keltik wrote:why do people that can only throw a Nuke SS 250 feet shoot better scores than I do?
I just don't have the time or the freedom to play serious practice rounds. I can't get out of work in time to make it to any leagues. I got kids to feed. I just don't want to resign myself to playing rec/novice until I age out into Masters. I feel like I should be better than I am. I guess I'm wrong.
JHern wrote:If your putter isn't your favorite disc, get a new putter.
Hoey wrote:First off, I feel like I'm a pretty good player, but I have a hard time actually doing well when it counts. I feel that some percentage of that is due to not completely understanding (inside and out) the discs I'm throwing.
When I worked at Marshall Street I was constantly trying out all the new discs that came in because, well, they were new and shiny... but I felt like I should know the discs customers would ask me about. Duh right?
I guess I'm finally coming to the point in my disc golf career, where I'm just gonna hunker down, and find the right molds that work in my best interests. It's kind of a no brainer, but it's hard with the temptation of trying out new technology... plus there's like what, a dozen or more options for each "slot" in your bag? With so many good companies out there producing so many competent models, how in the world are we supposed to find the ones that work best for us?
Perhaps someone has already been in this position and can offer some sort of insight?
7ontheline wrote:Hoey, once your settle on the molds you feel confident have your slots covered, my suggestion is to get several backups (hopefully in the same run) so you'll have plenty others to cycle through.
Keltik, kids do make it harder. Be happy and remember to do "it" while you can because one day you won't be able to.
So... my wife plays a lot of sand volleyball, like everyday. She's smoking'. Back off knuckleheads Anyways, we have a pool and are only a few minutes from the sand courts and her hot bikini girlfriends are always coming over to hang out, drink a few adult beverages, and let their hair down after a sweaty workout.
Sounds like no problem, right? Well... on second thought Hoey some slots may only ever need one driver
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Frank Delicious wrote:I've already hunkered down and decided to keep my molds the same for a few years now. The only disc I am thinking of replacing long run is the SOLF because the newer runs are all over the place. I have 4 1.3s and none of them fly the same. I have a bunch of 1.1 back ups but down the road has to be considered so right now I am trying out the starfire and hoping for the volt to work also.
The last major change to the bag was going back to aviars from wizards after I decided it was too much of a hassle to get good wizards when aviars are easy to come by.
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