jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.
Jesse B 707 wrote:3 Vicodin smashed up,pint of quality tequilla,gram of coke,box of nitrous,and at least an 8th of dank
discspeed wrote:Jesse B 707 wrote:3 Vicodin smashed up,pint of quality tequilla,gram of coke,box of nitrous,and at least an 8th of dank
I didn't think it would take 4 pages to get such a response.
Tossin' in Memphis wrote:Guys...
.....Elaborate on the Elite X buzzz for a moment. I understand that one should avoid trees obviously, but what about the stability and flight, etc. Talk positive for me if you can!
Tossin' in Memphis wrote:While were talking about buzzzes, why not the Pro-D? I understand they are going to beat in and all but what is the flight like? I noticed that there is a pro on the Dcraft page that only throws them in Pro-D?
smarkquart wrote:FLX Buzzes are great. They will hold any line like most other Buzzzes, they glide a little better than a Z, and have so little ricochet when you nail tree. Since the FLX plastic is nearly indestructible, when I need it bounce off the ground, hard hyzer into the ground and then take a ninety degree turn, I can trust that it will not be damage and will maintain its flight characteristics time after time. This is really handy considering how many wooded courses we have around here.
I do not know about other Buzzzes, but when I need a dead accurate tomahawk at 180 to 220 feet, I always use the FLX Buzzz.
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