl crisis is just, it’s crazy. I just can’t believe it’s happening to San Francisco. It’s, it’s like, it’s done. It’s over. Like, it’s crazy. Tw uh, they, they won’t just flat out say it’s cuz the cops aren’t doing their job. Well, they, because they’re scared and defund the police closed the nort. It’s just crazy. Anyway, it’s a, it’s a hell of a signifier. Meanwhile, my city’s flourishing just, uh, 90 miles south of San Francisco.


Uh, Mike Sourer of 4 99. I haven’t caught alive in a while, but here we are, the D P T G with Brian Friend. Good evening, everyone. Let’s get hyped for some Dick golf. Dick golf is my favorite. Don’t forget Caleb’s here too. Seymour Beaver. That’s, uh, was Haley’s, uh, Haley wanted me to make sure, uh, that you, that you were open to, uh, Seymour Beaver. That would be spelled S e y m o r e. Seymour Beaver. Oh,

Caleb Beaver (06:07):

That’s a good, I’ll put that on the baby name list. I’ll let, yeah. Cool. I’ll let the wife

Sevan Matossian (06:10):

Know. Thank you. Don’t be a pussy. Don’t be a pussy like your parents, Caleb. And, and, and let a good name go to waste. Good last name. Go to Waste. Caleb

Caleb Beaver (06:18):

Beaver. Lean, lean into it a little bit.

Sevan Matossian (06:20):

You know, lean into it. Beaver <laugh>. Oh my goodness. Uh, I, I caught one of my, I walked into the, my, my boys don’t even watch tv, like hardly at all. Like, like, like a little bit on Friday and Saturday nights. And they have a Wonder Woman doll, and I don’t know if this is a good thing or a bad thing, but I walked in the room and they were taking turns. They had Wonder Woman’s Legs open and they were taking turns smelling it.

Brian Friend (06:53):


Sevan Matossian (06:54):

Just walked by and looked at ’em and they looked at me. They were smelling

Caleb Beaver (06:59):


Sevan Matossian (06:59):

Shit. Oh my God. Well,

Brian Friend (07:01):

Um, there’s some somewhat, uh, big news in the Disc golf world today.

Sevan Matossian (07:04):

My, um, oh, disc golf show. Shit. My mouse stopped working. Does anyone else have kids that smell? Wonder Woman’s crotch Shit. My mouse Stop working. Uh, Caleb’s wife has Covid. You heard it here first.

Caleb Beaver (07:18):

I think we

Sevan Matossian (07:18):

Both did. Or there’s someone underneath Brian’s table. Damnit. I can’t, uh oh. What, what that um, that uh, uh, Hey, you think Rich Froning is gonna get a pro disk golfer on his fucking podcast? We can’t get one. I betcha Rich could diem one of those guys and get ’em in a second just to rub it in our face. Uh, I don’t really give a fuck about Disc golf, but that dude Chevon is trolling my account. Um, this is just to show him up.

Brian Friend (07:46):


Sevan Matossian (07:47):

How quick would you jump ship if Rich was like, oh, Brian, he invited me on

Brian Friend (07:50):

The podcast today.

Sevan Matossian (07:51):


Brian Friend (07:52):

He invited me on his podcast.

Sevan Matossian (07:53):

I’m sure he did. <laugh>. Hey, uh, um, would you, uh, uh, Ken Kenneth Deap normal boy stuff. Okay. Um, hi, Trish. What’s up girl? Uh, would you, um, let, let’s say Rich were to call you up and be like, Hey, uh, Brian, uh, you know, we really like that Disc golf show, uh, you’re doing over there. What, what do you think about bringing that over here to the, uh, mayhem Empire?

Brian Friend (08:19):

Can we get to the topic faster than eight minutes into the conversation?

Sevan Matossian (08:22):

<laugh>? Yeah. Are you gonna talk about Trice’s interest in super superwoman’s crotch? What if it was Wonderman? Is there, there’s a superwoman. Is there a wonderman?

