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Old 01-13-2020, 01:11 AM
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For the above post why I would recommend a water disc is that players will then have disc lost in water in the first round especially if they know just enough about disc golf, that there are water floating discs and then throw a disc like a DX Shark or Stingray thinking the name of disc makes it a floater disc. I know I did, not paying attention to my uncle who was saying the Rubber Putter I had was a floating disc as it was well under the 172 gram max weight the disc can be to float well when he gave me two disc he had found a DX Stingray at 170 grams and a Rubber Putter at 166 or 168 grams, the weight label had faded so I wrote in Sharpie 166 grams due to how light the disc was.
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