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  1. BrotherDave
    10-04-2010 10:45 PM
    Glad to hear the Ions are working out for you; it's good to know that I don't utter pure nonsense out of mouth all the time.
  2. thePiRaTE
    10-04-2010 10:02 AM
    I'd let them go any time. $50 shipped for all 4 anywhere in NA. I'm not big on keeping discs around I no longer use, but its too much trouble to sell them piece meal.
  3. discspeed
    09-27-2010 02:00 PM
    I like the mediums personally, mostly because the softs are a little too soft for most the year down here in FL.
  4. BrotherDave
    09-27-2010 01:38 PM
    Slightly less stable, I can turn it over with OAT if I'm not careful but a clean rip will usually produce a nice, Buzzz-like flight. I've nailed more 50'+ putts with it than any other putter so far. They hold such a tight line and stay up longer than other putters that once you get them dialed in they make you look like a pro when approaching the basket.
  5. BrotherDave
    09-26-2010 06:02 PM
    I like them both for different reasons. I love the softs for driving in the woods and approaches b/c it kicks less, I love the mediums for putting and driving b/c it's stiffer and feels more consistent. Needless to say I rock a Soft and a Medium in my bag.
  6. what'shisname
    06-28-2010 03:53 PM
    Ya I'm a pretty big fan of the Ion's. I like the softs for most drives and the medium's been good for putting for me though I've not used it in the winter. I tend to fall back to my Voodoo's if it's going to be really wet out. They're basically the same shape and flight just less glidey and I don't love the grip of the Ions in the rain.

    The Ion's are great in the woods though and I can get mine out to 300' on a good throw. Straight right or left, they do it all.
  7. OcDiscGolf
    02-09-2010 12:01 PM
    Thumbs up! Oh man I can't wait to go up there to play. I have some relatives in B.C. and want to come up in the next year hopefully. It looks absolutely beautiful... I am jealous.
  8. Throwasurge
    02-08-2010 11:33 PM
    And of course if anyone's visiting, hit me up for a round, I might even have the fallen trees cleaned up on my 9 pin course by then.
  9. Throwasurge
    02-08-2010 11:30 PM
    Thanks! the fish was 117lb Halibut.

    I need to check the courses around me and post a couple reviews, at least the tournament dates (July 2-4 weekend) and stuff like mixed doubles every Sunday at 10am. My home course is generally regarded as one of the best in Canada, a European magazine listed it in the top 5 in the world but what do europeans know.
  10. OcDiscGolf
    02-04-2010 01:46 AM
    Hey throw down a review of This Course when you get a chance... I assume you've played it? I think this is the course I dream about right now.

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    I got a 9 hole course a bag of beer and a couple discs. Booyaaaa
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