Brian Friend (08:35):

I think it’s just Ken

Sevan Matossian (08:37):

<laugh>, right? <laugh>. Oh my god. Uh, Brian looks awfully uh, yummy in that cream coffee shirt.

Brian Friend (08:47):

Oh, these are these, um, I think

Sevan Matossian (08:48):

He looks yummy. These

Brian Friend (08:49):

Paper Street coffee sheets are are shirts are super comfortable. So I often wear it in the evening after I’ve showered.

Sevan Matossian (08:55):

I, um, I gave mine away to the, uh, jiujitsu instructor and it’s like becoming like his favorite shirt. So whenever I go in there, whenever he comes over, he is got it on. Cuz it is so soft. Right?

Brian Friend (09:07):

I gave my bee friendly hoodie away to the competition director in Dubai and I still have not been able to get another one in. I’m missing it so we can relate.

Sevan Matossian (09:17):

It’s because they can’t keep men stock over there. Sherpa works. See that plug Bushy Beaver. Now Samantha, don’t be crass. There’s no one named Bushy that’s completely outlandish.

Caleb Beaver (09:31):

That’s, it’s a little excessive. Samantha,

Sevan Matossian (09:33):

Samantha Jones Burrow front nine final round and the back nine, just one round. Today people with what Brian friends tells me are two, uh, pretty damn good. Uh, Frisbee golfers, Calvin Hein and Eagle McMahon speaking about great names.

Brian Friend (09:55):

Yep. So this is a three round tournament, but we’re only gonna watch the last round. They play the same course, same layout, all three rounds. This is not, it’s not the most challenging course at the play on tour unless it’s windy. And when it’s windy there, which it almost always is, this course is an entirely different beast. During what?

Sevan Matossian (10:19):

Nothing. I’m just holding up this to like, I feel like if I hold this up during the show, it’ll make people like you more and me more. Go ahead. I Oh, I thought you were windy. Course. You’re talking about a windy course.

Brian Friend (10:28):

Yeah. I thought you were trying to get the, um,

Sevan Matossian (10:30):

Subliminal, subliminal

Brian Friend (10:31):

H p o guy to come on.

Sevan Matossian (10:33):

<laugh>. Who’s that?

Brian Friend (10:35):

Um, the strong man world strongest

Caleb Beaver (10:37):

Gay <laugh>.

Sevan Matossian (10:38):

I am. I would love to have him on actually the world’s strongest gay

Brian Friend (10:42):

Sunday. My, since we’d spoke about that this morning. You acquired this prop this afternoon. Yes.

Sevan Matossian (10:47):

Thank you. I The gaze of hijacked the rainbow. Damn it. Okay. Anyway. Windy course. Yeah. Crazy windy course. But it’s so windy that the cameras are having trouble holding the trees

Brian Friend (10:58):

And that’s normal there. It was 20 to 30 miles throughout the day, the first two days. Zero wind, no wind. So when we’re looking at the total scores that these players have coming into the day and then their performance on the final day, it’s, it is a total, it’s, it’s, if you’ve ever played disc golf, playing disc golf with no wind is fun for almost everyone. Playing disc golf with extreme wind is not fun for almost anyone. It is. Totally agree. Different sport and experience. And I wouldn’t recommend amateurs going out there and playing on super windy days cuz you’re gonna be frustrated. The discs aren’t gonna do what you think they do, you’re gonna lose them. And it’s, it’s just frustrating. You’ll see as we go through throughout this coverage that even for the best in the world, if you’re 20 feet away from the basket and there’s 30 mile an hour wind, there’s, it’s a, it’s a challenging part. Sometimes from 10 feet away, they still don’t know if they’re gonna make it and they have to take their time. And sometimes you’ll see it’s just some crazy stuff in the wind. However,

Sevan Matossian (11:55):

Like yeah. Say miserable experience playing, um, uh, in the wind, any kind of Frisbee, any time of any type of disc golf.

Brian Friend (12:02):

Yeah. It’s like the opposite of flying a kite.

