Hey yall I am looking for some advice on good camping/disc locations in Canada. I am in the very early stages of planning a trip with some buddies and thought I would see if i could get any personal…Continue
So I have never thrown a roller shot before and I have some questions on technique and what not.If anyone has some tips on form/disc selection/shot selection or any other tips you feel important to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by jeff Mar 9, 2013.
"i began using a grip with my pinky, ring, and middle finger under the rim and my index on the underside of the rim. not sure if that is considered three finger grip or not. I have slowly been transitioning into a grip where i start with that grip…"
Hey yall I am looking for some advice on good camping/disc locations in Canada. I am in the very early stages of planning a trip with some buddies and thought I would see if i could get any personal experiences to help me narrow my search for the right location.I am not sure what the temperature or weather is like in the different areas of Canada but I imagine Alberta, Edmonton, B.C or any of the southern countries would be better suited for our needs. We are looking to camp/hike and play some…See More
"Mt. Airy Forest is a very nice course in Cincinnati, OH. It's my home course so I might have a little bias but it is one of the top three in the tri-state. Burlington, KY is home to the #1 course in the tri-state in Idlewild. I would hit both…"
"Anyone know of an understable driver with good glide? Searching for a disc for a certain hole at nearby course. Currently, I drive an Innova Skeeter (Midrange) on the hole but want to find a driver with the same type of glide but more distance"
"I have throw rollers all my disc life, a great throw for underbrush, tunnels, low trees and even getting over buildings. Overhand, throw an almost vertical throw trying to hit the ground with the disc at a 1 to 2 o'clock ground position. The…"
"And a roller can save your ass, especially if you are coming out of some trees and there is absolutely no other shot. That is where a forehand roller comes in very handy. I have parred a hole from out of the trees by using a carefully placed roller…"