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View Poll Results: How do you night disc?
LEDs 24 42.86%
Glow Discs 23 41.07%
Glow sticks taped to your disc 0 0%
Other 9 16.07%
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Old Yesterday, 03:15 PM
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What do you use for night disc golf

No real story or anything. Just curious what you guys use for night golf?
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I voted Glow discs but I also sometimes use leds or glow sticks taped to the disc.

Gonna try some of that uv tape as soon as I can.
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3 of the 4 options are applicable for me, but I can't pick multi-options in the poll.
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I voted glow discs but I just bought the UV duct tape today as well.
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Red LED stuck to a pancake battery stuck to the underside of a champion disc with packing tape. Nothing fancy. Maintains your night vision. Lasts for weeks.
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i use glow in the dark duct tape on my glow discs. because my glow discs dont hold a charge worth ****. and the tape actually does
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I'm a glow purist. Glow discs only and after an extensive search, I've been able to duplicate my day bag.
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after an extensive search, I've been able to duplicate my day bag.
This is my ultimate goal, but I am not good enough to commit to certain discs in my day bag let alone double all of them in more expensive glow plastic. Right now I am just buying my favorite daytime discs in glow plastic.
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I usually use a combination of glow discs and LEDs with nothing on my putting putter. I am really interested in the glow tape though.
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i am a minimalist when i use my glow "bag"

i actually dont even use a bag. i just bring out a fairway, mid and putter. usually only score a few strokes above what i usually do.

my buddy has a good strategy, he uses a putter, zombie for a nice tweener of mid and fairway, and a distance driver. i might start to use that but i do not play too many night rounds
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