Hi Mike, My name is Chuck. I had been looking for a way to message you and tracked you down through this site. I had commented last week, asking you how to tell the difference in 1st and 2nd run Shocks. I REALLY enjoyed all of your videos on youtube. You have such amazing perfect throwing form on your grip and release. I wanted to try and pick your brain some if you don't mind to try and improve my throwing.
Btw, i noticed your post on entering tournaments. From watching your videos I would consider you to be a pro level 1000 rated player for sure. No intermediate players can even throw 400-500 ft and not many advanced players can get 500 feet. I good way to compare is to go on the pdga site and find a tournament results page for a course you have played. See if you can look at their round ratings and see how your scores compare with a round from the same tees and pin placements if possible. Different weather conditions but it should give you an idea of how you compare.
hey mike. I was just wondering what volts you have found to be the most over stable? Im in love with 171 lime for dead nuts straight and my 169 blank white for turn over now i just need to find an over stable compliment. What color is what im looking for. Thanks
So I picked up an Anode and was floored. It was everything I wanted the warlock to be. I still have some release errors with it (it is a little funky) and it does seem to pop out of the basket in weird ways. But it has already replaced my challengers. My question is, do you stick with the Anode or do you go back to the Ion. I want a little more stability out of a putter. But all of the stuff that the anode can pull off just makes it hard to pass up.
Thoughts on how you would use a Anode over the Ion or Ion over the Anode. Also, the is the Axis really that close to the Anode in terms of stability? The anode does some really cool stuff.
Hey just wanted to send out reminders about the Battle for the Border meet, June 1st-3rd. Let us know if you can make it, it's going to be a great time with a lot of golf and a lot of courses to choose from.
Do you still have the sss magic? I'm down for it $7 shipped. Can you send more pics, especially ink so I can see how much? Also, you say it is more SS or S but is it still tacky/grippy? I like firm but not like champion or star firm for a putter.
your inspirational man, ohh and BTW ive been skateboarding for almost 10 years now too and that tip totally clicked in my head when u said it on ur video, thank u so much, i never would have thought of that
Your videos are really great, fun and helpful to watch. I just watched your beginner tips video and I wanted to say thank you, it was very helpful to me, as I am in my first year of disc golf. Will have to give my PDs a break and stick to lower speed stuff, thanks for the advice!