Crosseyed0811 wrote:I'm actually looking to finally commit to playing with 3 discs for an extended period of time. Normally when I try this I wind up sticking with it for 2 rounds tops. I'm going Aviar, Roc, Leopard... And I'm gonna stay with that for a while. Just committed to this today...
Yeah, I need to do that too. I played for a long time with just a driver and a putter, then a driver, putter and mid, now I got a bag of about 15 discs that I carry . Most of them I don't throw at all.
I could easily get away with three discs. As someone else mentioned, when they played with just a few discs their score didn't go up. You don't get the chance for as many birdies, but you will play more consistently.
It's easy to get caught up in the specialised disc idea. However, it's pretty much a silly idea. I do use them , but don't need them. Currently, if I am at a 200'ish hole with a curve to the right, I will throw my Leopard RHBH with some good snap and it just anhyzers towards the right. I used to just throw my Teebird or TL RHFH less than full power and get the same result, if not better.
All the specialty discs are nice, but I sometimes think I am hurting my game. Too much stuff to remember. This disc flies like this, this one like that, don't overpower this one, etc etc.
The old adage still applies. I need to implement it a bit more .
DX Birdie 175g, Champion Cobra 165g, Champion TL 170g, VIP Sword 175g , RHBH , RHFH , RHOH
Dump truck wrote:And oh yeah(for ref). Do to the context of my skill in windy conditions I can throw either 150 class or 175g putters 700 ft with pinpoint accuracy