Originally Posted by Parks
You say that as if its a solution to the problem of inconsistent molding.
Frizbeerose: your best bet might be to just grab a low 160's DX Valkyrie and beat it in again. Your old one probably wasn't a super anny disc to start, it just wore in to one.
That way you will have one that feels and flies similar to your old one, it will just take a little time to work it in.
yep... you are right... I'm working on it... my dad sells discs (innova and discraft), but he doesn't have the dx valk in the 160ish range right now and I'm too lazy to trek anywhere else to try and find one... plus, what if a boss annie's even longer and prettier for me? I'm excited to try it out.
One thing I've really been thinking about with my game recently is that it is very good to throw what you know and to really learn your throws and the discs in your bag, but in the last 6 months my game has improved by some serious leaps and bounds and I'm thinking it might be time to get a little bit more aggressive and adventurous and try out new throws and new plastic... letting go of this valk may end up being just exactly the disc golf therapy my game is in need of!