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Messages - Greedee_Monkee
Can you post a picture of the bag? I am leaning toward the Voodoo Mojo. The bag is nice and offers what I am looking for.
It is true Innova supports the growth of the sport but the completely over saturate the market with their product.
First of I apologize for blowing up the forums with questions or comments. I just like to be active. Anyways I have a basic INNOVA small disc bag and am looking to upgrade to a 15-20 disc bag. I've been browsing Amazon and have found some stuff but in terms of quality that's where I question my purchase. If anyone has info or suggestions let me know. Thank you!
My fiancÚ just started playing. She has just started to get some decent distance but is still under 150ft off the tee. I'm proud of her for continuing to put forth the huge amount of effort she has been. She purchased an Innova Blizzard TeeDevil. First drive she threw with the disc it found a tree and the lip of the disk split. I have hit plenty of trees and have never seen that happen. I sent an email to Innova and within 5 minutes a representative contacted me and offered me a disc of my choice to replace the damaged one. Plastic, color, model was all up to me. I am very happy with the outcome. I offered to send the damaged disc back so they could inspect why it happened. He said no and to continue to play with the disc. I was shocked, an email that was not a complaint but a concern turned into an apology on Innovas part. I will not hesitate to buy from them again. Fantastic customer service. Thank you Innova!
I do not have a Nuke SS I just have a Nuke. Right now I'm learning to deal with the struggle. I've been adjusting my throw. It seems to going alright. I just can't get my backhand above 250 ft. Oh and I can't throw forehand with my left hand.
I am looking for a place to buy Discraft Discs. I'm having a hard time locating them locally. I have no problem finding a ton of Innova. They are everywhere. I like the Discraft plastics and maybe it's due to superstition but I tend to throw better using their discs. Is there any place locally that has a good selectin or is online the only real option? Thanks
I have an odd approach to driving. Keep on mind I am right handed. I learned how to play throwing forearm. I never really got results just a lot of inconsistency. Just recently I've given up that approach after 3 years and decided to work on my backhand. Problem is my backhand throw is with my left hand. I can't throw a frisbee right handed. If I use either throw the disc is going to have the same counter clockwise spin. Is this a problem in the grand scheme of things? I know I will never go pro or or even armature (not good enough) but I still want to keep up with the people I play with. Any thoughts?
Hey guys I was unsure where to put this so I thought this might be the best option. First off thank you for letting me join your forum. I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Brian and I am frisbee golf addict. I have never been great at the game, but I enjoy the sport. I live in DuPage County, Villa Park to be exact. Out by me there are no clubs or any real organized events. Most of my friends don't play so I'm forced to play by myself. I am looking to meet some new people an possibly better my game. Mainly my drive! Anyways looking forward to meeting some of you.