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Old 12-12-2012, 06:37 PM
badsmurph badsmurph is offline
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Also if you do throw Drivers don't throw high speed discs. ( too much margin for error and that extra speed means extra distance off that tree into woods.)Throw leopards, teebirds, sidewinders. You usually want something that is going to flip up flat. I don't understand the disc down talk, I notice a lot of players at my local course, Glen Hilton (heavy woods) who think since a hole is under 250 they should be throwing a midrange or putter when really the shot is shaped for a driver at slower speeds. Sometimes you have to suck up your Pride and throw a Firebird on a 190 ft hole.
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