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  1. chain-addicted
    01-23-2012 11:32 PM
    chain-addicted
    Somewhat, now that I have less hours. You still have my # right?... Hit me up.
  2. sloppydisc
    01-23-2012 11:03 PM
    sloppydisc
    Possibly a quick stop next week. You pretty flexible for a round??
  3. chain-addicted
    01-23-2012 10:21 PM
    chain-addicted
    What's up old man? When you comin' back to Charlotte?
  4. Connor Jones
    12-26-2011 11:21 AM
    Connor Jones
    Just found out I can make it to buckhorn if you're interested?
  5. sloppydisc
    11-05-2011 08:20 PM
    sloppydisc
    Now what did I do?? I must have upset one of your knitting buddies. I've even been low-key and polite lately. Where have you been? Still doing the commute from hell?
  6. U_NICED_ME
    11-05-2011 08:09 PM
    U_NICED_ME
    OMG....I <3 u!!! I wondered how the political scene was playing out on DGCR!
  7. chain-addicted
    11-04-2011 10:43 PM
    chain-addicted
    "Bring me some beer to that meet-up at Fox Chase this weekend."

  8. BrotherDave
    09-23-2011 08:28 PM
    BrotherDave
    Axis vs Core results: They would definitely overlap. Tested them against each other @ Wellspring where hitting gaps is more essential. The Core was up and down for me, I'd either hit a tree right off the fairway or buzz the basket (got a cubby ace on #5). The Axis was super consistent, practically putting me in good putting range every time if I wasn't parked. The only problem with the Axis if anything is it glided too much. Flight wise, the Axis is noticeably faster, it just wants to pop out your hand. It holds straight and anny lines much better whereas the Core wants to fade back. The Core has a tad more fad and has better late flight fade. To me, the one thing the Core did better than the Axis would be better suited for a Pain anyway. Axis is just worldclass. Seems to power down easier than the Core too but I didn't have to use them for typical midrange shots b/c I kept parking holes so much with them.
  9. sloppydisc
    08-31-2011 04:09 PM
    sloppydisc
    Hope they flew perfectly. Sometimes the right disc makes all the difference.
  10. chain-addicted
    08-30-2011 11:26 PM
    chain-addicted
    Thanks for those discs that you dropped off to me at work. I owe you partner.

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  • About sloppydisc
    Biography
    Travel the SE for work, so will play anywhere, anytime.
    Location
    Raleigh, NC
    Interests
    disc / roadbike
    Occupation
    sales
    DGCR ID
    3887
    Year Started
    2008
    Month Started
    12
    Courses Played
    196
  • Signature
    "Thumbers are for cheaters"

    - Schweb

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  • Join Date: 03-18-2009

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