Sevan Matossian (12:05):

Yes. Uh, I, I would like to just quickly, um, impromptu, uh, bring up a Calvin Weinberg’s, uh, Instagram account so you can just check him out really quick. Get a little more intimate with him. Wait,

Brian Friend (12:16):

Wait, don’t do that. Don’t do that. No. Oh, okay. Just in case he’s posted anything since the tournament. Oh. That could potentially give away the results. Let see, you may not wanna do that. If there, some of the better players in the world generally put up one post after the competition, they usually don’t do it the day of win lose or otherwise, if they have a big following, they’ll, they’ll usually do that. So maybe vet that before we put it up in case you wanna have a little bit of drama. Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (12:40):

I’m looking at, I’m looking at Eagle. I’m looking at his and Eagle McMahon’s. Eagle McMahon does not have the post. Oh, okay. Yeah. Uh, yeah, pull up Eagle McMahon’s. I I got a link in the, uh, chat, uh, Mr. Beaver and, uh, let you get a, a closeup look at this guy. Uh, Brian, how good is he? Who is he in in the CrossFit world? Who is he? Scott Panche.

Brian Friend (13:00):

Um, no, cuz he’s won some majors. He’s won some big time events. Pat

Sevan Matossian (13:05):


Brian Friend (13:07):

I would say he is, I would say yeah, closer to Pat Vener where he’s, you know, pat Zelner’s three time champion at Waap. Alza Eagle McMahon was a European champion last year. He’s won, you know, disco Golf pro tour events and basically there have been, for the early part of his career there was Paul Mcbe and Ricky Wesak and Paul Mcbe and Ricky Wesak for a decade have been the two guys to beat in the sport. And then this young kid, Eagle McMahon outta Colorado comes along and basically for, it was like Paul and Ricky and Eagle, and then entered this guy Calvin Hein. And last year those were the only four players with a rating. There was over 1050 and for I think two or three tournaments in a row, these four guys were the final, were the top four guys on the last day of the lead card.


And they earned the kind of nickname of the 10 50 boys because they’re the only guys that their average round of disc golf was 10 50 or higher, which is insane, right? Currently, I believe that Calvin Hein is the top rated player in the world and his rating is only 10 46 and he’s been the best player throughout the entire season. Basically top three in, in every event except for one. And, and 10 46 last year, all four of ’em were averaging above 10 50. I know that doesn’t mean a lot to, to everyone who’s listening, but for anyone understands that rating system, that is insane. Those guys last year were incredible. And Calvin this year, and Eagle, when he is been healthy, have had some rounds that are pushing back into that echelon.

Sevan Matossian (14:33):

Um, uh, will you, there’s a, uh, a toy that has his name on it, Eagle McMahon’s name on it. It’s called Sweet Kamas. It’s in his, uh, Instagram. What a weird, so he did, they, um, they sponsor him. He got a going man. He,

Brian Friend (14:47):

Yeah, he has the, he always has this on his disc, golf back. It’s like a game or, you know, a little pastime that he likes. And sometimes in tournaments, and this is, this actually happened to me and my brother when we were playing this past weekend. Either just at a regular course, you’ll get to a hole where there’s a backup and suddenly you might be in a rhythm and you might be in a groove and then you have to just sit there for 10, 20, 30 minutes and not, and then, and then when the course is ready, you get up and throw. And so this is something that I think he keeps in his bag for those times to kind of occupy his mind and be a distraction from, you know, just letting too many thoughts pile up about the tournament.

Sevan Matossian (15:21):

And just, so, um, if you could, uh, close that and go up a little bit higher on the left hand side, about three columns down, you’ll actually see a video of him, A plane with his katama? No, a little bit higher. A little bit higher. Sorry, Al although that one might be good too. Uh, a little bit higher. A little bit higher. A little bit higher. A little bit higher. A little bit. There it is. There it is. Here we go. Z Wow. So he flipped it, flipped the katama, whatever that thing’s called Kendama.

