My friend and I played a couple of rounds of disc golf out at my favorite eighteen-hole course. I lost the first round and won the second round. Scores were +8 to +7 in the first round and -2 to +6 in the second.
I was testing out a new flippy understable mid-range disc today. I like it but it has not improved my game as yet because I'm still trying to learn how to throw it. I've wanted a utility disc like this to fill in for a few specialty throws where I can't use my preferred way of throwing a disc.
An older Pro plastic disc:
It is hard to see from the photo but the edge of this disc has been forced down towards the table surface from some tree hits. It no longer sits flat on the tabletop too. For the age of the disc, there are not a lot of scrapes and dings on it. The premium plastic disc still flies nicely but is getting a bit understable after a few years of use.
This disc is one of the old favorites that I almost lost recently but luckily someone found and returned it. Honestly, it is almost too understable and I have started to use a more stable disc in its place. This winter I'll probably switch this disc back in the bag. When it is colder and rainy I can't throw as hard and like less stability in my discs.
Having less stability allows you to throw a lot farther but it comes at a cost when it gets too difficult to control in the wind or under a lot of power.
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