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Old 07-31-2019, 11:56 PM
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Originally Posted by brutalbrutus View Post
I started out as one of those people too. Using found discs and playing the local pitch and putts. Then one day it occurred to me that I had $400+ strapped to my back, lol...


...though that's still only a third of what was hanging on my shoulders at the golf course.
I'm such a minimalist. I usually carry 9 discs (and could easily do with 5). A couple are DX plastic, and most were bought used. I use a $20-$30 backpack that someone else converted. I don't own a disc golf cart, and I don't carry a stool or chair. That means I generally have less than $100 on my back on the disc golf course. Again, I know I am in the minority. That is part of the appeal of disc golf as well: I can play my way with minimal equipment.

I have a feeling that if I played golf, my approach would be about the same, but I would have $400 with me instead of $100.

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