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View Poll Results: What type of tournament stamped discs are you most likely to buy?
Elite Z (Avenger, Avenger SS, Flash, Force) 3 16.67%
Elite Z (Surge, Surge SS, Buzz, Comet) 11 61.11%
Elite X (Avenger, Buzz, Soft Challenger, Stratus) 1 5.56%
150 Class (Elite X surge, ESP Avenger, ESP Flick, ESP Impact) 2 11.11%
Elite Z Fly Dye (Avenger, Predator, Wasp, XL) 2 11.11%
ESP (Meteor, Preadator, Force, Pulse, Zone) 5 27.78%
ESP FLX (Avenger, Buzz, Challenger, Predator, Surge) 5 27.78%
Pro D (Avenger, Buzz, Challenger, Magnet, Soft Magnet) 3 16.67%
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Old 04-24-2009, 11:42 AM
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Tournament discs you would buy

So we are setting up a tournament this summer and we are doing the disccraft tournament package http://www.discraft.com/dgeventsponsorship.html
to get some tourney stamped discs. There will probably be a good mix of beginners and vets at this tourney so I would like to see what types of discs we should buy for our package to sell and to give away as prizes. Intial thoughts are getting Crystal challengers and Buzzzes for sure because you really can't buy those anywhere else. Other than that give us some ideas.

Oh and this tourney is sponsored by the city and a foundation in town so we're not exactly sure what type of budget we get so don't get too crazy...

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Old 04-24-2009, 11:48 AM
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Are you hotstamping or full color or both? Usually people don't throw the full colors so it doesn't really matter what disc you use. We got buzzzs and surges in full color.

We got some hotstamps through innova. DGA is a really good company to go through. They really hook up payout prizes. They hotstamp and can put your full color logo in the center of their own disc logo. (It's about a 4 inch radius)

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Old 04-24-2009, 11:52 AM
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We're hot stamping, something not too distracting, the options are just there to give you some ideas of what our choices are.
Here's the full list http://www.discraft.com/forms/customgolfdiscs.pdf
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I think, by the fourms, the Buzzz is a pretty popular choice. I like the feel of the cryZtal ones. Like you said you can't get them regularly.
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If you make any tournament Soft Magnets, I want one.
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Hypothetically, I would be interested in a Soft Magnet or a Crystal Buzz.
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The soft magnet could be a possibilty, If we do get any I'll pm you for sure
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I'm not for certain on this, but I think Discraft will let you mix and match different plastics amongst the same mold as long as you have 25 pieces. Certain molds tend to go better in certain types of plastic. A lot of players around here tend to like the Z plastic for overstable drivers, and the ESP for other types of drivers and midranges. About the only thing I see offered in D plastic are putters.
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Are you hotstamping or full color or both? Usually people don't throw the full colors so it doesn't really matter what disc you use. We got buzzzs and surges in full color.

We got some hotstamps through innova. DGA is a really good company to go through. They really hook up payout prizes. They hotstamp and can put your full color logo in the center of their own disc logo. (It's about a 4 inch radius)

Dude!!! I want 1 of those!!! Hit me up if ya know where I can purchace a Buzz like that?
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