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Best of the Beast

No, not the Iron Maiden best of...but a group that loves and appreciates driving with this awesome disc!

Location: Earth
Members: 66
Latest Activity: Feb 9, 2011

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Beast and ? 4 Replies

Started by Michael Strickland. Last reply by J.D.Guy Dec 22, 2009.

best of the beast 4 Replies

Started by sandy gast. Last reply by Vagnerman May 16, 2009.

CHAMPION, STAR, OR DX, WHICH PLASTIC DO YOU FELLOW LOVERS OF THE BEAST PREFER, AND WHY ? 9 Replies

Started by DC ( DISCFUNCTIONAL CHRIS ). Last reply by Vagnerman May 16, 2009.

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Comment by Michael Strickland on May 18, 2009 at 1:29pm
Hey everyone, I'm new to the club. Love my DX Beast 168g. I've only played dg for 3 monthes now. My beast is going pretty much straight for now. Was playing on Sat & Throwing on hole with a pond on it. Hit limb in tree and disc fell to the ground and rolled in the pond. This particular course is on a ball golf course, it had 27 holes and they made one of the 9 holes into a disc golf park, There's 18 holes now with plans for 9 to 18 more. Anyway the ponds have liners in them so you can't wade in them. But this morning at 7 am in the rain I went their with my rake. MY BEAST IS BACK
Comment by Ben Calhoun on May 16, 2009 at 9:20pm
Just found: Old school model Pro Beast, white w/ gold stamp. Near new condition, no markings. How much would that be worth?
Comment by Duh on May 14, 2009 at 3:18pm
I was a huge fan of Pro Beasts, but they got beat up real fast. Now I'm hooked on Star Beasts. It's my go-to, my baby, most predictable driver in my bag. I get them to hyzer, anhyzer (bush), ride the wind and they can even double as a backhand roller. Da Beast!
Comment by Godfather on March 17, 2009 at 10:55pm
A Champion Beast was the first disc I fell in love with, then I started turning it over like a mo-fo so I stopped throwing it for a few months. Now I'm learning to hyser-flip it and its the longest disc in my bag again.
LONG LIVE THE BEAST!!!!!
Comment by Nick on January 26, 2009 at 9:35am
Someone asked about a star beast...I used to have a 175 and it was a pretty decent disc! The problem with the star is that when they really beat up they become too understable. If you like them understable then you'll like this one but if you want a more stable beast go with the first edition champion plastic (Has lines going through it) If you can't find one of these the new champion plastic is pretty durable and a little more overstable than the stars. Hope this info helped and happy golfin!
Comment by Drx49er on January 13, 2009 at 1:39pm
I left my beast near a playground bench on Friday. I was driving for practice. Didn't realize it until Monday. It was still there!! Lucky. I've only had that disc a month.
Comment by DC ( DISCFUNCTIONAL CHRIS ) on December 29, 2008 at 5:50pm
hmm, dx49er, i used to carry a dx beast for my sacrificial pond disc, until i lost it in the pond LOL, it was definitely less stable than the champion ones i carry, except compared to the gummy one i have, it has basically a dx under stable flight, i personally like the champion plastic because it lasts forever.....or until lost ! i was curious about something and for real don't think i am dogging dx plastic, because i noticed there are many players of all skill levels that prefer the dx plastic over the champion or even star plastic, i am just curious as to why some of you prefer dx plastic, is it the usually less stable nature of the dx plastic which can make the disc easier to throw or that dx plastic breaks in allot quicker than obviously champion plastic does, personally i would like my discs to keep the same flight characteristics, i figure if i need a less stable disc i will just pu another model, although now that i think of it another appeal to dx plastic is the grip, considering champion plastic can be slippery at times, so then i guess you can go with the star plastic, it has better grip, lasts longer than dx plastic, but quite frankly doesn't hold up near as well or long as champion plastic, man we could have quite a discussion on all this i think i will start one see where everyone weighs in on this.
Comment by Drx49er on December 28, 2008 at 8:10pm
I have trouble with champion plastic, prefer dx. Haven't tried star.
Comment by DC ( DISCFUNCTIONAL CHRIS ) on December 28, 2008 at 11:19am
i have never thrown a star beast, anyone throw one ? how do they compare to champion ones, any noticeable different flight characteristics like, more or less stable ?
Comment by MonTTy #794 on December 27, 2008 at 4:31pm
Beasts are great cuz they're right in between a Valk and a Wraith for me.
 

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