coldy13 wrote:I'll bring my soccer bag either way for dry socks, clothes and drinks but I've never had more than 5 discs on the course and I don't know if more will help me or if I'll just think more about the discs instead of how to throw them
JHern wrote:For a time I played using a beat up backpack I got as a hand-out at a conference. It was beat up, but held 5-6 discs in one packet, and up to 2 6-packs in the main pocket, which was nice. But my desire to have more discs soon began to compete with my desire to have more discs on the course.
My lady noticed the absurdity of this situation long before I did (women usually do, don't they?), and bought me a PDGA tour bag for Christmas...I love it! I pack about 15 discs for a round, and can simultaneously carry a 6-pack in the big side pockets and part of the interior as well as some proper water in the insulated side pouch. This is a killer set up and a huge improvement.
It isn't the end game for me though. I've seen some cool rigs out on the course, many based on jogging strollers and set up with disc holders and even tunes. So I went on craigslist and found a killer jogging stroller for $20...it is collapsible, has bmx tires, and has parking brakes and all. So I plan to mount my 2-case capacity cooler onto it for extra long days/outings to several courses. My PDGA bag will also readily attach to it, along with collapsible camping stools that can be pulled out when there are long waits sans benches. I might even figure out a way to have a little table drop down from it for munchie breaks and such.
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