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Putter 20 10.53%
Lid 97 51.05%
Mid 37 19.47%
Fairway 25 13.16%
Distance Driver 11 5.79%
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Old 01-10-2018, 10:31 PM
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This is important to the site, they are trying to get a DGCR disc Made.
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Old 01-14-2018, 01:01 PM
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Hey has it occurred to anyone to just reproduce a Whitler it's out of print and you might be able to talk to the Snap boys..and produce it in a less bouncy heavier plastic. Of course a smaller diameter might fit in the bag easier but a 175g Whitl'r is sweet. It also fits over other discs to make a stash spot... damn I'd like to find a 175... my buddy has one but he won't trade except for my glowfly. For the many that haven't seen it it's wide enough on inside to fit a driver.. Rounded top but a little smaller diameter than a zephyr.

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Hey has it occurred to anyone to just reproduce a Whitler it's out of print and you might be able to talk to the Snap boys..and produce it in a less bouncy heavier plastic. Of course a smaller diameter might fit in the bag easier but a 175g Whitl'r is sweet. It also fits over other discs to make a stash spot... damn I'd like to find a 175... my buddy has one but he won't trade except for my glowfly. For the many that haven't seen it it's wide enough on inside to fit a driver.. Rounded top but a little smaller diameter than a zephyr.
I have been looking for this mythical disc for a while now. I am in support for someone to rerelease it

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Old 01-15-2018, 08:22 PM
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Yeah it would be awesome... I should talk to them in May..

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This could be Streamlines breakout mold. MVP doesn't have a true lid, shame on them! ;-S
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