I have some questions that I would really like to have answered:
First, I am thinking of buying a new bag. I am considering the Innova Competition bag over the Deluxe bag or the Disc Thrower bag. The prime reason for this is the 32oz bottle holder. This is a pretty much a sticking point. Any other suggestions for bags or something I should look for. This of course leads to the second question.
USING ONLY ONE DISC?
I am using only one or two discs on a regular basis. These two are the Roc and a Viper. Yesterday, as an example, I used a Roc for all my throws except 2 viper throws, 1 hydra and 1 dragon (I always use a dragon on this hole). Sorry to the Discraft guys but my local shop sells Innova. Is this bad? Last year I started playing with a cheap frisbee three disk Wal-Mart set (it was a dad day gift). This season I discovered there are more disks. And I celebrated that discovery by purchasing a used Kite (what a difference throwing!) and it went from there. I have about a dozen disks most of which I do not throw. For the most part I have settled in on my two Roc disks. However, when I go and practice a round, I usually toss 4 disks per hole. Is this bad and why? Perhaps this is good and again why.
On DiscGolfU when entering the round data it asks for putts. What defines a putt? Is this a strict 10M rule or is it a putt when I am really trying to putt? Can I have a hole (with a birdie) and not be a putt?
Lastly to Mark Ellis: Thank you for advice on putting. I watched the video on youtube just prior to Memorial day . . . I have putted everyday (rain, wind, shine, tornado watch) since then except for three days. I have gone from missing five foot putts to nailing 30 foot putts on a regular basis. I seldom miss anything under 20 feet anymore. Needless to say it drives my golfing group crazy as I have gone from worst to beating people on a regular basis, just by putting and not missing. Again thank you, thank you and thank you. Just 30 minutes a day who would have thought?