"Any activity in a public space has to be safe for participants and passer bys. These discs hurt! The basic etiquete needs to be SAFETY! Don't throw near anyone!!!! This needs to be communicated to all that play. Pass it on."
"11 different molds. 14 total (usually).
Z Nuke-2 (main drivers)
Pro Katana-1 (long anny)
Boss-2 (172 champ for headwind, 160 R-Pro for downwind)
Z Stalker-1 (straight fairway driver)
"I have thrown mostly heavy stable rollers so that's what I'm used to using. Started with 180 Stingrays, then Eclipses, Champ Valks, ChampTeebird, Champ Beast for a while, Champ Boss, now an S-PD. I like to land them almost vertical and…"
"I like stable to overstable drivers as light as I can get them for glide and less fade. Easier on my arm. I have a 160 R-Pro Boss which is really unstable and only for straight down wind open shots. 167g Star Katana, and 168g Nukes are my main…"
"No shapes. This comes from ball golf where good enough players have only a few other than pars in their rounds. I get so few pars in ball golf that I underline them so they stand out from all my "others." Writing in "P" in the…"
"What? What about "epic"? The disc epic? I think you are looking for: releasing the disc 10 degrees down, away from you in a hyzer angle for sidearm shots. The purpose of this is that with the increased spin you can generate on a sidearm,…"
Thanks, Joe!! One year closer to Grandmasters, I like to say. The blurb on CSUSM on PDGA.com was a bonus - hopefully it brings us in a few more donors. We could be playing there in the Spring. Hope things are going well for you, too.
Hey Joe- I ended up swapping your old 34 tag for #25 in a round at Berkeley, and I defended it yesterday at GGP - only one other person in the group had a tag, however. Shot a 53 with 3 bogies, not too horrible considering I played the front nine at +1. It was so slow out there, I was in one of the last groups to go off, it was almost as bad as Morley on a weekend.