JR wrote:Wow i've beaten in one Pro Destro and it flips a lot still having Wraith like fade so absolutely miles away from the straightest or straightest finishing disc i've seen. You most have trashed that Destro. How long did it take i mean it could be a while before you could replace it if you beat another one as much. Which could be hard to do with all the other drivers.
I was not joking about doing one disc rounds with all of those discs because it illuminates the strengths and weaknesses of different classes of discs but also each individual disc too.
Well said.....I've only been playing about a year and I do play with a group. But, the person that's closest to me in age is 51...I'm 54. The rest are in their 30's and yes, 20's. Do they throw far? Yup... Do we play from the back tees? Yup... I don't have the distance because yeah, I'm older..and because of an unrepairable detatched bicep (from years of weight training) of my throwing arm but no matter. I can get it out close to 300 so I'll live with it. So, I've taken a different attitude about the whole deal. When I was younger I played a lot of "stick" golf...and hit the ball a mile. I played with some older guys and they destroyed me around the greens...their approaches and short game were phenomenal. So that's what I'm doing now...working on accuracy in approaches and putting. Also, since I can't throw an effective forehand because of the injury I have discs that I can move either way to compensate for it. In doing so my scores have dropped quite a bit so in my own way I'm keeping up with the kids. Besides, there's nothing more satisfying than seeing the look in their eyes when they have been bested by an old guy.
So, I guess I'm saying the same thing you are...."dance with who brung ya" and make the most of what you do have. Work on technique, accuracy, "trouble" shots and putting. Then, go out and surprise people!
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