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Old 11-19-2019, 03:00 PM
jtowneagle jtowneagle is offline
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I am in favor of throwing as slow of a disc as possible. I have good arm speed, but get more consistent results out of slower discs. I do not think a teebird is a great distance disc for most players, however it has its uses for almost all players. A stable to understable disc(like an FD) is a better choice for most players. Simon actually came out in the Brodie Smith video and said distance drivers(assuming speed greater than 9) were useless to 90% of all players. Paul referenced how Simon was hurting his advertising game. This was good advice and even for me I find a Thunderbird provides more birdies than throwing a Cloudbreaker, but man those last 30-40 feet feel so good.

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