My first disc was a Pluto Platter. It cracked and we threw it out. Fast forward a decade and my first golf disc was a Discraft Cruiser, or so says my brother Jon. I still have a Discraft Cruiser, but not that one.
My first disc was a dayglo Elite-Z Cyclone that a friend found and gave to me. The first disc I bought was a Blue Elite-Z Discraft Putt-R. I'm sure I lost the the Cyclone, and the Putt-R is now in my little brother's bag
One of my first discs is , help me if you can with an explanition of it, is a red stamped Innova banshee that has a stamp on the front that says, Discraft PDGA disc golf world championships, team michigan. I bought a lot of 4 discs an the person's name on the disc is , Ron Howard # 14747, Who made this disc? ZMAN.
Dark blue barracuda. Wish i still had it. When I started, someone with a lot more experience told me "don't get too attached to any one disc. The more you use it, the more likely it is to disappear." I understood later that wasn't as pessimistic an outlook as I thought at the time. What he was saying was to know what you would throw if you lost your 'go to' disc.
hey now,world class from wham-o soo many years ago.laid to rest somewhere/sometime ago in Jersey.Just another memory.Present day DG would of been a Valk'00 169 weight.Lost /drowned in Florida water trap!!
My first disc was a sky blue magnet. (I had no idea what i was doing when shopping for a disc) But i do still have the disc.
However, the story of my second disc is way cool, and much more mysterious.
I was playing for about a week, with the blue magnet. Since I was hooked, I found myself at Kensington one morning at about 8 am. I was clearly the only person on the course since there were no other cars in the lot. As I walked through the tunnel and up the hill and began to approach the bench by 5's long tee, I noticed there was something resting on the bench. As I got closer I was in disbelief. It was a disc, and it was in a clear plastic bag. It was a screaming orange roc with the blue rock stamped on it. I threw it and had a fabulous shot. I retired the magnet and that was the disc. It was the only thing I threw for months. Then, playing in one of my first couple of tournaments at Grand Woods (playing the course blind and only a couple of other discs for back up), I threw it on hole four, that baby flew like it never had before off of the tee. FOr my second shot, I threw it under the basket, or so I thought. It must have caught an edge and rolled into the flooded river that I had no idea existed. 10 years have gone by and I still dream of that rock.
I just wanna know where the heck it came from!