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Old 03-07-2013, 02:22 PM
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I hope it didn't sound like I thought the performance was unimpressive AT ALL. It was amazing. I'm just curious where you think course design will go, and where you hope it goes.
i think it will be a mix down the rode once they are private course or pay to play we won't see huge gems like BRP or Maple Hill
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:23 PM
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:26 PM
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Hey Paul,

Can you talk about why you use lighter plastic? I saw your vid with Steve Rico where you said it was easier to control with less power, however do you notice you have to replace discs more often? Do you find some molds are more stable in lighter plastic? And for max D do you choose max weight?

Thanks for sticking with the thread!
i find light weight plastic shows flaws in your form more often then max weight. the discs last just as long as max weight. I know some lighter destroyers are mor stable my current destroyers are 169-172
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:28 PM
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I am a straight spin putter. I don't normally straddle putt unless I have an obsticle that prevents me from lining up normally. When putting normally I obviously transfer my weight from my left(back) foot to my front foot. The problem I am having when straddle putting is I tend to still shift my weight from my left to right foot, which isn't toward the basket. On shorter putts I can just use all arm but when I get out to 20-25 feet or further I feel the need to get some momentum from some kind of weight transfer, just not sure how to transfer my weight towards the target rather than perpendicular to it. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, by Paul or anyone who might have some pointers. Thanks.
watch videos of Nikko or check out the 39 video i just posted i do 2 straddle putts at the end and you can see how i emulate nikkos straddle putt
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:33 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsjg9mUWHsc#t=5m48s

Balls of steel, man. Balls of steel.
i made that same putt the day before so it wasn't as hard that time but shhhh everybody know now haha
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If you look at the results of the tournament (http://www.pdga.com/tournament_results/99307) the highest rated players finish at the top and it goes down from there. So it looks like regardless of the course style or set par, The courses are doing their job in seperating the best players out.

And since this is just one stop on the National Tour, it can test a certain type of golf style. It seems Fountain Hills and Vista are more about LANDING a disc accurately, and often from great distances. (plus committed putting)

Other stops will have different prevailing style of play. (Wooded, Elevation, etc.) But I think it's a good thing to have the variety.

One thing is for certain, Paul has shown he can excel at all of them. Good luck Paul, great round.
also if the courses didnt change there would be no fun in the game we might as well be like every other sport and have a set field for play.
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Not to talk too much about this in a thread devoted to Paul's responses, but of course you are right: the best players will show up near the top at most tournaments. That said, I wouldn't rank the top 40 players in that order. That list might, however, be close to the top 40 players at throwing long flat boring hyzers in quirky shifting winds. Again, of course you are right that variety is a good thing, and different courses are different chances to shine, but the meat of my question, at least as I intended it, was about something a little different.
Half was about whether ratings should reflect whether a course requires a variety of DG skills to excel. This will even out over the course of a season, I'd imagine, but still.
The more interesting part was about the future of course design that Paul, and others, would like to see that would somehow provide a challenge with regards to maintaining par, where birdies are as difficult to card as they are in ball golf.
same as my last response
 

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How are your Aviars for driving??? (When I say "your" I mean the McBeth Aviars) I'm usin a new opto Pure and a really beat to hell SS Wizard for off the tee/approaches but Play it Again just got a bunch of your putters in yesterday and I was feelin them up. Pretty stiff, which I like in my driving putters. Curious how they fly when a decent rip is put on them.
i've heard they are slight more over stable than P&A aviars. i use mine for short up shots i only drive with the S-P2 or a realllllllly beat DX Aviar
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