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Well here is a little insight it's been roughly around a year or so since I've played and i want to start up again. i used to live in portage mi so i would play at Robert Morris, cold brook, and osthemo a lot but since i have moved north of grand rapids i don't know any good courses in the area. i still have my bag and discs but should i downgrade until i get used to throwing again? only discs i have are a 150g shark, 171g buzzz, 166g dx wraith, xd and aviar for putters.

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4 good discs,weight seems right.never can go wrong with a Roc or Comet.jmo

You could probably play your whole game with just those discs honestly.


Shark for understable midrange shots, Buzz for overstable midrange shots, wraith for distance and big hyzers, xd for short drives and aviars are great putters..

The pdga site, disc golf course review, or the disc golf michigan book could help you find courses.
Bag seems fine. Maybe a slower workhorse driver in a 170+ wight like a gazelle, cyclone, or eagle.
Get a Lat 64 River.  I've been playing for two months and getting used to that disc had added about 20-25 ft to my drives.  Now I only use it on shorter holes and in tailwind, but it is an amazing disc.  Then I picked up the Lat 64 Flow and am loving that too.  And replace that Shark with a Roc. 

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