Every year I attend one of the best tournaments in our state (AR). The Battle at Bell Park is held in Greenwood, AR and is run by Dynamic Disc Team Pro, Chris Eads. Every year, not only is the course, tournament, and competition good, so is the Players Pack. Last years players pack included an option for the new DD Ranger Bag. This year we got 4 discs, a nalgene bottle and a custom mini. It included the unreleased (as far as I know), DD Lucid Sparkle Enforcer. Mine is the one pictured in the image and is stamped with the “Sunset” color. A sweet disc to be sure. As uneducated as I am on discs, I had no idea what it was beyond a driver. Eads told me it is like an Ape, which I am familiar with. Too stable for my backhand, BUT, maybe usable for my sidearm I am learning. Here is my thought, is it throw-able? I am not a collector, but this disc is pretty sweet. At the same time, it looks pretty sweet to throw too.
Would you throw it, or hold on to it? Comment below. I will keep you posted as I weigh out my options….
Tournament Results → 6th Annual Battle at Bell Park