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Postby Tanner » Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:31 am

New disc golfer here. First, a bit of background. I've been a bike mechanic at a shop for two years, where we also sell disc golf discs/ultimate discs, and I've never played. I played ultimate for 5 years before, so I figured I should at least TRY disc golf. So, my boss took me out one afternoon to Yulga (Anyone been there?) in Stevens Point.

I became hooked. Terribly. Disc golf has pretty much taken over my life. And I like it.

I've been playing for a few months now, and hopefully many more in the future.

In my bag:

DX Beast - 172g
Elite Z Xpress - 172g
Champ TeeBird - 171g
Leopard - 171g

Elite Z Breeze - 171g
DX Gazelle - 168g

Pro-D Soft Magnet - 162g
DX Classic Roc - 165g

So, that's all I guess I have to say. If any of you happen to drive through Plover, WI, stop in at the gas station Pump and Pedal. You'll find me in the back working on bikes and gazing over the myriad of discs that we have. Feel free to say hi.

Mods, I apologize if this is in the wrong forum. Couldn't find a different place to post this.
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Postby zealot » Mon Aug 14, 2006 1:04 am

hey welcome to the forums

take me up on this challenge please

go out and play with only your teebird, gazelle, roc, and magnet. (or switch one of those out for something similar) play 2 rounds and if the second isnt one of your best yet ill paypal you two dollars

enjoy your stay :o
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Postby Weebl » Mon Aug 14, 2006 7:34 am

Welcome, it's always great to have new faces appear. I became hooked from the start as well, enjoy your stay. :P
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Postby TexasOutlaw » Thu Aug 17, 2006 10:41 am

Welcome to DG. Focus on learning your discs. Out of what you have, the gazelle and maybe leopard would be the best start.

Once you learn then, they will probably be well broken in, so you will also understand disc break in.
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Postby presidio hills » Fri Aug 18, 2006 1:22 am

take lock-off up on his offer! even if it's windy that day.
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