Thread: [Question] Minimalist advantage?
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Old 11-19-2012, 10:55 AM
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Originally Posted by garublador View Post
The advantage when you're learning is that it forced you to learn more shots with fewer discs. Once you get good at throwing all lines (or are happy with your line shaping skills) with just a few discs then it's worth considering some specialty discs for the reasons discspeed has given. I think sometimes people make it out to be a lot more complicated than it really needs to be.
This is why I'm glad it took me a long time to find this site. I spent several years playing with three discs and making them fit the lines I needed instead of carrying a disc for each hole (which I did for the most part after finding this site before again settling on a core of versatile discs with a couple specialty discs sprinkled in for good measure).
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