« on: August 26, 2015, 01:13:33 pm »
To anyone that finds themselves not being able to sleep at night because the Classic Roc isn’t allowed, I have put together the following information that played a part in this decision.
Disc Allowed Available plastic
Buzzz Z, Ti, ESP, Pro-D, X, Cryztal
Buzzz OS Z, Ti,
Buzzz SS Z, Ti, ESP, Cryztal
Buzzz GT Z, Ti, Cryztal
Most Discraft Premium Plastic comes in a FLX or Glo Variant
Rancho Roc DX, KC Pro, R-Pro, XT, Star, G-Star, Champion
Ontario Roc DX, Pro, R-Pro, Star, Champion
San Marino Roc DX, Star, Champion
Flat Top Roc DX, KC Pro, Star
Roc + R-Pro, Star, Champion
Roc3 McPro, Star, Champion
VROC DX, G-Star, Champion
Most Innova plastic offers Glow, Metal Flake or Flat Top Variant
All models seen above (Innova and Discraft) are listed as midrange drivers by their respective companies and are all 21.7cm in Diameter. The Classic Roc is listed by Innova as a Putt and approach disc that measures at 21.2cm. (Size Matters)
**Wasp cannot be used for the event either and that’s what the Buzzz was created from. Food for thought**
The Roc obviously has the advantage when it comes to selection, but that didn’t stop Team Buzzz from winning in 2014!
Lastly to anyone that wishes the Truth, Ibex, Axis, Apache, M1, Ghost, Aftershock, Flying Squirrel or some other midrange be accepted in this event, here is my piece on that.
Once another midrange proves to have a World Championship built upon its shoulders multiple times by different players, both men and woman will it maybe…maybe be considered to be ranked with these two elite discs. Even then, that disc will need to find another Tournament Director to make an event for said disc to be beaten by the Roc and Buzzz Throwers!
Long live the Roc!
Long live the Buzzz!
Let’s be honest, every other Mid is only playing for 3rd place.