"can anyone tell me about this disc? it's a black stamp, 10x, but it's missing the "short range driver" part of the hot stamp... it's also a creamier, almost smokey white, as apposed to all my other 10x, which are stark…"
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When did you discover and begin playing this best of all sports?
About two years ago... my father got into it, and he got me to start playing.
What is your "home" course?
AUM (in Montgomery, AL)
What are your Top Five courses?
I've only played a few - but i've thoroughly enjoyed any course that has been wooded and has elevation changes - my course at AUM is flat, open pastures, so it's not all that challenging - it just makes for a long-throwing game.
hi whitler, thanx for starting the club! I actually had a super puppy, that i got as my prize pack from the recent tournament in trussville. it was a silver super with the hunstville open 1993 stamp on it. I fell hook-line-and-sinker for it the first time i threw it in the back-yard. it's just the straightest, most predictable disc i've ever thrown, and it even works in heavy wind... but alas, my two lovely dogs picked it, out of the two dozen discs i was practicing with in the yard, to chew on! end of super puppy #1 for me. :) I'm looking to buy a few more and break them in.
thax for joining my super puppy lovers club.its unusual for a newer player to like fat rimed discs.do you have any?also i thot you might be interested to know that black whitlers are available with a skull and disc or die printed underneath.a bit of a coincidence.contact thru snapdiscsports or same club on this site.