It was raining most of the day but stopped briefly in the afternoon, so my son and I headed out to the disc golf course to play a round. As we got close to the course it started raining really hard again and blowing. We threw one hole but were both getting really wet even with the umbrellas, so we got in the car and waited for a bit.
About five or ten minutes later it slowed down some, so we continued playing. This time the wind was not as bad so conditions were tolerable. After about hole four the rain pretty much stopped so I put my umbrella away. The round went pretty well and we scored about what we are used to for a rainy day. I ended up with six over par and my son got nine over par on the eighteen hole course.
We were both playing with our "reserve" discs which was an idea that my son had. The reserve discs were all of the discs that we normally don't use. There were a lot of holes where we both did not know what we wanted to throw on. My son did not have any midrange discs and my midrange discs we so flippy that ended up using my throwing putter after some early misses.
There is usually a reason why you don't chose to carry a disc in your bag. A lot of my spare discs are too flippy and difficult to get good results with.
Lucky for me I had a spare Destroyer disc that I usually don't carry because I have another XCaliber disc that flies about the same as it. I made a lot of use of that disc this evening.
I also had fun testing out some of the putter discs that I usually don't throw. My results with them are pretty close to what I remember and all of my spare putter discs work fairly well for me.