Drowsy wrote:A simple addition to your sig, with something like this would be hugely helpful -
Max / Destroyer 425 | Controlled / Teebird 375 | 12 years
While this sounds good in theory, I have to agree with others that it would not really be helpful. Here's why...Not many people measure their distances with actual measuring tools, more often it's based on the holes they can reach at their home course. Course distances are often either wrong or deceiving due to elevation changes/forced lines based on obstacles. So the distances aren't that helpful. Years playing is also quite arbitrary. I've seen people who have played 20 years and not expanded their game outside of their initial skill set, and a few others that seem to grasp the sport nearly in it's entirety within a year or two of picking it up. Some play 3 rounds a day, some 3 days a week, and others 3 days a month...
Individual throwing style is also a huge factor, especially since it is hard to self evaluate. You will find many players identical in overall scoring ability/distance/experience can throw the same disc and describe it very differently.