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Sounds fun...

JC, do you believe that people here can get along enough to decide on said disc ?

Would have to be a lot of voting to come down to the "one".

I would still say a putter or mid would end up being a more throwable/useable/appreciated disc for everyone.
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Old 03-20-2017, 03:06 PM
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I am a big fan of the Woodcock idea. Stable glidely lid in Gateway plastic equals shut up and take my money.

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Yeah a lid is something all skill levels could use. A slightly larger polecat with a thumbtrack in pwp.

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How about something unique that hasn't been done yet?
A 21.8MM diameter Lid? That would be cool!
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To ensure it's a disc that everyone in the community could use, I would recommend a putter.

To suit individual preferences it could easily be made in both a firm and a soft plastic.
I disagree. I'd say people are set on putters. It's something that takes a long time process. I know I wouldn't switch my Putter.
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Exaaaactly. Don't just throw a stamp on another mold, plz Jamie.
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...With the help of everyone willing, we will design, name & approve a disc for the community of DGCR...
You already know that I'm all in! I'd be honored to help progress the group project. let me know when you want me to start the CAD file...

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A 21.8MM diameter Lid? That would be cool!
That's close to what I was thinking. A smaller Zephyr/ larger Polecat seems like it would fit the bill. Fossil plastic, of course!

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Old 03-20-2017, 03:51 PM
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I'd say a Utility disc, that way everyone could bag one or have fun with one and not have to kick out their favorite mold or a disc in the lineup.

OS mid, slow fairway. Speed 1 lid, fast Putter/slow mid. Etc.
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As close to a truly neutral fairway driver as possible. Resistant to turn, but with little or no fade. Kind of like a compass, is that possible?
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I like the idea of a fast putter/slow mid in some grippy but durable plastic, like Kastaplast K2 sort of, flexible but long-lasting. I don't know what kind of Gateway plastic that would be. I would want a flat top, not too glidey and torque-resistant; a less OS Harp in flexible plastic that could withstand some tree hits. Flight numbers like 4,2,0,1 or something. I buy lots of putters and would love to have one like that and support DGCR.
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