thanks for the info- i'll be picking up either a TL or a gateway inferno today. gateway's entire line looks really nice in general- the scream and wizard look pretty dope although the "turbo putt" should be banned on account of lameness imo. jeez like i need more discs anyway.
^uh, yea just a little censorship test. in real life i have a fairly clean vocab- this site is family oriented i guess, which is just fine.
Post by patfcollins on Jul 16, 2008 12:26:20 GMT -5
that is the single longest post I have ever seen in my life...
besides the length... Evan made many good points that I have to remind myself often and anyone that is learning the game or trying to progress should take seriously. I can attest that the farthest drives I have ever thrown were with a Valkyrie or Flash...certainly not a Destroyer or a Wraith.
Post by storm_king on Jul 13, 2009 10:42:20 GMT -5
That is a sweet deal! Those are great discs.
So while I'm already typing, and on this thread again, I was out throwing drives in a field yesterday, just emptying my bag over and over, and had some interesting results. Yes, the SE TL was up there with all the longest shots, of course, and the R-pro Boss had out-crushed all the other drivers by 18 ft. The funny thing was, the DX Kite was beyond all my other drivers by 6 ft, and short of the Boss only 12 ft! It might just be my throwing style, but I find it interesting how far a well thrown mid-range disc can fly sometimes.
KC Terry - PDGA #24773
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Post by 666cruiser on Jul 15, 2009 13:46:32 GMT -5
It is because they have such good glide they are in the air a long time and straight. Fast disc are cutting in not flying forward. I did the same thing back in the day with MRV's when the Firebird first came out. The MRV was just short of my Firebird on hole 6 edora.
Yes all my discs are white... 75% of disc golf is disc selection, pick the right disc for you!!