Frank Delicious wrote:Also I bet the Tourney Line discs you are suggesting would cost $3+ more per disc as the manufacturer would have say it is added labor and blah blah blah to produce and inspect those discs.
JR wrote:Rules. A never ending bog that never satisfies everyone or covers every possible situation. How large are the official rules of golf these days? A friend of a friend order that and it is a thick book. Rules for events that might have happened centuries ago but could still happen any day. My friend took a look at it and said there's a rule stating what to do if the ball gets stuck in the coat of a sheep that walks away...
I'm curious too, and perhaps someone at Discraft could say - I wonder if they use stickers that say "172-174" as a way of denoting that they aren't specifying exactly what the weight is? You could argue that this puts the responsibility on the player to verify the weight (if they care and have the means to do so).
discspeed wrote:I think this is just so they can approximate the weight of a run of discs without having to weight each one individually.
keltik wrote:I think ZAM had the right idea.
dgdave wrote:Listen to ZAM.
i post things at facebook.com/PostIDjsun3thousand wrote:zam is already in your pants.
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