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Quest turbo putt denied by the pdga

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It was like a cog not a flying disc
im guessing it didnt fly good???
that thing just looks lame. I know it works for some players, but really?? could you actually call that a disc??
disc
noun
variant spelling of disk .

disk |disk| |dɪsk| |dɪsk| (also disc)
noun
1 a flat, thin, round object

I think it makes the grade according the dictionary...
wow, if you feel that is round, you may need my glasses!
are the old ones grandfatherd in or are the players that have them sol?
They are welcome to use them in every round but PDGA play.
Turbo putting has always come fairly easy to me, but not with the "turbo putt disc". The spiral ridge under the flight path doesn't allow it to float on the air, it just seamed to drop. Its a good idea, but doesn't make turbo putting any easier. If only they would have left the underside of the disc flat.
Let them try.... We will stop them....
Seriously, we all play non sanctioned events, but we all use the PDGA rules as our standard. So no turbo putters allowed....
I'm glad that the PDGA is setting limits. I am an avid bowler and advancments in ball design have ruined the sport. It's now way to easy of a game. In 1980 there was one guy with a 200 average. I now average 220 and there are guys at 240. It's no longer fun and the guys with the most skill are no longer at a an advantage. It's often the guy with the best equipment.

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