I don't know if this has been discussed here already, but does anyone of you have some idea how to find your disc in 6-10" snow?
We have a German Tour event this weekend and it has snowed pretty badly over the last few days after the snow had been melted away completely. I can find discs easily when I play where no footsteps and other stuff is in the snow, because you can find the point where your discs has entered the snow easily (it even works with golfballs...)
Now, when 68 people have played the hole before I did, and I don't hit a spot where 20 people have already been walking, is there an easy way to find your disc? I have read about some guys putting on little stripes of duct tape which goes of the disc without needing much force. When the discs goes in the snow you could easily see the tape. Is that legal in tournament play and/or does is affect the disc's flight? I'm not at the level where I can tell the difference between the disc turning 1° more or less or going 10" further/shorter, but I can certainly tell when my Vector starts flying like my Axis or the other way round because of the duct tape.
Ah, and maybe I should leave my white discs at home...