Brian Friend (15:50):

That’s his putter. The rainmaker. Yeah. And I mean this, you know, you have to keep him. He’s one of the best putters in the world. His hand-eye coordination is insane. I’ve told you about his ability to throw left-handed backhand, you know, that are, he, they’re good enough that he can do ’em in competitions. Um, so just an insanely talented guy when it comes to hand-eye stuff.

Sevan Matossian (16:09):

How tall is he?

Brian Friend (16:10):

I think he’s about six three.

Sevan Matossian (16:12):

Okay. Big dude.

Brian Friend (16:13):

Calvin’s, I think six five.

Sevan Matossian (16:16):


Brian Friend (16:16):

I’ll say,

Sevan Matossian (16:17):

Uh, very windy. Uh, uh, they, uh, call this, but

Brian Friend (16:22):

It was not windy on days one and two and

Sevan Matossian (16:25):

Did the, the day you sent me was crazy, Wendy.

Brian Friend (16:28):

Yeah. But I want people to, to know that the previous two days were not, and those are the scores we’re gonna see on the last day are much, much worse than the scores from the first two days. Okay. But there were some really cool things that happened on the first two days that I just wanted to preface this with, if that’s okay with you.

Sevan Matossian (16:43):

Uh, Eric Weiss, uh, the 10 50 Boys, uh, sounds like a tough crew. Um, this course here at the, uh, the Jonesboro course is in Arkansas. It is considered the second best course in the entire state of Arkansas, home of I believe also, uh, Bryce Mitchell, uh, UFC Fighter, uh, extraordinaire, uh, who thinks the earth is flat. It is the 98 best course on planet earth according to some rating system that the boys were talking about. And it’s about 10,000 feet, 9,995 feet of tee to hole in 18 holes. Mm-hmm.

Brian Friend (17:21):


Sevan Matossian (17:21):

I wonder how they measure that. You think that’s what the direct, direct like, just like as the crow flies?

Brian Friend (17:26):

Depends on straight line. Depends on the, you know, the, the hole. Like if it’s, uh, you know, if there’s, if it’s what

Sevan Matossian (17:31):

If you can’t see the basket

Brian Friend (17:32):

From the T to the right, then you might measure to like the middle of the fairway and then from the fairway to the basket and add those two things together. I’m not entirely sure on holes like that, how they measure it actually.

Sevan Matossian (17:41):

Um, uh, se get a flat Earth on soon. I had a flat, we had that guy Brett Stevenson on, uh, he was fantastic. Uh, sober is, fuck. That was fun. I enjoyed the conversation. There is a movie about the earth being flat. I, I, uh, that was just made released this year and I have the director coming on in a few months. I wouldn’t want anyone to think that, um, I’m getting lazy. Calvin got a haircut. You may not recognize him from the other shows. Uh, we will get more into that later. Uh, but let’s for now, just jump right onto the course. Whole one. No. Final, final, final. Uh,

Brian Friend (18:16):

I wanna, I wanna, I wanna set up the first round. The, the pairings are random for this tournament. Eagle and Calvin were paired together in round one on the feature card. So if you did wanna watch the entire tournament, you could watch them on day one randomly playing together. They trade blows throughout the day and they come to the end of the day. They both shot the, the, the previous best score on the day had been 12 under par. Both of them shoot 13 under par. So they’re the co-leaders going into round two,

Sevan Matossian (18:44):

I think I call bullshit on their randomly put together.

Brian Friend (18:47):

Well, it’s not entirely random. They choose good players to be on the featured card, but, but there was no, you know, it wasn’t because of anything performance based in this tournament.

Sevan Matossian (18:55):

Okay? So may maybe the, the dir the director’s like, Hey, these are the two best guys I’m gonna put them on.

Brian Friend (19:00):

Well, Kevin’s the defending champion from last year, so he automatically gets a spot on it. They had Kevin Jones on the card, who’s the best player to ever come outta Arkansas. And then they had, uh, Eagle McMahon and I can’t remember who else was on that card, but another, it was another good player, um, Isaac Robinson, I think who had maybe Isaac Robinson. Anyway,

Sevan Matossian (19:19):

How did Isaac end up doing? If, for those of you who don’t remember, Isaac was the winner from last week who had an incredible, uh, showing incredible.

