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View Poll Results: Favorite Disc Golf Company!!
Innova 109 37.59%
Discraft 46 15.86%
MVP 23 7.93%
Vibram 6 2.07%
Gatway 6 2.07%
Prodigy 8 2.76%
Latitude 64 63 21.72%
Ching 2 0.69%
Lightning 4 1.38%
Legacy 15 5.17%
Quest 4 1.38%
Millennium 4 1.38%
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Old 07-16-2013, 11:58 PM
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Westside, Dynamic Discs, and Discmania were not included because I just thought you could choose the parent company.
I assume the same goes for DGA?
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Old 07-16-2013, 11:58 PM
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dont see lightning. im leaving this thread.
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dont see lightning. im leaving this thread.
Lightning was an option to vote for
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Old 07-17-2013, 12:17 AM
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I assume the same goes for DGA?
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I included it.
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Old 07-17-2013, 12:19 AM
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I went with discraft, dga would have been second
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Old 07-17-2013, 12:21 AM
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Wizard > Challenger Seriously try a Wizard, Challengers are good but Wizards are better.
I love my Challenger for approaches/upshots, and while I won't knock the Wizard, I like the overstability of the Challenger - it just feels right and effortless to me. Perhaps the most "instinctive to throw disc" in my bag. That kind of head clearing ability to not have to think about your shot (and the confidence that comes with it) is priceless. If the Wizard (or any disc) gives you that, then you know what I mean.

For actually putting, I use an APX- quite a bit less stability than either the Challenger or Wizard - fits my putting style as well as the Challenger fits my upshot style. But I think I could use a Summit with little time to adapt.
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Old 07-17-2013, 12:21 AM
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Legacy. I am not in love with all their molds, but the Rival and PAtriot are enough for me.

Sweet Stamps.

Great Plastic.

Great company.
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Old 07-17-2013, 12:27 AM
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Why is Millennium on the list? Is Innova not the parent company?
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Old 07-17-2013, 12:28 AM
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I love my Challenger for approaches/upshots, and while I won't knock the Wizard, I like the overstability of the Challenger - it just feels right and effortless to me. Perhaps the most "instinctive to throw disc" in my bag. That kind of head clearing ability to not have to think about your shot (and the confidence that comes with it) is priceless. If the Wizard (or any disc) gives you that, then you know what I mean.

For actually putting, I use an APX- quite a bit less stability than either the Challenger or Wizard - fits my putting style as well as the Challenger fits my upshot style. But I think I could use a Summit with little time to adapt.
Stick with whatever works for you, I was just giving you a hard time with the Wizard comment. I threw the Challenger for awhile but it just didn't work with my putting style. So now I'm having trouble deciding between the Wizard & KC Aviar. So days I'm on with the Aviars some days I'm on with the Wizards. I know I need to stick to just one mold but idk which one. I love how the SSS Wizard feels in my hand but I've heard many times that harder putters are better b/c they release more consistently than soft putters so I'm more leaning towards the KCs.
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Old 07-17-2013, 12:29 AM
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Why is Millennium on the list? Is Innova not the parent company?
Yes, Millennium is a sister company to Innova.
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