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I use old white undershirts. They're easy to wash and I don't care if they get all muddy and nasty.
A cotton golf towel works the best for me, I just always keep an extra one on hand. Sometimes I just wring it out if it's raining. No need to try and keep the disc dry in those conditions-Humboldt conditions- just try and keep it mud-free.
Hey...I'm cheap and economical. I use the bottom of my shirt. In winter...I use my glove. If I bought a Sham-Wow...I'd use it to towel down my Discraft Matrix.
Towelie is the best towel out there ... and he's cool.
Micro-fibers are fine as long as the towel does not touch the ground or leaves and such.
Prefer a terry golf towel. Get one with a grommet and carabiner.
Here's a cheap towel solution. Go to WalMart and buy a bundle of dish towels, $4-6. Then go to the sporting Goods/Camping section and get a gromet kit for about $6. They are the gromets for fixing tarps and tents.
You can make a bunch of towels for about $10-$15 that will clip to your bag. Or put the gromets on old towels from the house.