Ohh yea the other disc I sent you is an Esp Nuke. It looks ugly but should fly great for you. I figured saving you the trouble of the break In process of the disc, would let you enjoy a high speed driver for the first time lol.
Nice profile song, I'm a huge Tool/Puscifer fan, this is definitely my favorite Puscifer song. If you're into Tool as well, check out ISIS. They toured together several times and have a similar style though ISIS has growling vocals which some people find unappealing. Youtube the music video "20 minutes/40 years"
Hey Jeff. You must be a friend of my cousin Pablo, or my friend Josh. Is that an Ampeg cabinet behind you in your profile pic? I always love to meet a bassist. Thanks for the friend request, and welcome to frolfing...it's a great sport.
send me paypal for those two discs to firstname.lastname@example.org. there is an underscore between the number ones in the email address. I will mail both of them out tomorrow. Please email me your address and what to discs your getting( # 15 & 16) and I will get these out once I receive payment. thanks
You could try a site called Discaroo, it's set up for trading disc. I would suggest a trying before buying on anything you can. If that x-out aviar you where talking about doesn't work for ya, maybe we can work a trade up for something you wanna try. If I have the disc you wanna try anyway....
Hey man sense your still in the buying every kind of disc stage of disc golf lol. Try a DX Wraith, they come in low weights, It will be a good disc for you for a long time. Im guessing its going to start off rather overstable for you, but will overtime break into your farthest flyer.
Also some good beginner disc are: Monarch, Sidewinder, Valk, Leopard, Teebird "PRO" Katana, and the Vulcan might work for you. From what I have seen your going with Innova disc.
The biggest advise I give, is not rolling the wrist. It takes very little wrist motion to throw the disc right. Learn the forehand/sidearm shots and the overhand shots Thumber/Thomahawk Your gonna need them.
But the midrange game is most important, get a Roc if your going to stick with innova, if you don't mind i deferent brand get a Buzzz very friendly and will hold any line.
Putting is key, I play horse and 21 as much as I can. If you can get solid from 25 feet you will start beating alot of players. Make you putting practice a game to keep you focused, If i'm putting by myself I do a points game. 25 15foot puttts 1point each, 15 20foot putts 2 points each, 10 30foot putts 3 points each. If you can keep your score above 75 your doing really well. I will do normal putting, straddle putting, and turbo putting. that way Im set for whatever the course leaves me.
I just noticed how much I wrote, and figure by now you have done gone cross eyed lol. Good luck and good discin