Brian Friend (19:27):

I will ask me that at the end of the show.

Sevan Matossian (19:29):

Okay. Uh, sounds good. Uh, wait, wait. Caleb, Caleb’s son from the future Eaton Beaver. Great to see Savon, Caleb and Brian back in the sack together. Well, thank you.

Brian Friend (19:38):

Round two. Round two. Now they’re the leaders of the tournament, so they’re obviously playing on the last card, the lead card. In the meantime, there’s a guy named James Conrad who shot 17 under par in round two, fif 15, birdie one Eagle two, two pars. And so he’s scorching the course and he posts a score of 25 under par. He was, you know, eight under, on the first day, five strokes behind shoots 17 under, which is insane. And, um, he

Sevan Matossian (20:08):

Does 11 better on the second day.

Brian Friend (20:11):

Holy shit. Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (20:13):

You have a black refrigerator.

Brian Friend (20:15):

<laugh>, there’s no refrigerator over there.

Sevan Matossian (20:16):

Oh, there’s something, something black.

Brian Friend (20:21):

Sorry about that. Um, once again, Calvin and Eagle are trading blows throughout the day and come the end of the day, they both shoot 13 under again. So now they’ve played 36 holes together, they’ve shot 13 under each, on both days. And they’re the co-leaders once again going into the final day at 2,600 Par James Conrads one struck by

Sevan Matossian (20:42):

Yeah, James. Uh, incredible player. The wind is crazy. I should have chosen a few that just show the wind, uh, the, the, the trees and uh, maybe the audio of it, because a few times you can really get that. But pay attention to that. Um, you’ll see the trees and shit, uh, blowing around. Uh, Robbie Myers direct All Jonesboro to me. I lives here.

Brian Friend (21:03):

Jonesboro questions

Sevan Matossian (21:05):

Direct. Oh, John. Oh, okay.

Brian Friend (21:07):

Johnsburg, Arkansas. Okay.

Sevan Matossian (21:09):

You read, you read, um, grammar better than I do. My, my sister the other day. I, I do this thing where I say to people, oh, does that person talk good? Like let’s say you were to suggest to me, hey, you should have, um, uh, uh, kk, uh, you remember, you know, that guy, the CrossFitter, you should have KAKE on the show. And I would say, does he talk good? And my sister’s like, that’s not proper English. I’m like, yeah, I know. That’s the point. That’s why I say that. It’s the irony of me not talking good by saying, does he talk good? And she was like correcting me on that shit today. I was like, what the fuck is wrong with you? You don’t get my joke? She’s like, no. Oh shit. Scott Perkins, we almost saw Danielle. Brandon, uh, yes. <laugh>, oh my God, accord, uh, corn Julio, uh, 1300 just tells me the course is too easy for a professional. Are there tournaments where the leaders struggle to shoot par?

Brian Friend (21:59):

Yes, there are tournaments where they struggle to shoot par. It’s usually not because the course is, is so hard that they can’t get a birdie. But it’s because of the, the difficulty of the course combined with the conditions. And, you know, keep in mind that, you know, these are like the range of scores in these tournaments from the top players in the tournament to the bottom player is often like 40 shots. So the winners might be somewhere around 30 or under par, and the last place players might be something like 10 over par. It’s an exponential scale. And the, and the guys at the top of the sport, there are more of them in there have ever been, but they are so good. And if you continue to push the level of the course to only challenge those players, then you’re gonna have a smaller field of people that can really even play the course.


It’s, to me, I think of it similar and there are conversations by the way of making the basket smaller as a, as an opportunity to, you know, de decrease some of the below par scoring, um, or prevent it. But, uh, I kind of think of it as a conversations that people have about the N B A, like for decades now I’ve heard this thing. Are they gonna make the basket 11 feet? Are they gonna put, make the court wider because the players are gotten bigger? Are they gonna expand the three point line? Which I think they did at one point by a little bit. But it’s like, you know, changes like that take time and don’t happen quickly. So I do think that fit course designers in general are aware of how good the players are and are trying to make more and more challenging courses, but there does need to be some kind of a, you know, within reason. Um, especially when you’re trying to have, you know, big events like this. There are small events that you know that only the certain players qualify for. And if you’re talking about the best 30 in the world, maybe it’d be an opportunity to try some things out.

