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Old 09-25-2008, 09:13 AM
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Also, try to get the discs in pretty girl colors like pink and purple. My daughters always gravitated towards those, regardless of the mold.
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Old 09-25-2008, 10:53 AM
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Color is definately a concern....
She's all into red and black right now..
red stand for her viola.
red gi for karate.
wants red everything for DG...


Yeah- she's a busy girl. but, she's learning.
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Old 09-25-2008, 12:08 PM
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Three Putt- never thought of duplicating my bag for her so she can play what I play. That's a good bonding idea too..
I look at time on the course with my kid as her time. She plays disc golf for the same reason she watches drag racing with me. She doesn't really like either one and would rather be playing with Barbie's, but she is trying to connect with me. I'm hoping she will develop an actual interest in disc golf in time, but to do that I have to encourage her. There is nothing really encouraging about throwing a 30 ft shot with a Shark that your Dad said you HAD to throw instead of your Cheetah when he threw HIS driver 300+ ft up close to the pin. It gives her a better perspective of what she should be trying to do if I throw my mid.

It would have worked better in the beginning if I had gotten her a 150 Wizard and a 150 Roc, but she has it figured out now. If she actually seemed interested on her own, it probably would not be as important
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Old 09-25-2008, 05:24 PM
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The tee-rex is going to make her very frustrated. That disc is quite over-stable if you don't have much power to throw.
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