« on: January 12, 2016, 04:30:46 pm »
Yep. Weight is such a critical part of the stability of a disc with a few exceptions in my opinion. Logic would also dictate that weight of the disc should be factored into the windspeed and direction. The days it sets up perfect to match my bag is generally when I find I shoot better. Then comes the psychology of it and keeping your head focused for the remainder of the round. Anyway, disc wise it's almost imparative that I have different bags for different tracks and conditions. What I really think would be cool if some tech whiz came up with a speed meter to judge what speed you should throw. Just like shafts, heads and grips in ball golf. There is no perfect fit, but it would be a good place to start. Especially for a newbie.
Some of the best ways to do that is talk to seasoned throwers. Hence the reasoning for this comverstation. But when it comes to Mr. Green Jean's, many of whom are the former owners of unmarked discs I find that didn't quite work out for them, what options do they have? They need something or someone to analyze their throwing form and style.
What do you think Jack?