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Old 08-21-2012, 12:34 PM
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Pwingles bag o' discs

Primarily starting this thread so I can stop hijacking VictorBs thread.

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RHBH mostly, occasionally throw LHBH. Proficient OH, FH is becoming more reliable.

Distances (golf D)
Putter, 250-300
Mid, 280-350
Driver, 350-400 with a fair amount of accuracy, max D is more around 450-470 but is not nearly as controlled.



Current bag:

Putters-
2x team stamped D Challengers putting only, 1 worn (main putter) 1 newer, more fade and slightly windy putting duties.

Pro D and Z zone for OS approach and utility shots. Beating the pro D in for very windy putting duties and after it reaches that point will only be in the bag situationally.

Opto Pure- just a ridiculous disc, does everything. Short drives, and approach shots

Midranges-
Beat 2007 KCWO DX rancho turnovers, long gradual right turns
Seasoned DX Rancho, straight with fade, hyzer flips
KC Roc, still plenty of HSS, windfighter, last resort before i grab something faster to power down on. Not a fan of OS mids even though the Zone could be thought of that way.
Z Comet, new, best comet ive ever thrown. Will likely knock my straight roc out of the bag


Fairway-
S-FD, for me its a TL/Leo hybrid. Exactly what I was looking for in those two discs but neither of them quite offered it out of the box.

Control-
S-PD x 3- new, straighter, very worn
Adding a 3rd run C line*
Z pred x 2, new, worn. Worn one will likely be replaced by CPD
Star Roadrunner, loooooong right turns, rollers, standstill approaches that my range of motion is limited.

Distance-
Z Force- hw, spikes, skips, great disc
Z Nuke (currently), max D, long and wide hyzers



Going to add, C-FD, Ti Force and probably Nuke if they ever come out.
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Old 08-21-2012, 01:50 PM
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/applause

I still think you ought to trade me a few of those challengers.
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Old 08-21-2012, 01:54 PM
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Nice Bag.

Have you tried a Z Challenger for driving?
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Old 08-21-2012, 07:09 PM
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I recently put an ESP Force in my bag, and I've very pleased with it. It flips up, rides, and glides; completely different than my Z. It kicked the Surge SS out of my bag.
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Old 08-21-2012, 09:22 PM
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Good luck on the C-FD hunt - let me know if ever find a stash.

While I agree with Dan Ensor that an ESP Force is more glidey and a completely different disc, since he's also carrying the Nuke it will compliment the stable ZForce as well.
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Old 08-22-2012, 03:18 PM
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I was under the impression that he doesn't like the feel of Nukes, but does like the feel of Forces. I carry a Nuke as well, but I prefer to throw my Force right now. I throw my ESP Force for distance, and my Nuke is my roller.
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Old 08-24-2012, 08:54 AM
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That is correct Dan, im not able to get a reliable grip on the nuke. When i get good snap its money, but i get some slips pretty often.
I have some ESP forces that i havent thrown in awhile, i may bag on up and see what happens.

As far as C-FDs, I think that once my S wears in a bit more, I can add the C and it will have some more fade, and be a good compliment. I havent thrown one yet, i can assume they fall somewhere between a TB and TL in stability (star TL not those mutant champ ones, ugh). It may not have a slot but who knows.

I have added my champ banshee back in to play around with, i love banshees but between powered down pd's and preds I have only a rare actual need for an OS disc that slow.

I wish they made star banshees tho

I also received a fr z nuke in a trade yesterday, its worn, we'll try it. Hopefully its a nice hyzer flipper.
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Old 08-24-2012, 10:52 AM
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Oh, I missed the part about not being comfortable with the Nuke rim. I agree then the ESP Force is a good option.

My FD's tend to finish pretty straight and the Banshee's is good disc if you need a hyzer finish or you're facing a stronger headwind. I've thought about putting one back in my bag as well.
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Old 08-29-2012, 01:27 PM
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3rd run CPDs acquired.

Banshee out, worn pred out, new S line PD back on the shelf until its time to get seasoned up.
CPD in. Rattler in. XXX in for distance thumbers and utility stuff.

Next addition, a couple cpd backups, c fds, more ts challengers, maybe a C MD2
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maybe a C MD2
It's a really nice disc and I'm glad I replaced my roc's with them, however, if you get a CMD2 get a flat one. Domey runs have no glide and just don't fly right.
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