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Ive been throwing a used 175 gm tee rex for about a year now, and it used to be my favorite disc (used to be ). I cant throw it anymore it wont do what it used to do. I knew exactly how far and where it would go, but i just cant seem to throw it ? Whats up ???

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time to take up shuffle board I'm afraid!
I'm not sure a 175gr Tee Rex is going to work all that well for shuffleboard. Maybe a hockey puck...

Nibs Carter said:
time to take up shuffle board I'm afraid!
Meant that in a totally geriatric manner!
Now that is funny. Even for a 43 year old.

Nibs Carter said:
Meant that in a totally geriatric manner!
i prefer lawn bowling thank you. much more sport in it .

mark ellis said:
I'm not sure a 175gr Tee Rex is going to work all that well for shuffleboard. Maybe a hockey puck...

Nibs Carter said:
time to take up shuffle board I'm afraid!
ah yes bocci nice!

Chris Perkins said:
i prefer lawn bowling thank you. much more sport in it .

mark ellis said:
I'm not sure a 175gr Tee Rex is going to work all that well for shuffleboard. Maybe a hockey puck...

Nibs Carter said:
time to take up shuffle board I'm afraid!
I am generally the "old guy" on just about every card.

mark ellis said:
Now that is funny. Even for a 43 year old.

Nibs Carter said:
Meant that in a totally geriatric manner!
i used to throw the rex a a lot. but there is a problem with the later run tee-rex's and that is that once you break them in they turn to garbage. no seriously, ask anyone who throw's the tee-rex. Brand new, I love this disc but they do tend to be a lot less stable over time, try a new tee-rex and see if you have different results.
Sounds like you got a good case of a little known condition called....Discapsychoencephaladyscatrophyitis....Not rare...Exact cause unknown...Usually runs it's course...Time frame is different depending on how severe it is, age of the disc, history of mental illness, etc, etc....

You basically have become disconnected with the disc... Something in your head is not allowing the muscles in your arm to properly release like normal...Best way to treat it..is, deposit the problematic disc in the trunk of your car for a couple weeks...try again after that...If it's still a problem...diss the disc...Sell it! Give it away! .....and move on to something else.

It happens to all of us from time to time....No biggie ;)~
Maybe it's just done wore out? Don't know, because I have a Champ Teerex and it's going on a year+. For me it's starting to feel and fly even better. If by chance it's that Star $%#!! I noticed they don't age well in my humble opinion.
never seen or heard of such a thing as a champion Tee rex, havent looked tho
Getting better, I hope??!! As we "mature"in our style the bugs that vexed us deminish. Try the same disc but take some off of it. Your 85% might yield the same yardage. Smooth is long and overpowering a disc is pretty common from what I understand and personally have experienced. Let me know how it goes!

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