Detra319 wrote:Potter wrote:Disc Golf Live wrote:Zone.
I use a zone for small trick rollers to get out of trouble, so this makes me curious, how far can you roll the zone? and do you roll it backhand? forehand? both?
I throw zones for forehand rollers sometimes, but I can't get huge d....very very consistent line tho for those 200 ft odd angle shots.
ya not the cheapest roller lolghstinshll wrote:GDL17921 wrote:forehand - PL Monster (overstable disc)
backhand - SE valk (understable disc)
Jay, aren't both of those discs goign to cost me $40 each though? Sonny, you too.
irban wrote:I someone commented that the weight being distributed closer to the outside helps stability. .
center fugal = more weight in the middle / gyroscopic = more weight at the rim sidewinder is my D rllr stratus or buzzz for the others. TL or XL are great, don't really throw ovrstbl rllr's.AO wrote:irban wrote:I someone commented that the weight being distributed closer to the outside helps stability. .
Sprague said this to me years ago. Sound advise
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