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Old 07-29-2010, 02:42 PM
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So this is what im rockin with right now:

Destroyer X-3 (Champion 172g, Pro 167g, Star 159g)
Teerex Star 174g
Monarch X-2 (Champion 175g, Champion 165g)
Roadrunner Star 171g
Sidewinder Champion 167g
Valkyrie Champion 175g
Dragon X-2 (DX 150g) one is beat to crap and used for tomahawks only
Teebird Champion 166g
Kite DX first run 168g
Mako X-2 (Star 180g, Star 173g)
Shark Star 165g
Hydra R-Pro 175g
Aviar P&A Star 172g
Dart R-Pro 169g
Ion Putter 174g

I realize i could probably get rid of the roadrunner or the sidewinder but i use them for completely different shots. I will use the roadrunner for hard anhyzers and use the sidewinder for stright shooting S-turns. I just lost my star FL and im pissed cause i loved it. I just found the valkyrie and added the ion putter and they have been working out for me. I want to get another mako in as light of a weight as possible hopefully 160-165g. So let me know what you think about my bag. What should i take out and what should i add.
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Old 07-29-2010, 10:54 PM
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Personally I'd pare down the understable drivers to a valk/rr combo. It'll help develop consistency IMO to not have too many similar molds, but some overlap is good.

I'm also a fan of one mold strictly for putting. Other putters are fine if they're for approach shots, again, consistency.

I'd try this:

Drivers
Destroyer(s)
Teebird
Valkyrie
Roadrunner

mids
Mako
Shark

putter
Ion or Aviar (I feel like the Dart and Mako are kinda the same disc, one is just longer)



my .02, take it or leave it
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Old 07-29-2010, 10:57 PM
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also when you feel you need to step up stability-wise for a mid a Wasp or Roc would be a good one.

I would say understable mid too but the shark beats in to be pretty good for turnovers.
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Old 07-30-2010, 02:41 AM
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i agree that a roc would be a good choice....but a roc is always a good choice
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