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Old 01-17-2017, 06:56 PM
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Yes please and make it on youtube! Here is too cold and too much snow to do anything but watch youtube videos! We need 2meters strings on discs, showels, snowshoes and riffle agains icebears at this time of year.
We have been under a ground freeze for about 30 days now, but no real snow. Finally getting 45-50 F and rain, so the thaw should start soon. Icebears? Canada, Alaska or Mtns?
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Old 01-17-2017, 08:27 PM
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We have been under a ground freeze for about 30 days now, but no real snow. Finally getting 45-50 F and rain, so the thaw should start soon. Icebears? Canada, Alaska or Mtns?
I ment polarbears, but i was a joke. Here in nothern Finland, we have average about 14F (-10c) couple days was -22f (-30c).
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Old 01-18-2017, 03:44 AM
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I had a feeling you'd click with the Defy Beautiful Matrix vid btw, nothing quite like that Axis shot though
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Putters

- 172g Electron Ion. Putts.
- 175g Soft Proxy.
- 175g Soft Envy
- 174g Plasma Envy.


Mids

- 178g Eclipse Axis (Beat).
- 179g Eclipse Axis (Fresh).
- 177g Matrix
- 178g Tensor (In the mail)


Fairway Drivers

- 175g Proton Inspire.
- 175g Neutron Crave (seasoned).
- 175 Neutron Crave (Fresh).
- 175g Neutron Resistor (Seasoned).
- 175g Neutron Resistor (new).


Long Range Drivers


- 175g Proton Insanity.
- 175g Neutron Wrath.
- 175g Neutron Fireball.
- 175g Neutron Energy.
- 175g Neutron Nitro.
- 175g Neutron Defy.
- 175g Neutron Octane.


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Sorted out which distance drivers I like. Lots of molds right now, which I'm not crazy about. I could see myself dropping one once I wear in some Nitros or a Defy. As it is I don't carry distance drivers for most courses besides Renny Gold and Winthrop, so that could take a while.

Actually finding both the Energy and Fireball useful. Energy does monster skips, the fireball is in a soft blend and sticks where it lands more often.

Mids are kind of up in the air. I like the Matrix a lot so I'd like to bag it, but I'm not sure how much I'll need the Axis once it beats in. Ordered a Tensor to try adding to the bag, and I might re-visit the Tangent as well. Put an eclipse in my field work bag. Might try to go Tensor / Matrix / Tangent and see how that works.
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Old 02-20-2017, 07:22 PM
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Mike

Too much to take in for a non mvp thrower.

Some simple advice. MVP/A. is an evolving company. Don't be afraid to go new molds. Not the case with like discraft and in. The new mold from MVP finally got me to take the company more seriously-matrix.

You know the company better than anyone. From my seasoned years of knowledge-keep it simple. Too many molds equals too many strokes.

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Old 02-20-2017, 10:00 PM
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Mike

Too much to take in for a non mvp thrower.

Some simple advice. MVP/A. is an evolving company. Don't be afraid to go new molds. Not the case with like discraft and in. The new mold from MVP finally got me to take the company more seriously-matrix.

You know the company better than anyone. From my seasoned years of knowledge-keep it simple. Too many molds equals too many strokes.

Completely agreed. Its easy to get attached to molds and be afraid to drop them in favor of new discs. I went through that with Volts being replaced by Craves and Wraths, and I often miss driving my gummy opaque proton Ions.

We've been getting great weather this month. I've been lucky being able to play so much. I'm confident that by mid March things will have settled down and I'll have figured out which molds to keep and which to drop.
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