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Does you use the towel to wipe Disc in the round?
As which is best at that time, do you think?
There are a lot of fallen leaves at the season of autumn, and the towel might be put away and it have a hard time.
Typing that the drainage is good etc. : though think it is variously.

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During my rounds I usually carry two types of towels, first are just a few cotton medical-grade towels and these soak up the water nicely and take care of the dirt. I also have a few of the microfiber that I keep in my bag lining and these will take off the water that the cotton cannot. I usually always have another towel clipped on the belt.
I see a player doing round with plural towels.
I can surely have a good command of it by a use.
I am the best if I can use it without being bulky like that.

Birdie-man said:
During my rounds I usually carry two types of towels, first are just a few cotton medical-grade towels and these soak up the water nicely and take care of the dirt. I also have a few of the microfiber that I keep in my bag lining and these will take off the water that the cotton cannot. I usually always have another towel clipped on the belt.
Cheapest towel I can get.
The towel designed by Dr. Wiggins at Scientific Disc Golf has the absorbancy of a shammy but doesn't lose its shape and it doesn't pick up debris like the micros
It served as a reference to telling the story of Dr. Wiggins.
All shades of opinion can be heard, and it is very satisfactory.

MonTTeL #794 said:
The towel designed by Dr. Wiggins at Scientific Disc Golf has the absorbancy of a shammy but doesn't lose its shape and it doesn't pick up debris like the micros
Cassidy Mayne said:
Cheapest towel I can get.

hahaha bad answer, get what you pay for.
my $2 walmart towel works just fine :)
Wilson cotton ball golf towel from K-Mart. Cheap, works well, has the grommet already installed.
I just started carreing a sham wow. they work awsome.
It is necessary to hold a lot of towels.
Really like a 'dry' one.
Because it is often that I lose a towel, the device that I do not get rid of is necessary.

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