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Best Dyeable for Beginners

Postby JohnnyBighead » Wed Jun 18, 2008 10:29 pm

Just a quick question guys...I think it would be best answered here.

I have introduced a group of kids to disc golf and we have mostly been playing urban courses with ultimate discs.

they want to get into it more but want to play some real courses around town.
i also have them hooked into doing some disc dyeing.

what should i get them to have a good beginners disc that will dye well and not bleed super bad over time?

I have tried searching and cross referencing the best of winners but i havent found a whole lot.

How about a Comet Elite-X for a beginner driver?

What about a putter? they probably wont need one i guess, but they will probably want one. i see that the Gateway Wizard S has a tough label to get off but is it dyeable and how is it for beginners?

I know i am all over the place but maybe you can help me out!

Thanks for everything!!
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Postby marmoset » Thu Jun 19, 2008 5:19 am

I think Comets are great beginners' discs.
Also Sharks and Coyotes.
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Postby Midnightbiker » Thu Jun 19, 2008 11:17 am

Star Coyotes dye great. I have to of them. They are very great discs for beginners, they even make decent putters. The downside is, they can be a little pricey.
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Postby JohnnyBighead » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:12 pm

thanks for the tips guys,

which holds the dye better,

Star or Champion?

I think ive seen that champion hold the dye better over time...
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