Sevan Matossian (23:35):

I have no interest in the baskets being smaller from just the little bit I’ve seen so far. It, they’re fine. I agree. Uh, um, be, be, and we can get into that. We’ll see some shots today that kind of explain why, uh, Todd Meyer Savon, you tried getting any of the players you’re covering on the podcast. Yes, I’ve tried many. And it’s only a matter of time before one of ’em gets desperate and cracks. It’s the middle of the season, so I’m guessing maybe that’s why they’re not doing podcasts. I’m not sure what’s going on. I’ve gone haven’t got a response for one of these fucking ding Dons. But there was a uf uh, a professional fighter, Ty Emery that I’ve been trying to get on now for a couple months after she won a match. She lifted up her shirt and she flashed her titties and uh, she’s coming on the show in a couple weeks. So did you know that, uh, Caleb, did you see that?

Caleb Beaver (24:15):

I saw it pop up pretty cool. I didn’t realize that’s what she did, but so that’s super exciting.

Sevan Matossian (24:20):

Yeah. And she’s a great fighter. And she fever, uh, no, not flash, beaver flash titties

Caleb Beaver (24:25):

Little after the show.

Brian Friend (24:26):

No, I was saying it could be a, could be a possible name if he’s a little bit

Sevan Matossian (24:29):

Oh, flash beaver. Yes. That, that works.

Caleb Beaver (24:32):

That works. That’s good. That’s good.

Brian Friend (24:34):

You didn’t get my jokes Sava.

Sevan Matossian (24:35):

No, I didn’t, but I do now I something’s explained to you. I didn’t even understand that question. Mark meant questions.

Brian Friend (24:39):

Something you and your sister have in common.

Sevan Matossian (24:41):

Not right. Not getting jokes. <laugh>. Um, and uh, and I don’t know if you guys saw today, uh, Patrick Bed David, who was a guest on this show, uh, offered, uh, Tucker Carlson a five year, 100 million contract to be a permanent fixture over at attainment. Wow. Okay. We’ll talk about that tomorrow also. Uh,

Brian Friend (25:05):

Okay. I could speak to someone today who knows someone who works for the PD g a and has the potential to get me in touch with him.

Sevan Matossian (25:10):

Oh, with Patrick bet David,

Brian Friend (25:13):

No PD d g a professional Disc Golf Association. So we may, yeah.

Sevan Matossian (25:15):

Hey, we’ll take anyone at this time. We’ll take the guy who got hit in the head with the Frisbee <laugh>. We’ll take a fucking, like a guy wave the flag and says OB any, we’ll take a a, an interview with the only girl that’s ever actually attended one of these events, if there is one. Um, like we’ll take fucking anybody. You know what I should try to do? I should try to get one of the, um, uh, owners of one of these companies I didn’t think of, like the owner of ANOVA or Disc Craft the ceo. Oh, shit. Hey, are any is dis craft hockey

Brian Friend (25:43):

Traded Saw fascinating, fascinating video on Innova today.

Sevan Matossian (25:47):

Oh, send that to me.

Brian Friend (25:49):

I will, I will.

Sevan Matossian (25:50):

Uh, Kenneth de lab Savon says titties and everyone perks up. I was explaining to my kids, sorry, Brian, I was explaining to my kids, uh, yesterday they were asked for coconut milk and I said, never say that again. And they said, why? I said, call it coconut juice, coconut water, never coconut milk. They said, mom calls it coconut milk. I said, milk only comes from titties. That’s what milk is. That’s what makes milk. Milk comes from rat titties, cow titties, women titties. There’s no such thing as coconut fucking milk. Or, or, yeah. Nut juice. Thank you. Thank you. Nut juice is great, <laugh>, although, oh, I don’t know Rosie, I’m gonna have to like, let’s bring that up tomorrow. That’s a, you’ve opened up a can of worms, but yeah, it’s tit, it’s titty juice. You could do titty juice or milk, but, um, tell me, o oat milk, go fuck yourself. Almond milk, almond water, Frisbee milk. So I’m trying to bring it back to the show. You see that Brian?

