"I love me my Shockwave... it is the most dependable disc in my bag. If I need something less stable, I go for my Aftershock. Even less stable is my Stratus. If I want to hyzer spike or skip, my Star Destroyer is the way to go."
"It is good to note that almost all of the DGA Pro Lines are made by Discraft, so keep an eye out for that. It's usually stamped on the inside of the rim that the disc is made by Discraft. At least, it is that way with most of my discs."
"My experience with the Hurricane is that it is a real "hold the line" disc. A touch overstable, about equal to my new Rogue, but with a beast of a rim you can really grab and fling. You can put it on a hyzer and it will go for days. A…"
"David Yager is Dean of the Arts for UC Santa Cruz and his email is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you can pitch the idea to him, I'd bet he'd do it.
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"Personally I find the selection of Innova discs to be far too vast to decide from. Especially since DX flies different than Star which flies different than Pro which flies... etc. I don't have the money to go through all of the discs to find…"
"I totally agree with this statement. I find that the most fun holes that I play aren't the RHBH hyzer shot holes at any course. I just played the course at Aptos High School the other day and I can safely say that my favorite hole of the entire…"