| By Jon Bolduc – Sun Journal |
NEW GLOUCESTER — It’s all in the wrist.
Speaking at the first Pineland Fling disc golf tournament for athletes with special needs, David Ellington, a client at Personal Onsite Development in Auburn, said positioning a disc under the wrist results in a straight disc throw.
“If you do it over your wrist, you get more air, but if you do it under, it goes wherever you want,” said Ellington, a resident of Mechanic Falls.
About 40 athletes from local group homes and day programs showed up to the Pineland disc golf course Friday morning.