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Old 08-06-2012, 12:08 AM
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My bag is lopsided.

Overstable Driver
Overstable Driver
Overstable Driver
Overstable Driver
Overstable Driver
Stable Driver
Understable Driver

OverStable Fairway
Slightly understable Fairway

Understable Mid (lost my stable)

Stable Putter
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Old 08-06-2012, 08:57 AM
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My bag is lopsided.

Overstable Driver
Overstable Driver
Overstable Driver
Overstable Driver
Overstable Driver
Stable Driver
Understable Driver

OverStable Fairway
Slightly understable Fairway

Understable Mid (lost my stable)

Stable Putter
How many different discs do you need to go left lol?
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Old 08-06-2012, 09:37 AM
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I like to keep it simple and get better at using one disc for multiple shots. My "slots" are as follows:

Neutral putter (for pretty much everything 60ft and in)
Overstable putter (for hooking approach shots)

Neutral Mid (60ft - 200ft)
Overstable Mid (100ft - 200ft hooking approaches and mid range flicks)

Neutral Fairway (200ft - 300ft. Currently using a Trak for rain shots too)
Overstable Fairway (200ft - 300ft hard fading drives and flicks)

Distance Driver (300ft+. Something versatile, currently the Wraith, in different weights and plastics for different conditions)
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Old 08-06-2012, 02:14 PM
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This is how my bag is set up:

Distance drivers:
Overstable forehand
Overstable
Stable
Understable
Very Understable

Fairway Drivers:
Stupid overstable
Overstable
Slightly Understable
Understable
(Looking for a Stable fairway)

Mids:
Overstable
Stable
Slightly Understable
Understable

Putters:
Overstable
Stable
Slightly Understable
Understable
Jump putter
Main putter
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Old 08-06-2012, 04:21 PM
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UD disc
Roller disc
Stable driver
Wind-fighting driver (same as UD disc for me)
Stable Putter
Wind-fighting approach disc
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Old 08-06-2012, 07:16 PM
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I've got,

Driving putter
Putting putter

Overstable mid
Straight mid
Understable mid

Overstable fairway
Understable fairway

Stable driver
Understable driver
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Old 08-06-2012, 07:56 PM
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I used to carry 3 discs (overstable, stable, understable) in each category (distance, fairway, mid, putter), but it started boiling down to me using a certain specific set of discs for just about everything:

DRIVERS:

--Distance:
----Stable-Understable (can be turned over when needed)

--Fairway:
----Stable-Understable (again, can be turned over when needed)

--Utility:
----Overstable for use in heavy wind and special conditions.

MIDS & PUTTERS:

--Mids:
----Stable
----Understable

--Utility:
----Overstable putter used for any approach with a clear hyzer line, and putting in the wind.

--Putting:
----Stable
----Stable different mold than bog standard. When I'm having a bad putting day, moving to this one allows me to 'blame the disc' and get my head back into making putts.
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Old 08-12-2012, 12:24 PM
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Putters:
Overstable (also putting putter)
Stable (drives and approach)

Mids:
Overstable
Stable
Understable

Fairways:
Slightly overstable
Stable
Understable
Very understable

Drivers:
Very overstable
Slightly overstable
Stable

...And a utility DX disc that I'm fine losing, which is usually some kind of stable fairway.
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