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Old 09-03-2010, 03:12 AM
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I am a 70/30 RHBH/RHFH (I have tried to set my bag up for both BH/FH play and not brining every mold I own with me.


Stable Control Drivers
D Cyclone – 175g

Distance Drivers
P – PD - 175g
P – PD 165g

Understable Driver
Avenger SS – 170g x 2 (I use these for shots when I need an anhyzer to hold till the ground)
Pro wraith – 170g – Z plastic (for negative shots when I want stability at the end)


Moderately Overstable Driver
Echo Wraith – 173 g
Pro wraith – 170 g

Very Overstable Driver
Nuke – Z plastic 168 g - For open Distance drives and FH shots

Mids:
Elite – Z Buzz – pink to use when the grass and weeds are nasty
Elite-Z Glo – Buzz for strait and hyzer shots
Elite Z wasp - 174

Misc discs - ( Added these discs as I am using forehand a lot more for upshots)

Predator – Z plastic 170 g Also good for headwinds
Flick – 150 class Z plastic – I use this almost like a mid to skip around obstacles and touch shots when I am cramped for space.
Flick – 164 Z plastic – For 300 ish drives where I want a skip

Putters:
Pure grip line – 174
x 2 Challenger - 174
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Old 09-03-2010, 09:14 AM
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It's nice to see you over here, seen many of your posts on DGR when I'm in stalker mode (as I was never approved over there ). This guy is new to this site, but is well informed on the sport and has a very nice posting style.

The DGR adage is seen pretty easily, and I'm a fan of the minimal molds setup in a bag. The only thing I would like to see before a criticism is your distances Backhand. That and the bag is driver heavy and you really carry nothing that could be considered understable the straight shot hyzer flips and easy annys.

I'm glad you're over here too, we could use more classy posters.
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Old 09-03-2010, 11:34 AM
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It's nice to see you over here, seen many of your posts on DGR when I'm in stalker mode (as I was never approved over there ). This guy is new to this site, but is well informed on the sport and has a very nice posting style.

The DGR adage is seen pretty easily, and I'm a fan of the minimal molds setup in a bag. The only thing I would like to see before a criticism is your distances Backhand. That and the bag is driver heavy and you really carry nothing that could be considered understable the straight shot hyzer flips and easy annys.

I'm glad you're over here too, we could use more classy posters.
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Old 09-03-2010, 11:49 AM
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Some parts of this confuses me, you have PDs as distance drivers but Wraiths for moderately overstable. Why not go S-PD or C-PD for overstable? Also, a Nuke isn't really overstable unless you aren't getting it up to speed (unless you got a freak Nuke) so is there a reason you use that instead of the previously mentioned C-PD or a xXx?

As mentioned before, could you use an understable mid? Comet/Fuse/Meteor type?
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Old 09-03-2010, 11:59 AM
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My power level is 400 ish in backhand and little less FH (325 - 350 max).

Yeah I feel a little driver heavy atm but every time I try to trim down to 9 ish molds it seems like I have a slot missing. If I take out a disc I feel I am robbing either from my BH arsenal or my FH arsenal. I am also having a tough time really liking my BH discs for FH so I essentially carry almost 2 sets of drivers. (This is probably all in my head)

Thanks for the advice and look forward to more.

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Old 09-06-2010, 05:31 AM
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Some parts of this confuses me, you have PDs as distance drivers but Wraiths for moderately overstable. Why not go S-PD or C-PD for overstable? Also, a Nuke isn't really overstable unless you aren't getting it up to speed (unless you got a freak Nuke) so is there a reason you use that instead of the previously mentioned C-PD or a xXx?

As mentioned before, could you use an understable mid? Comet/Fuse/Meteor type?
As far as a P-PD for a distance driver it gives me a drive I can count on without being squirrelly. Max D drivers the usual suspect’s speed 13 are just troublesome on my home course because of the consistency issues. I play on a course that runs up and down a creek so water is always an issue. Maybe as I play other courses I may need to disc up. I will definitely keep your suggestion in mind.

As far as using the C-PD I tried it I just did not care for the disc at all. I found it to be a different disc then the P-PD. It had no similarity to its brothers. However you bring up a good point why not use the S-PD. I have some I just did not like them off the bat but I should give them a fair shake, which they probably did not get their first time around.

Thank You for your time. I appreciate it!!

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Old 09-06-2010, 11:29 PM
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As mentioned before, could you use an understable mid? Comet/Fuse/Meteor type?
Gotta agree with this gentleman. You might benefit from something in the finesse mid department unless your Pure is a do-all disc.
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:11 PM
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Yeah I ended putting the comets back into my bag. It was a good point.

Thank you for the advice

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Old 09-20-2010, 03:33 AM
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I am a 70/30 RHBH/RHFH (I have tried to set my bag up for both BH/FH play and not brining every mold I own with me.


Stable Control Drivers
D Cyclone – 175g

Distance Drivers
P – PD - 175g
P – PD 165g

Understable Driver
Avenger SS – 170g x 2 (I use these for shots when I need an anhyzer to hold till the ground)
Pro wraith – 170g – Z plastic (for negative shots when I want stability at the end)


Moderately Overstable Driver
Echo Wraith – 173 g
Pro wraith – 170 g

Very Overstable Driver
Nuke – Z plastic 168 g - For open Distance drives and FH shots

Mids:
Elite – Z Buzz – pink to use when the grass and weeds are nasty
Elite-Z Glo – Buzz for strait and hyzer shots
Elite Z wasp - 174

Misc discs - ( Added these discs as I am using forehand a lot more for upshots)

Predator – Z plastic 170 g Also good for headwinds
Flick – 150 class Z plastic – I use this almost like a mid to skip around obstacles and touch shots when I am cramped for space.
Flick – 164 Z plastic – For 300 ish drives where I want a skip

Putters:
Pure grip line – 174
x 2 Challenger - 174
Stable Control Drivers
D Cyclone – 175g
Esp Cyclone - 175 (trying these again)

Distance Drivers
P – PD - 175g
P – PD 165g Tailwind driver

Understable Driver
Avenger SS – 170g x 2 (I use these for shots when I need an anhyzer to hold till the ground)
Pro wraith – 170g – Z plastic (for negative shots when I want stability at the end)


Moderately Overstable Driver
Echo Wraith – 173 g
Pro wraith – 170 g

Very Overstable Driver
None atm

Mids:
Elite-Z Glo – 175 + Buzz for strait shots
Elite Z wasp – 176
Meteor/Comet – 177 – 178 Testing these discs now to see which one stays. Having tough choice I really like both of them.

Misc discs - ( Added these discs as I am using forehand a lot more for upshots)

Predator – Z plastic 170 g Also good for headwinds
Flick – 164 Z plastic – For 300 ish drives where I want a skip

Putters:
Pure grip line – 174
x 2 Challenger - 174
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Old 09-20-2010, 03:43 AM
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I took the advice and added a Meteor/Comet. I do love throwing these discs as they allow such beautiful lines.

When playing I started keeping track of the discs I used and after a couple weeks there were a few I just did not ever used So I removed them for the time being.

I also am trying to use an esp cyclone so I have a disc that is not as temperamental when I huck it into a tree.

Thanks again for the advice

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