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Old 11-22-2020, 02:46 PM
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Originally Posted by araytx View Post
OH, OK. Interesting. Would you posit that something like that be part of disc golf as well?
well to do something like this in disc golf would not work as well, disc sizes not all uniform nor plastic. Golf balls are much closer in a set of size for the major 5 sizes of ball USGA, PGA, and PGA Europe, and the top Amateur Europe league that I am not sure the name, that also all 4, each organization has a drop height standard too where the balls are going to the same height levels when dropped.

Discs can be from a floppy Blunt Gumputt Blowfly/II where the disc would flop where it sat, to a stiff as legal Wizard in medium and hard, or even some rubber discs like the regular average run of R-Pro discs, even some oop Viberam discs in rubber that bounce quite a bit. Also what about potential rollaway with most discs save for the DGS Steady Ed plastic ?

No I like the solution that disc golf has as then the drop issue is not in play as much and now allowing for bigger causal water/casual hazard.
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