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Old 08-09-2010, 11:13 AM
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For my first actual mold change of the season (I went a long time) I took out my Destroyer and I put the Boss back in. PDs are my main D driver and the Boss steps up better from there for the situations I really need it for (headwind, low ceilings, long and straight with hard finish, FH distance). Right now I've got a red champ star in my bag, but I'm also messing with an E*. Eventually I'd like to find a particularly overstable one and one that is straighter (either beat or out of the box).

175 Medium Proto Red Ion--Putts, approaches, short/straight/turnover drives.
175 Medium opaque white Ion--straight drives and perhaps my main putter
175 Medium blue Ion--Overstable drives
(I always carry a bunch of extra Ions to practice approach shots with as well)

177 Goldline Fuse--anhyzers, turnovers, touch shots
177 2FR Buzzz--seasoned and versatile, longest and straightest Buzzz
177 Opaque Green Z Buzzz--More stable for wind/true hyzers
175 XXX--overstable, wind, utility
173 XXX--slightly domey, has more glide, a little less HSS, and skips much less

174 P-PD--beat for turnovers/rollers/tailwinds
175 P-PD--super straight
175 S-PD--seasoned, all sorts of glidey hyzers/S shots/straight distance
172 S-PD--new and more stable for full power and hyzer shots
175 C-PD--overstable for wind, open hyzers, S shots

174 Star Boss--FH D, wind, low ceilings, and open hyzers.
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