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Old 09-21-2013, 12:58 PM
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Definitely check out a proline hurricane if you want a good stable driver with tooooons of glide
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:08 PM
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Didn't realize frolfer was such a negative term LOL I am serious about disc golf but I also don't like to take things TOO seriously. It's all about having fun when it all comes down to it.
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:29 PM
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nothing wrong with having fun, but frolf is one of those words that makes it sound like you are a clueless noob and tends to make some people dismiss anything you say out of hand because it comes across as though you don't care enough to actually learn what this little activity is called
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:38 PM
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Gotcha.
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:45 PM
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Every DGA disc I've had has been pretty much terrible. Slick and hard plastic. Honestly would never buy another DGA disc again. Maybe some of their runs have good plastic though.
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:48 PM
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Every DGA disc I've had has been pretty much terrible. Slick and hard plastic. Honestly would never buy another DGA disc again. Maybe some of their runs have good plastic though.
But if you did throw them, you'd throw rogues 850' uphill.
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:56 PM
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people dont like frolf because they think that frisbee never produced any golf discs. they did produce a few golf discs that were interesting but poorly received by the snobs. i threw their midrange (called a true?) for a bit and it was a lot like a roc. so yes it is possible to frolf on a disc golf course.

by the way i love me some dga!. the squall is a nice long midrange that can hold a line and the tsunami is just a less stable predator.
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But if you did throw them, you'd throw rogues 850' uphill.
I actually was only getting about 600-625' on the Rogue on flat ground. The Hurricane was about 800' and downhill about 1400'.
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people dont like frolf because they think that frisbee never produced any golf discs. they did produce a few golf discs that were interesting but poorly received by the snobs. i threw their midrange (called a true?) for a bit and it was a lot like a roc. so yes it is possible to frolf on a disc golf course.

by the way i love me some dga!. the squall is a nice long midrange that can hold a line and the tsunami is just a less stable predator.
... frisbee never produced anything but some flights. Wham-O made a few, though. I know that some people throw some '80 molds. But it's DGA and PDGA, not FGA and PFGA.
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Old 09-21-2013, 02:03 PM
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people dont like frolf because they think that frisbee never produced any golf discs. they did produce a few golf discs that were interesting but poorly received by the snobs. i threw their midrange (called a true?) for a bit and it was a lot like a roc. so yes it is possible to frolf on a disc golf course.

by the way i love me some dga!. the squall is a nice long midrange that can hold a line and the tsunami is just a less stable predator.



if you are going to try and lecture people, at least get your facts straight

frisbee never made a disc called the true, wham-o did
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