keltik wrote:that is one of the few where the difference is night and day. DC actually gets credit for being the first dg company to realize that different plastics have different flights in the same mold.
allsport1313 wrote:What's all the rage with DX Teebirds? Worth trying if I like Teebirds?
Thunderchumpy wrote: I don't have a ton of cash, and all my DG buddies say to buy max weight shit for distance,
Thunderchumpy wrote:So this thread is fantastic. I too have small hands and can't seem to grip the wide stuff well. My longest disc is a beat PD, which I can get to 370-380'. Just behind that is my 1.1 SOLF, and then a Z-XS. All of these are max weight.
Should I be trying some lighter weights? I don't have a ton of cash, and all my DG buddies say to buy max weight shit for distance, and since I'm a noob I listen to whatever anyone says. Most of the courses I play I don't need an absolute bomber disc, but I would love something somewhat overstable that I can get 20 more feet from.
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