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Old 01-28-2016, 12:07 PM
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I was looking for an understable mid for quite some time that suited my throwing style. I tried a couple others but the Comet finally fits perfect in the bag. I play a local course here in VA that has a couple fairly short ~250FT holes that require a right finish. I throw exclusively backhand unless Im in jail, and the comet does what I want.
Aced hole 5 at Newport News a few weeks ago with it. love
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Old 01-28-2016, 11:18 PM
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I was looking for an understable mid for quite some time that suited my throwing style. I tried a couple others but the Comet finally fits perfect in the bag. I play a local course here in VA that has a couple fairly short ~250FT holes that require a right finish. I throw exclusively backhand unless Im in jail, and the comet does what I want.
Aced hole 5 at Newport News a few weeks ago with it. love
Gotta respond to a Miller! I feel like the Comet grows on anyone who will give it a chance, from brand new players to experienced throwers. For me, it's great for woodsy courses with gaps in taller, skinny type trees with fewer low-hanging branches and less ceiling issues. Great for weaving lines through those trees.
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Old 02-03-2016, 11:00 AM
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Gotta respond to a Miller! I feel like the Comet grows on anyone who will give it a chance, from brand new players to experienced throwers. For me, it's great for woodsy courses with gaps in taller, skinny type trees with fewer low-hanging branches and less ceiling issues. Great for weaving lines through those trees.
Yea, I feel the comet gives me a chance to shape some shots through the woods that I cant pull off with my roc and buzzz. I do feel like its gotten a touch to understable recently, so i will likely buy a new one. mine is a Big Z comet
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Old 02-03-2016, 11:38 AM
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Big Z are usually the least stable of Z comets.
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Old 02-04-2016, 05:51 PM
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I've got a Z Fly Dyed that's been growing on me, as well as a slightly lighter Glo Z that has potential. Another is a Ledgestone Ti, which probably can't get the distance of the Z, but feels really nice to throw. I've been happy that none of them seem too understable.
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