Brian Friend (26:44):

Great turn. Great transition.

Sevan Matossian (26:45):

Okay. Hey, re you guys, this is really gonna be good. By the way. This is basically what you’re gonna see is the fi it’s, it’s the final 18 and these fucking guys are gonna go to war. And, uh, it’s basically Calvin Hein, the guy who’s, uh, currently, uh, you know, the, the greatest on the tour. And then the guy who’s probably, if you looked at the last two or three years, you could argue he’s the, been the greatest on the tour. Uh, I think Brian, didn’t you say this guy’s coming back from an injury or, or switching discs or both?

Brian Friend (27:09):

Uh, no. Eagle McMahon last year missed a majority of the season with an elbow injury. And he is, was prior to that famous for his forehand. Now he almost never throws s he’s working them in a little by little, but at this point, if you see ’em throw a forehand, it still is like, uh, kind of a shock to the system because he’s been avoiding it so much.

Sevan Matossian (27:33):

There’s a request to see my titties in the chat. That’s a first. I, I feel like, oh, we should commemorate this. Just look the way they move my shirt. <laugh>. Alright. Uh, okay. They are gonna go to war. Here we go. I tried to make this tight for you, Brian. Thank you. This is the second time Brian’s had to make a major adjustment, adjustment in the instructions, uh, given to me prior to the show. Uh, last week. He tried to adjust them and I made it worse. Let’s see, I, I’m feeling confident this week. Here we go. Hole one, uh, Jonesborough, uh, the battle between Eagle McMahon and Calvin Heiner. Same par par three less for Calvin. Yeah. Par, par 3, 470 feet, uh, Calvin with the birdie putt on hold one.

Brian Friend (28:19):

Yeah, it’s actually, it’s a really cool T shot. I’m disappointed you didn’t select any of the T shots.

Sevan Matossian (28:25):

Oh my God, we’re off to a rough start. Fuck. I feel my temperature rising. Go back to

Brian Friend (28:29):

The tee, like, yeah, this is fine. It’s, it’s Cory Ellis who’s throwing, which is okay, but it’s just a cool shot. I think this is a great way to start a tournament or a course. It’s a straight long shot. There’s not outta bounds, but there are things on either side that in the terms of the woods that you don’t want to hit. And these guys of course can throw this much distance and get it up there. This spot we saw Calvin in is a spot. He was in an all three rounds, and as you heard, the announcers say he missed the put short every time.

Sevan Matossian (28:54):

Uh, good audible, uh, Mr. Beaver, uh, Brian. So you saw him throw from the T and then where you see that lands, you see those orange things on the ground. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And that’s always a good sign. Right?

Brian Friend (29:05):

Those are the markers for circle one. And I think we talked about last year or last week that, that for this tournament, because it’s most of the, uh, t the pins are in open locations that we’ll see those more clearly marked than in some of the other like wooded courses.

Sevan Matossian (29:19):

So, so anytime you see that in the camera shot, you know that the guy’s close to the, uh, to the basket, usually within 30 to 60 feet of the basket,

Brian Friend (29:27):

Those are each 33 feet away.

Sevan Matossian (29:30):

Uh, okay. Uh, 6 54, uh, we didn’t get to see Eagle off the T, but here he is going for a putt. It’s a par three.

Brian Friend (29:39):

Yeah. And he’s got an uphill putt, which is generally good, but you see the wind is kind of all over the place. Yeah. And actually from the reverse angle, you’ll see that this, this is in the high left side of the chains. On days one and two, he had a lot of pet putts in the high left side of the chains that fell in. But on this one, the wind was blowing right to left and it just pushes it out the other side.

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