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one of the biggest mistakes most am golfers make is carrying alot more discs than they need. i was guilty of the same when i was 2 or 3 years in... all it did 4 me was confuse the hell outta me and made me second guess my shot and disc selection... the only time i think it wise 2 carry alot of discs is when traveling 2 unfamiliar courses. and in those situations u usually can see the shot and ALWAYS GO WITH YOUR FIRST INSTINCT!!!!!!!!! and keep it simple ask yourself "do i really need 15 drivers when i only use 5... or do i need 8 rocs when i use 4 regularly?" 2 many discs only confuse you so keep them in reserve and outta the bag... above all KEEP IT SIMPLE......

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Comment by eric beich on January 28, 2009 at 10:42pm
I love this advice!!!!! I recently got my bag down to 10 discs, and its really helped.

I have a friend who carries maybe 23 discs and only throws like 5 of them on a given round. I'm still trying to edum acate him .

solid advice man!!
Comment by edism on January 28, 2009 at 9:24pm
I am/was guilty of the same. For me it is a continual issue. I have had several of my best rounds playing with only 4 discs on the exact same course I played with a full bag. I usually try to keep my bag down to 14 but would like to change that to 8.

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