KePP wrote:I've never really bought into the "bad shot" argument.
You aim to throw the disc up by the basket. If its a good shot, it does just that... and if you're lucky, it hits the chains and goes in. A lot of fly-bys still leave a decent putt within the circle.
"Oohh, what would you rather? A shot that slides right under the basket or a shot that flies past it 30 feet?"
You've made my argument.
Well if I'm so precise I can control that everytime, I'll just throw it in the chains and not worry about putting.
I suppose an ace is a good shot if you're actually trying to ace.