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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 03-27-2017, 04:22 PM
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Default The DGCR Mold: Voting 1- disc type

lets's get this disc into reality. step one decide on type of disc. vote above.
reference: http://www.dgcoursereview.com/forums...d.php?t=126657
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was there supposed to be a poll attached, vote in the thread you linked, or are we supposed to write our votes in this thread?
I'm confused...
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should be there now?
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Edit: I guess I missed the poll somehow, sorry about that.
Voted.

Thanks for making the poll!
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LID LOVERS UNITE!!!

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I voted lid. If I had a second vote I would have gone for putter.

TurnBurn suggested this in the original thread and the idea is my #2 choice for this disc:
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I'd like to see a decent driving putter mold (take you pick) with a "MAXIMUM DISTANCE PUTTER*" stamp on it, just to show and legitimize to people that they don't need a Boss on a 220' hole...
I really got into the Innova Stud because it was advertised as a shorter, slower Roc. This sounds fabulous on paper. In practice it doesn't quite hold up. There is not enough HSS for the Stud to carry the Roc comparison. The Stud is *okay* but I still want to find a shorter, slower, small diameter Roc-putter for cycling.

If we get a second vote then this is what I vote: keep everything about the Stud... low profile and all... but make it more HSS.
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I voted lid. If I had a second vote I would have gone for putter.

TurnBurn suggested this in the original thread and the idea is my #2 choice for this disc:


I really got into the Innova Stud because it was advertised as a shorter, slower Roc. This sounds fabulous on paper. In practice it doesn't quite hold up. There is not enough HSS for the Stud to carry the Roc comparison. The Stud is *okay* but I still want to find a shorter, slower, small diameter Roc-putter for cycling.

If we get a second vote then this is what I vote: keep everything about the Stud... low profile and all... but make it more HSS.
Chief OS is very slow Roc like.
Check them out!

I vote lid.
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If you make me a premium plastic Classic Roc or even just something that flies like it, I will buy 20.
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Lid.
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There's enough of every thing else already out there, be different, not another "same as" lost in the shuffle!

Vote lid!

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