1. In disc golf, a player who – whether it be due to lack of experience, poor mechanics, injury, limited practice time, or any other malady – does not throw his or her discs very far.
2. This generally means throwing 300 feet or less on an average day; 320-330 feet on a really good rip; or 350 feet when the deity of your choice decides to smile upon you. When this happens, a unicorn is born.
3. Noodle arms throw drivers on most holes, cannot throw a putter 300 feet, and love downhill shots. They rely on their short game to stay competitive.
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