Ever feel like you got too many discs? I am so bi-polar with my disc selection, I carry like 20 drivers, 4 mid-ranges and 5 putters, and have way more at home to choose from. These are not collected discs either, most of them are less than 6 months old
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Ryan Niccolini PDGA#55907
The less the better, i carry 4 high speed drivers, 4 fairways, 3 mids, 2 putters for throwing, and my 2 putting putters. Having fewer discs in your bag allows you to really learn them and not over think on what you wanna throw for a certain shot. Dont over complicate your bag.
A lot of it comes with practicing instead of playing rounds to win. I go into a field and try different shots with different discs and see what works for me. I have honestly played rounds where I may throw 4 discs total and some where I have to throw everything in the bag. I do agree with Andrew though. I throw a lot of the same discs but at different stages of them being broken in or different plastics.
2 Buzzzes(different plastic)
2 Star Mako ( 1st runs)
Kc pro aviar
JK Aviar X (main putter)
I used to be really bad about carrying so many different high speed drivers. Now I just carry a few destroyers and a few D1s. I just need to figure out what putters to keep in my bag. Right now I have two wizards for putting, 3 omegas, 1 FLX challenger, and a glo z zone.
You have a lot of overlap in your drivers. A LOT. Did you finally stop carrying that PDGA Stalker? Never seen you throw it. probably perfect for #4.
My bag is getting close to set. Have a Meteor coming to replace my Stratus that I never liked. Want to try a D4 and a Tern. Otherwise, I can cycle Destroyers in Pro and Blizz for the open shots and keep a 175 Star for wind/overstable duties.
dustin morris Wrote:
> Some people think about disc golf way to much.
> Throw the round piece of plastic in the basket.
> 20 discs just adds confusion on shots and allows
> you to second guess your original shot.