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So what would it be? If you could only have one disc to play with. What would it be? Sorry Roc and Buzz fanatics. But I would have to go with my 1st run Spider.
So lets hear what you have to say.


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robbax said:
Oh, and by the way, while I'm interested in what is being said on those that answer "it depends on the course", I believe the question was meant to find out what one disc you would use regardless, short, long, or in between course. That was the point. Am I right, Rescue?
JK Aviar, on any length course. Drive for show, putt for dough!!!
Max weight buzz It can do anything. Most Importantly it is a placement disc for me. and I can put with it
Z Wasp
Pure Disc Golf dot Com said:
Depending on the course I would either choose a Classic Roc for a short courses or a 10x KC Teebird for a longer course. I actually putted lights out with a Teebird once when I left my putters at home in the practice basket.

Glad I'm not the only one who has done that!

My response is actually nearly identical as well: Star TL for a longer course, dx roc for a shorter course.
Z Wasp
Bulldog Multi-Purpose. Its multi-purpose!
DX Roc 175 to 177 gram. Straight, not long but predictable, great for up shots and good for putting!!!!
Z Buzz.
KC 10x Aviar
177 opto core

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