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Old 09-09-2010, 11:54 AM
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Probably wildcat or avenger straight down the line. I may go with a roller down the trees to keep it low and still get the distance.
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Old 09-09-2010, 12:01 PM
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Looking at an Eagle or FL backhand depending on how much fade is really needed at the end. \/\/'s saying it'll get you into the second fairway. If that's the case, I might be tempted to play the skip at the end with the FL for that extra few feet.
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Old 09-09-2010, 12:27 PM
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Orion LS lazer throw.
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Old 09-09-2010, 12:30 PM
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Throw a leopard right up the gut.
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prob RHBH Avenger SS nice and smooth right down the pipe
I use both, Leopard and an Avenger SS. Like the SS for S-shots and Leopard for similar or turnover and don't come back shots (as they get beat-in) - and I'm not a guy who can throw all that hard. I've never seen you guys throw yours so YMMV, but from what I've seen, both of those discs would take too much "lateral" room to work on a tunnel shot like that. I'd have to throw them with some hyzer and not too hard to keep them from flipping and turning to to the right - I'd' never be able to keep them in the tunnel.

That's why I'm thinking Stalker or unbeat JLS - I can throw them harder to get more distance without them turning over, and not too much fade

Just found those choices... curious. But as I said, never seen you throw.



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Probably wildcat or avenger straight down the line. I may go with a roller down the trees to keep it low and still get the distance.
Had an beat X Wildcat years ago. Liked it for long straight shots, but lost it in a river. Been thinking of trying one out again.

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Old 09-09-2010, 12:36 PM
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ESP XL right up the gut.
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Old 09-09-2010, 12:37 PM
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I use both, Leopard and an Avenger SS. Like the SS for S-shots and Leopard similar similar or turnover and don't come back shots(as they get beat-in) - and I'm not a guy who can throw all that hard. I've never seen you guys throw yours so YMMV, but from what I've seen, both of those discs would take too much "lateral" room to work on a tunnel shot like that. I'd have to throw them with some hyzer and not too hard to keep them from flipping and turning to to the right - I'd' never be able to keep them in the tunnel.

That's why I'm thinking Stalker or unbeat JLS - I can throw them harder to get more distance without them turning over, and not too much fade

Just found those choices... curious. But as I said, never seen you throw.




Had an beat X Wildcat years ago. Liked it for long straight shots, but lost it in a river. Been thinking of trying one out again.
Yeah, I could put a Leopard with a hyzer angle on release right at the edge of the left and it would right a gradual turn on down there but I figured I would run out of room and where I like the cheetah because its going to do that slow turn but stop and hold then ride straight.

Its like a Leopard that stops turning at just the right moment.
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:44 PM
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Sweet looking. Nothing cute here, try and shoot for that secondary fairway with Tracker FH. I would be very tempted to blast a F-bird through that gap on the far left and look for it to fade back into the main fairway. In fact, providing there's no one behind me, I would have to lauch a 2nd drive just to try it.
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:52 PM
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probably ESP Tracker, RHBH, although the forehand roller could be tempting.
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Old 09-09-2010, 04:06 PM
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I'd probably throw a JLS right at it to get down the fairway and go Buzzz/Avair to putting.
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Old 09-09-2010, 04:39 PM
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Beat PD on a hyzer flip if I'm playing it conservative. If I was going for it I might throw down a BH roller.
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