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When I first began playing Disc Golf (20 yrs ago) The shop at Morley Field in California had Innova discs like the "Roc" and "Stingray", and that's what I used.  But I stopped playing and only played Recreationally off and on for the last five years.  Then I consistantly picked it back up around a year ago, and liked Discraft. 

To make a long story short, I discovered the "Nuke".  Majority of my discs are from Discraft.  But something is lacking.  A foater or to be specific, a driver that floats.  I have used Innova, and one Lighting as floaters. 


Why doesn't Discraft make any floaters, or drivers that float?

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Shoot, I am an enjimaneer within 10 miles of wixom. I would love to work at discraft rather than traveling all over the country trying to scare up work. Plus, in my mind at least, I figure they take every Friday as a field test day and wander over to Kensington. The only downside I can see is that I suppose it would take a little time to get used to throwing with a name tag on.
it's only a matter of time before all discs are made in China...
Beijing !!!!
Discraft stays on the fairway.


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