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When you ace with a disc what do you do with it, do you retire it or leave it in your bag and throw it still????....I have a Buzzz in my bag that I've aced with twice and ill never retire it until it breaks or i cant fit any more signatures on it...but thats me...

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Keep it in the bag
i still have both of my ace disc in my bag
I used to put them on my wall (and the first few ace discs are still up there), but now I just sign and date them (and by the people with you too), then toss it back into the bag.
To retire an Ace Disc is counterproductive...it has already proven that it works well.
If you find something that works for you in Disc Golf, use it, do not try to change it until it fails.
That includes discs, technique, diet, etc...do not change what works for you!
All of my Ace Discs had multiple Aces and were retired only when they Cracked in half.

This Blue DX Flat Top Ontario Cobra Cracked on a cold day about a month after these 2 aces...it is Gone Forever!
I got my first Ace with a borrowed Star Tee Bird... Managed to trade my friend for it... And then promptly threw it in the water the following week... Had i had it longer i would have thrown the !@%#$@ out of it
I keep my first ace disc on the wall but the rest a still in use.
Mark date, location, and hole; then use it till I lose it.

(APB: Wanted Dead or Alive: late eighties white eclipse with rainbow foil stamp last seen flying into palmetto scrub at Wickham Park Disc Golf Course, Melbourne, FL- $10 reward for information leading to its capture)
If it has more than 3 , I'll take it out of the bag and replace it with a fresh one !!!
Discs are to throw. Period.
I keep all mine in the bag..........oh wait........haven't hit an ace yet..........DANG !
I put my first two on the wall. The first because I didn't want to risk losing it. The second because I switched putter types. My third ace (also my last) disc is still in the bag. I'll keep throwing them until I lose, break, or retire them from here on out. I'd love to be able to pull out a disc knowing I'd aced multiple holes with it.
I still have mine, haven't retired them...thought about it though. Did give one to my dad, not sure what he has done with it yet.

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