Being we are still new here at Rattling Chains, we’d like to see if we could build our readership a bit more.
What better than giving away some plastic, eh? Especially with the first “official” day of spring coming March 20!
We won’t make you do too much for this one. But you can gain more than one entry!
However, to get the secondary entries, you must do the first one! Keep that in mind.
First, just post in the comments section telling us what your favorite disc is and why. Simple enough, right?
After that, you can gain up to two more entries:
1. Like our page on Facebook. (If you’ve already liked our page on Facebook, please mention it in your comment below, but the names will have to match up so I know who is who!)
2. Tweet the following (copy and paste the following exactly as is and we’ll know you did it and give you an entry. Please do it exactly as written or we might not be able to know you posted it)!
@RattlingChains is a new disc golf blog giving away some plastic to spread the word. Visit https://rattlingchains.com/?p=32 to enter!
I know all of you will be digging the idea of free plastic. So get at it. Enter! Tell your friends! Spread the word!
If this proves to be a successful giveaway, we’ll be giving more plastic away as we move forward!
This contest runs through 11:59 p.m. March 21.
Disc info: Innova Star Lycan, a mid-range disc. Weight is 176. The disc is white with a red stamp.
Innova’s website says this about the Lycan:
A predictably straight flyer with a stable finish. Easy to grip rim feels great in the hand. Choose your line and attack it.
Transform your game. Attack your Mid-Range drives with this birdie-thirsty relative of the Mako. The Lycan has a beefy rim that releases clean. The higher dome produces excellent glide, while the blunt profile provides a trustworthy finish. This disc is designed not to flip, but will hold a line nicely.
Innova says the Lycan is best used for:
- Straight shots in the wind
- Long approaches
- Fading drives that won’t skip
The ratings for the Lycan are: 4 (speed), 5 (glide), 0 (turn), 1 (fade).
If you have any comments, questions, thoughts, ideas or anything else, feel free to e-mail me and the crew at: pj [at] rattlingchains.com. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook!