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I was retrieving my drive on hole 17 at my local course, and sitting two feet away lying perfectly clear and open on top of the rough was this goblin. It was so obvious it was there that I checked around for five minutes to see if anyone was playing any of the surronding holes. They weren't, there's no identifying info, so I took it.
Does anyone throw this thing? What can I expect (yes, I know I can go out and practice, but I can't until tomorrow and I want to know what it does!)?
- Tree Magnet
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- Joined: Wed May 31, 2006 6:45 am
My dad throws one. He likes it for long putts. I threw it and turned it over. It seemed to have a lot of glide.
- MMMM drop your juicy 'maters in my gaping maw
- Posts: 635
- Joined: Tue Jul 25, 2006 2:07 pm
- Location: Western Illinois
- Favorite Disc: Challenger
its kinda fragile in the wind but holds any line perfect. they're ok for short approaches or if you want to use just one disc. i definately prefer the skeeter/coyote/shark over the goblin.
- 1000 Rated Poster
- Posts: 1374
- Joined: Wed Jul 19, 2006 12:49 pm
- Location: Canton, Ohio
- Favorite Disc: Pro Rhyno
mids generally aren't meant to fly straight on distances below 100'.
if it "holds a line" on shots shorter than that, it means it is understable.
putters are the ideal discs under 150'.
- Super Sekret Technique Jedi
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- Joined: Mon May 31, 2004 12:44 am
- Location: Minneapolis
i got one when it first came out. trust me, no one lost it, they left it
- Fairway Surgeon
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- Joined: Thu Apr 27, 2006 7:51 am
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