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  1. basketcase15
    05-31-2011 11:13 AM
    hahahahha nice man, dude ive been dyeing to know what that songs are playing in the background of that vid, it sounds like it could maybe be one artist, please helppppppp lol, and so u still have that pulse? id love to grab that disc
  2. basketcase15
    05-30-2011 07:09 PM
    yo and are u the dude with the box fan dyeing apparatus video on youtube? im the guy that recognized chairman bob lol
  3. basketcase15
    05-30-2011 07:07 PM
    yo its defiantly worth the trek, me and my buddys did a 3 course run to vollrath park in sheboygan, silver creek park in manitowoc, and then winter park in kewaunee, it was epic
  4. juanbond
    05-18-2011 11:34 AM
    Yep, I'm glad someone got the 311 reference!
  5. cfair
    04-08-2011 04:39 PM
    I have to go (but anyway use those questions to start thinking about what you like and then you can investigate the variations).
  6. cfair
    04-08-2011 04:38 PM
    The Q&A is simply this:
    1) Do you like a stiff, firm, or floppy putter?
    2) Do you like a grippy or smooth putter?
    3) Do you like overstable or understable putters?
    4) Do you like Beads or no Beads?
    5) Do you like Shallow, deep, or in between rims on putters?
    6) Do you like premium plastic or baseline plastic?

    Now number 6 is tricky because premium plastic in putters isn't often a good idea but there are some people who use Crystal Challengers, Gold Line Pure's, and other such top end putters. It is often advised that baseline (DX, Pro D, KC, JK, Zero, M, S, SS, SSS, and such are used).

    The questions can also be easily answered if you know your putting style (spin or push) as most spin putters like understable, soft, grippy putters and most push putters like firm, beaded, stable to overstable putters.

    The process to figuring this all out by trial and error involves buying some discs that represent the categories. I can explain this more later for you but for now.
  7. cfair
    04-07-2011 12:13 PM
    so do you feel like you have gotten a satisfactory response in your putter thread? I'm just asking because I have a quick and easy Q&A/process that helps pick putters wonderfully.
  8. C. Chainbangin
    03-29-2010 06:55 PM
    C. Chainbangin
    did u get the pics, what do u think?

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  • About ThomasOrion
    Started playing disc golf as a sophmore in college, hooked ever since.
    Saint Paul, MN
    Music: guitar, drums. DiscGolf. Tennis, basketball, raquetball, volleyball, chillin, comedy...fun
    Healthcare - English teacher to the Korean kids
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    DynamicDiscs-Commander: Iridium/Serpent/Pa3/Pa4/Atom/Envy/Harp/A1/M4/Buzzz/BuzzzOS/Patriot/F5/T3
    /Valkyrie/TD/Wrath/Pulse/Firebird/Tern/Thrasher/Trespass/Defy/Stiletto . Aces: 26 (Most Recent: Hole 4 Wabun -Par2 Pa3)


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