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Old 05-08-2019, 04:50 PM
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Saw these pop up - I'm interested in the putters with the thumbtrack. I use RDG and Element Discs putters Serpent and Iridium as well as the Scale - I love those. Curious if this is a new disc altogether or what?

Manzanita? muy bien. but who has more info?
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Old 01-14-2020, 03:56 PM
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I just got an AGL Sycamore and I am going to try it out this weekend. It is 175g in Treeline plastic which kind of feels like a KC Pro to me. Flight numbers are listed as 7/5/0/1. I first saw AGL on Infinite's site and on the Instagram. I enjoy trying out smaller companies discs even if this is a well filled slot in the bag. The Sycamore feels pretty deep compared to a Teebird or TL and I am not sure how I feel about that yet. Haven't tried the putters, mid, or driver. I do like how they have a beaded or non beaded thumbtrack options for putters being a fan of both.
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Old 01-14-2020, 05:39 PM
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These are the element discs renamed and rebranded.

Plutonium and Iridium

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These are the element discs renamed and rebranded.

Plutonium and Iridium
Those are two great molds.
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Old 01-15-2020, 08:04 AM
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Sycamore reminds me of a TL

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Sycamore reminds me of a TL
Yeah great disc

Basically a Sabre3

Flatter with more speed and stability.
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Just what the world needs, another disc manufacturer. :/

Realizing the sport is continuously growing, I still don't understand why these new brands continue popping up.

To anyone considering a new disc golf company, don't! But, if you do, come up with a better name than AGL - that has for to be a candidate for worst company name ever...

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Picked up a Magnolia from a sponsored player, and it flies nice! Buzzz feel in hand with a microbead, but feels "chunkier" in the hand like a Roc3. Good disc IMO. The plastic looks and feels nice too.
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Picked up a Magnolia from a sponsored player, and it flies nice! Buzzz feel in hand with a microbead, but feels "chunkier" in the hand like a Roc3. Good disc IMO. The plastic looks and feels nice too.
What does "nice" mean here, vis a vis the flight? Like a Buzzz? Like a Roc3?
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Just what the world needs, another disc manufacturer. :/

Realizing the sport is continuously growing, I still don't understand why these new brands continue popping up.

To anyone considering a new disc golf company, don't! But, if you do, come up with a better name than AGL - that has for to be a candidate for worst company name ever...
Well since Element Discs is not really making discs anymore just doing custom stamps, it is fine if a company makes discs using the Element Molds and possibly making new ones.
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