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Winter bag

Postby gratefuldisc » Sun Nov 02, 2008 9:37 pm

So my primary local course is closed for the year. Damn you changing seasons..

The local year round course is very tight and woodsy, with almost no open distance. I have been thinking about putting my carolina full of wraiths, roadrunners, teerex, white rocs, etc... away for the winter and start a winter, back-to-basics, bag.

I was thinking of filling my old innova standard bag with a few new DX teebirds, a few new dx rocs (no white), and my usual putters and hack around the woods once every week or two for the winter and try to re-learn a few things. I figure that come spring, my game will be better and I'll have some nicely beaten plastic to put into my summer bag. I'm not really worried about being competative or having a disc for every shot. Going for ultra-minimalism, 7 discs 3 molds... Any thoughts or suggestions?
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Re: Winter bag

Postby dgdave » Sun Nov 02, 2008 9:51 pm

Definately do-able. 2 TB, 2-3 Rocs, 2-3 Putters. Maybe just a FB or Pred if the wind kicks up big
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Re: Winter bag

Postby MR. WICK » Mon Nov 03, 2008 1:48 pm

gratefuldisc wrote:So my primary local course is closed for the year. Damn you changing seasons..

The local year round course is very tight and woodsy, with almost no open distance. I have been thinking about putting my carolina full of wraiths, roadrunners, teerex, white rocs, etc... away for the winter and start a winter, back-to-basics, bag.

I was thinking of filling my old innova standard bag with a few new DX teebirds, a few new dx rocs (no white), and my usual putters and hack around the woods once every week or two for the winter and try to re-learn a few things. I figure that come spring, my game will be better and I'll have some nicely beaten plastic to put into my summer bag. I'm not really worried about being competative or having a disc for every shot. Going for ultra-minimalism, 7 discs 3 molds... Any thoughts or suggestions?

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