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Old 01-29-2015, 12:55 PM
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As basic as it gets!

Well, I have not played disc golf much as of late so in an attempt to make a little extra dough, I have sold the majority of the discs I own. So...here is the new bag I will be using for 2015. When the thread title says its a basic as it gets, it is as basic as it gets. Here's what I'm looking for from you fine folks here on DGCR: What disc would you add in the place of one of the listed ones to help me cover the shots I will need. Or if you would keep it the same, that's cool too!

Driver:
175g Pop Top Star Wraith 9/10 (good stable/overstable wraith depending on wind and what not)

Fairway:
170g Champion Teebird 8/10 (nice and straight/ hyzer if i put it on one/ flip if I put some mustard on it)

Mid/Putter:
175g Big Bead Omega SS 7/10 (there is honestly not much different in my mid distance and putter distance, she's nice and stable in the wind but not too overstable when I want to be gentle)

Putting putters:
2 175g G9i Wizards 7/10 (2 of a kind discs, stamped at the factory after I dug them out of a barrel and convinced them to sell them to me, they are oh so nice and find the chains)

I'm not adding discs, will simply replace discs if need be but 5 is the limit!

This should get interesting.
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Old 01-29-2015, 01:27 PM
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That's pretty basic man haha enjoy it. If I wanted a mega simple bag I think I might carry one or two straightish putters, a mildly understable leopard, and a pretty overstable driver like a destroyer or whatever. As if 5 discs is too complex lol, might as well go for 3?
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Old 01-29-2015, 01:31 PM
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Putting putters:
2 175g G9i Wizards 7/10 (2 of a kind discs, stamped at the factory after I dug them out of a barrel and convinced them to sell them to me, they are oh so nice and find the chains)

I'm not adding discs, will simply replace discs if need be but 5 is the limit!

This should get interesting.
Why bag 2 putting putters if you have a strict limit of 5? Seems like a waste to me.

I'd get rid of a wizard and pick up a midrange.
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Old 01-29-2015, 01:44 PM
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Yup. I'd dump a Wiz for a neutral mid.
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Old 01-29-2015, 02:38 PM
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Also suggest swapping a putter for mid. You could go neutral/shapable like a mako3 or have a true overstable disc like Gator for utility/FH/wind.
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Old 01-30-2015, 05:22 PM
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There's an idea! I will dump a wizard in leu of a trusty Buzzz!
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