You are here because you’ve chosen my Twitter link, or you selected the link in the Senior Games Athlete Blogs section of the National Senior Games Association, or searched the web for info about horseshoe pitching.
This website is a blog which began in the Fall of 2007, when I first began pitching horseshoes. It is a chronology of my search to answer the question, “WHY?”. “WHY” did I miss and what could I do to stop it?
It has been a fascinating journey, generating hundreds of questions and answers and is a chronology of the last 6 years. Using some of the techniques described in this blog enabled me to go from a 0% to 60% ringer average in 2-1/2 seasons.
You might be interested in the slow motion videos on Youtube of horseshoe impacts, etc. Once on Youtube, search for “Photon713″ to see all available videos.
If you are beginner or pro, I will guarantee you will find something helpful to improve your ringer average.
If that statement challenges you, stick around and start at the Table of Contents, or my last completed Part 48 Drop Angle, which I consider to be the most important, yet, least understood aspect of horseshoe pitching.
You might want to check out my website at Hilfling Horseshoes. There is also a review of my printed 91 page spiral bound book entitled, “Horseshoe Pitching With Precision” or, sample content of the eReader version in Part 46 Amazon Sample Text.
When finished looking around, just hit the back button upper left, to return to your departure point. Thanks for looking, you’re welcome back at anytime.
I am always available to answer questions. E-mail me.