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Old 01-15-2022, 07:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Dingus View Post
These are valid points. I do not know if smaller diameter is the silver bullet, I think it deserves experimenting. I just know that the options currently available leave a lot to be desired. I also don’t know if terrible disc flight is limiting youth participation, or if it is just the phase the sport is in where not a lot of kids want to play regardless of their ability to throw the disc.

Time to buy a 3D printer and just find out.
Many of the current top players started when they were young with current equipment standards. How young? I don't know. Maybe there is an optimal age for kids to start playing, as well as playing other games / sports to develop other skills which transfer over to disc golf if and when they start playing a little more seriously.

There is nothing preventing kids from throwing a macro mini at a tree or playing object golf until the are ready to move on up.
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