Originally Posted by tafe
What is your philosophy regarding carrying a variety of different discs for various shots versus carrying copies of certain discs in varying degrees of plastic and beatness? I find that my bag has quite a wide variety of discs, with relatively few copies among them. I guess that I'm more comfortable knowing that I don't have to season a disc "just right". Therefore I have adapted my selection to accomadate this. I realize golf is more mental than physical, and what makes you comfortable, go with. Just was curious about your thoughts.
BTW, the ONE IRREPLACABLE disc in my quiver is the CE Aviar/1st run Q Omega. The one do-anything disc that garnered me my first two tourney aces, almost three years apart to the day, with the SAME DISC!!!
IMO use the right tool for the job, but having multiple tools that do the same thing is wasted space.
My Bag consists of Avair(2-3),Roc(4-5),Whippet,Leopard(2),Valkyrie(1-2),Eagle(4-My go to),Firebird(1),Destroyer(3),Teerex(depending on course and wind),Nuke(1)