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Old 05-22-2019, 01:51 PM
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Default Episode 2: Dave Feldberg's Disc Golf an Honest Take

These videos Infinite and Feldberg are putting out are incredible! Test throwing all the new stuff and reviewing all the different classes of discs by most of the companies, we need more of this please.

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Old 05-22-2019, 02:37 PM
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Nice! I've been enjoying those too... cool to see that Envy in there.

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Old 05-22-2019, 03:56 PM
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I like the flat top putter/approach discs. In fact, I putt with them too (I use a Rat, but that is because I like the plastic, the Harp and Zone feel the same in my hand). I hope Dave comes back and does a less stable version of this presentation. There are almost no understable versions of the flat top approach discs. The Lat Spike being the only one I know of. It is very understable and I wish it came in a high grade plastic. That said, Infinite has a flat top stable approach disc called the Tomb. It is flat out my favorite approach disc. It is rated 3 4 0 1, and it delivers. It stays straight with a fade at the end, but not a hard one. If you get good snap on it, it will stay pretty straight with almost no fade. If you are not a massive arm, and you want something like a Zone or a Harp, but find they dump too fast for you, this disc might work for you. Note, for me, the I version dumps more like a Zone, and I prefer the S version. It is quite nice and surprisingly comfy in my hand.
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Lol at the Warlock. FIRE THE SCRIPT WRITER!!!

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I love these videos. Great to finally get non-biased opinions. If you're not sponsored (as much of us aren't) there's no reason to not throw a mixed bag with the BEST discs for each brand.

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He was throwing those shots on Hole 7 of Grand Central Station in Central, SC. Probably the best course in the Upstate of SC IMO.
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I would have loved to watch him compare the Stego to the others.

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I like the flat top putter/approach discs. In fact, I putt with them too (I use a Rat, but that is because I like the plastic, the Harp and Zone feel the same in my hand). I hope Dave comes back and does a less stable version of this presentation. There are almost no understable versions of the flat top approach discs. The Lat Spike being the only one I know of. It is very understable and I wish it came in a high grade plastic. That said, Infinite has a flat top stable approach disc called the Tomb. It is flat out my favorite approach disc. It is rated 3 4 0 1, and it delivers. It stays straight with a fade at the end, but not a hard one. If you get good snap on it, it will stay pretty straight with almost no fade. If you are not a massive arm, and you want something like a Zone or a Harp, but find they dump too fast for you, this disc might work for you. Note, for me, the I version dumps more like a Zone, and I prefer the S version. It is quite nice and surprisingly comfy in my hand.
Atom. 3 3 0 1, perfectly flat and shallow.
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Atom. 3 3 0 1, perfectly flat and shallow.
I always thought I would get what I wanted from MVP, but it never quite works out. But I will look at the atom, it's been awhile.
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Old 05-22-2019, 09:56 PM
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Definitely like this one better than episode 1. It's one thing to watch someone sit in front of a tarp and talk about discs for 30 minutes. But it helps to see him actually throwing them. Nice touch.
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