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Old 04-14-2019, 08:30 AM
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Or of course if I have some type of injury. I prefer wooded courses and a lot of the times people I see have hassles off and on with them. I also pack lighter than most.
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Old 04-18-2019, 09:57 AM
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I literally just filled my bag and carry it regularly. I do this because I'm not 100% familiar with my discs and I'm still learning which discs I like and for what shots. I will likely do this until I find a setup that I like and then probably stack down a bit.

As for people at a tourney, likely players and/or caddies, or disc mules.
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Old 04-18-2019, 02:25 PM
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To look cool?

I have no idea what that's like to "look cool." Can someone describe it to me?
Carry a bag of ice under each arm. You will look cool.

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I'll use a cart when I'm 80 years old and cant carry a 10lb-12lb bag
That's your choice but my Fully loaded H2O bag with a full water bladder is closer to 30 pounds. If I shoot par (54) that is 54 times I have to pick up and put down 30 pounds. That is 1,620 pounds I am picking up per round. I'd rather save that energy to play another round.
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Exercise. That extra weight has to help me burn a few more calories.

Also, it helps justify all the discs I bought.
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That's your choice but my Fully loaded H2O bag with a full water bladder is closer to 30 pounds. If I shoot par (54) that is 54 times I have to pick up and put down 30 pounds. That is 1,620 pounds I am picking up per round. I'd rather save that energy to play another round.

Oh 30lbs I'd get a cart then for sure. I think I'm carrying about 15, 20lbs tops if I pack some beer.

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