JR wrote:Without DGR stamped discs there are too many standard good oldies in the bags of disc golfers that DGR bag does not differentiate so much from the bag of an experienced player. At least to the point of being a good indicator of a DGR member. We are a heterogenic bunch for whom a proper bag varies a lot depending on power and experience level. We have anything from beginners to people who have thrown for decades.
discmonkey42 wrote:I get what you are saying, but if I came up on someone who had a pred, sword, pd, td, mvp mids and an anode, I'd have to ask if they come here. There are definitely a good number of discs that get a disproportionate amount of love on this site.
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