victorb wrote:You tweak your bag almost as much as I change underwear
The ones I haven't changed are basically the ones I throw the most. Voodoo, Buzzz, Teebird, Boss = under par anywhere, anytime
Some of the other stuff I'm trying to use to help me change to a more effortless approach to the game. I have always thrown hard, and much of the time too hard. I have basic consistency problems that I've pretty much decided stem from relying too much on athletic ability to throw stable discs hard. I can crush everything when I'm feeling good, but add fatigue into the mix and my timing and snap are off. Evidence of this is in the fact that since I've moved to FL and become a MUCH better golfer skill-wise, my rating has not improved. This is because in MI I played one day tourneys where fatigue was never an issue, but down here EVERYTHING is 2 days, usually in sun/heat/humidity. HUGE difference. I want to become more smooth, effortless, and throw discs that help with this goal.
Also, pretty much every course in FL has water and alligators, so many discs leave me, and some come back. It other words, no committments or attachments to any single disc. I guess I truly am a disc player