Ask a Pro-Round 2 with Des Reading
Question from Jennifer:
What do you think of the concept of "discing down?" I keep reading on disc golf forums that people who can't throw a Roc 300’ and a fairway driver 350’ shouldn't use distance drivers at all.
But I see a lot of ladies I compete with using 150g class Wraiths, Vulcans, Katanas, etc. and tell me to do the same, even though I can only throw Rocs 250 feet, Leopards 275, and Sidewinders 300 feet (max weight and 150 class). I “disced down” for 6 months, but started using the Sidewinders again recently.
Do you think I should ditch the Sidewinders and just throw Leopards, keep the Sidewinders, or switch to 150 class Wraiths? Thank you.
Ask a Pro- Round 2 with Paige Pierce
Question from Heather:
What is a good long distance driver? I have Roadrunner and rogue, but I want something to reach out farther, do you have recommendations on a disc?
By: Willow Sky Brees
There is a very large selection of discs to choose from and for new players it can be overwhelming trying to find a disc that you will have success with. There’s really no such thing as a ‘beginners disc’ or a ‘womens disc’, however there are certain characteristics in golf discs to look for that will help your game.