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    I know people that sort their discs by color, by mold, or they just throw their discs in the bag.
    I sort my discs by stability, mold, and then by speed. each disc has a place.
    how do you do it?
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  • #2
    I lump mine in groups;

    Putt
    Mid
    Fairway
    High speed stable
    High speed under stable

    This way when I practice i just grab the first few groups and get exposure to a wide variety of discs. Then when I'm packing to go play a round I just grab 2 or 3 from every category and am good.

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    • #3
      In this order. Putter by stability. Midrange by stability. Driver by stability. If I have duplicate discs in the bag, the least stable is always first.
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      • #4
        Alphabetically.
        Golf appeals to the idiot in us and the child. Just how childlike golf players become is proven by their frequent inability to count past five. - John Updike

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        • #5
          Putters
          Mids
          Fairway
          Distance
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          • #6
            I have one divider; drivers are on one side, putters on the other. The distance drivers (8) are sorted by stability, the fairway drivers (3) are randomly thrown in the end. The midranges (5) and my putter are jumbled together on the other side.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Bryon_Harris View Post
              I lump mine in groups;

              Putt
              Mid
              Fairway
              High speed stable
              High speed under stable

              This way when I practice i just grab the first few groups and get exposure to a wide variety of discs. Then when I'm packing to go play a round I just grab 2 or 3 from every category and am good.
              Nice! My bag is set-up the same. To me this also helps from grabbing the wrong disc for the shot. I stack left to right with the putter pocket facing away from me. This also keeps the back straps outa the way when grabbing a disc..
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              • #8
                Putters
                Midranges
                Drivers
                Stunt Discs
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                • #9
                  I sort mine by:
                  - Speed/ How Far I Can Throw It (E.G. Firebirds are faster than Eagles, but I can throw Eagles further, so Eagles go first)
                  - Mold
                  - Stability
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by General Scales View Post
                    In this order. Putter by stability. Midrange by stability. Driver by stability. If I have duplicate discs in the bag, the least stable is always first.
                    ^THIS.
                    Disc golf ruined my life.

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                    • #11
                      i do mids, fairway, drivers from understable to overstable. only real reason is to be able to quickly identify anything i may have left behind. putters get their own pocket

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                      • #12
                        main drivers and putters mid bag - stunt discs on the sides.
                        Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man. - The Dude, 1998.

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                        • #13
                          I've got a Gorrila Boy Siverback, which has a divider right down the middle. My mids and putters are on one side and my drivers are on the other. The groups are sorted by speed first and then stability.

                          Putters-
                          -backup putting putter
                          -driving putter
                          -main putter in front slot
                          Mids-
                          -Overstable finesse mid
                          -Stable finesse
                          -Understable finesse
                          -Utility mid
                          -Power mid


                          Drivers-
                          -Speed 10+ drivers (currently none)
                          -4 different PDs for almost all my driver needs
                          -Understable/Stable Drivers
                          -Overstable Fairway/Utility
                          -Understable/Stable Fairway

                          All told, I'm packing about 14 +-.

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                          • #14
                            I have three big sections and a putter pocket that can hold three but usually has two:
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                            The three big sections are:
                            • 5 overstable drivers
                            • 5 understable drivers
                            • 4mid-range/1 floppy putter
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                            • #15
                              By Color, ROYGBIV...I attempt to acquire mostly RO and YG. Divided down the middle

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