Disc Golf Tip #1 – don’t leave your discs in the trunk of your car when it’s hot outside

A couple of weeks ago I bought a new 171g Innova Beast (I prefer 170-172g). I used it during one round then put it in my bag with the rest of my discs. I have developed the habit this year of leaving my discs in my trunk because sometimes I go play after work. I didn’t think about how hot it might be getting in there.

So when I went to play the other weekend at Rand Park and pulled out my shiny new beast to see that half of the top was now indented and no matter how hard I tried it would not go back to its original state. It was ruined. When I tossed it to see what would happen it immediately turned over and drifted right. So the moral of the story is: Don’t leave your discs in the trunk of your car when it’s 100 degrees outside.

Tip #1.5

If you set your ruined disc in the sun and then work on pushing it back out to its original state – it might just go back to being almost like new. That’s what happened for me.

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