drivers for thumbrollers...like a guy who drives the car when someone's rolling a doobie, right?
I disagree with drugs, they're bad for you in all shapes anf forms.
If it's more efficient to roll the disc why don't you just play with a ball? Isn't a sphere more conducive to dealing with varying planes and obstacles than a flat circle?
I suppose a sphere would be better but then you wouldn't be playing disc golf, you would be rolling a ball around.
I went to a Play It Again Sports looking for a new used racquetball racquet and saw some of the golf discs. I don't understand why they make them so sharp on the edge. That seems like a real liability if you hit someone. Are there any regulations that would prevent someone from getting killed by one of those things?
Regulations don't prevent things anyway. The actions of people are what regulations affect.