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Old 04-15-2020, 10:26 AM
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Now that it's real and we can do fun nerd things, what 3 discs would you bring?
Mirage, Bullfrog and Rhyno.

I really dig your property! What a cool place to hang out.
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Old 04-15-2020, 11:00 AM
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Mirage, Bullfrog and Rhyno.

I really dig your property! What a cool place to hang out.

Thank you! I have plans for a fire pit out back sort of near 3/9's basket and I'm already laying the groundwork for a Sunday Pot Luck League. Really looking forward to having some fun up here!

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Old 04-16-2020, 12:55 AM
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putting wizard
driving wizard
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eraser wizards have taken over my bag. i still keep an XD in there for really flippy shots and a moonshine harp for hard hyzers.

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Old 04-23-2020, 09:56 AM
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Been playing quite a bit- when it's not snowing with hurricane winds, that is. I keep messing with different layouts, orders and such and it's been fun to think about. The wife wanted me to move a basket so she can 'do ace runs off the deck while we grill" God, I love that woman haha.

Also had my neighbor over *gasp* for the first ever socially distant round- he didn't touch anything but his discs, picked up gimme putts and we stayed probably 15-20' away from each other the whole time... It was really nice. He owns a landscaping company so was instantly set ablaze by the desire to make a course at his house too- he's three doors down so that could get interesting!

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Came home from work today and she was out in the woods ripping hyzers haha I’ve created a monster!

This was definitely a good decision though- Ace runs and margaritas by the grill is a new favorite pastime. I cannot wait for the warmer weather!

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Old 04-24-2020, 01:36 AM
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Been playing quite a bit- when it's not snowing with hurricane winds, that is. I keep messing with different layouts, orders and such and it's been fun to think about. The wife wanted me to move a basket so she can 'do ace runs off the deck while we grill" God, I love that woman haha.

Also had my neighbor over *gasp* for the first ever socially distant round- he didn't touch anything but his discs, picked up gimme putts and we stayed probably 15-20' away from each other the whole time... It was really nice. He owns a landscaping company so was instantly set ablaze by the desire to make a course at his house too- he's three doors down so that could get interesting!
Amazing you are that close to another person who is that into Disc Golf.

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Old 04-24-2020, 01:50 AM
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For me right now it's generally been:

Gummy Champ Birdie
Armor Scale
Star Aero

The Birdie is pretty much interchangeable with my chalk Serpents though, and I have a hard time deciding sometimes.
Shark 3 Champion ~175 grams, Star Shark ~175 grams, then my Proline Titanic 173-174 grams,with the longer putter of the two that is just a hair more broken in then the shorter putter only that way due to how tough Proline plastic is.

The Shark 3 is for the tight woods hole as that disc is a tad straighter then the Shark overal and the Shark in Star is more for a driving putter slot, approach, and wind putting disc that I would be using every hole I can off the tee, then obviously I need a putter.
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Shark 3 Champion ~175 grams, Star Shark ~175 grams, then my Proline Titanic 173-174 grams
nope!

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sounds like you're throwing 2 titanics and something else?
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sounds like you're throwing 2 titanics (me:NO) and something else?
Then a Titanic and my 166 #2 Upshot in Prostyle for uphill/downhill putts, I am not using 2 Titanic's. I do not know the speeds of Lighting discs, unfortunately they are not labeled with speeds but this is a XD/Colt type putter with big bead so it fits. Also get and use a Lighting Rubber putter at 174-175 for Long long putts, also a Areo/Dart style putter so it fits the criteria.

I would bring all my discs for other long courses in the area if there are any.

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dangerous assumptions! never accuse a man from South Dakota of throwing two titanics
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