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Old 05-29-2008, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by CraigC View Post
If the long tees increase my odds of losing a disc or raising my frustration level, then I'll play the shorts. Otherwise, I'll play the longs. I enjoy throwing...but hate hitting trees 50 feet from the tee or losing a disc in heavy rough/water.
I admit that I agreewith CarigC. I love the distance, but I am not fond of climbing down a gorge or watching my disc do the backstroke. If the advance d tee is too far back from the hazard and or the hazzard is 50% or less likely to even be crossed, I'm not going to start there. I don't mind laying up short of the hazard or just taking an instant penalty, but I'm not about to throw away a good disc for something unreasonable.

Don't get me wrong I love shots over water and big creeks, if I have the arm to do it.
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