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Old 08-11-2014, 09:40 PM
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Hello everyone. I've been playing for quite some time but as of late I don't really get to play quite as often as I would like.

I had another bag that I used competitively but due to a broken leg I suffered recently, I have just made a go out there and have a good time bag.

Was curious what you guys think of it and if anything should be added to the mix just let me know. Also due to my leg injury it messed with my distance so any high speed drivers higher than what I use shouldn't be suggested.Thanks.

Look forward to hearing the replies and suggestions.

All disc weights are 175+

Drivers
Innova G-Star Beast - S-Shots and Hyzerflips
Innova Pro Beast - Turnovers and Rollers
Discmania P-Line PD - Straight Shots and Forehands
Discmania S-Line PD - Overstable Control Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots
Discmania C-Line PD - Overstable Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots

Fairways
Innova Champion Teebird - Overstable Control Shots and Forehands
Innova Star Teebird - Straight Shots and Turnovers
Innova DX Teebird - Touch Turnovers,Rollers and Trick Shots

Midranges
Innova KC Pro Roc(x3) - Overstable Control Shots,Turnovers and Rollers
Innova San Marino Roc - Overstable Shots
Innova Champion Roc3 - Overstable Control Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots.

Putters

Dynamic Discs Classic Blend Judge(x3) - Straight to Turnover Drives and Main Putters
Dynamic Discs Soft Judge - Approaches,Straddle Putts and Turbo Putts
Dynamic Discs Lucid Judge - Stable to Overstable Control Drives
Dynamic Discs Lucid Suspect - Overstable Drives,Forehands and Trick Shots
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Old 08-11-2014, 09:50 PM
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Made one small mistake on my Rocs. I have a Roc that is my go to Straight as an Arrow Roc. So my Rocs go from Overstable Control,Straight Shots,Turnovers and Rollers.
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Old 08-12-2014, 08:06 AM
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looks good i could shoot extremely close to my average at my local courses given your bag. i dont see any gaps. well done
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Old 08-12-2014, 09:39 AM
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Hello everyone. I've been playing for quite some time but as of late I don't really get to play quite as often as I would like.

I had another bag that I used competitively but due to a broken leg I suffered recently, I have just made a go out there and have a good time bag.

Was curious what you guys think of it and if anything should be added to the mix just let me know. Also due to my leg injury it messed with my distance so any high speed drivers higher than what I use shouldn't be suggested.Thanks.

Look forward to hearing the replies and suggestions.

All disc weights are 175+

Drivers
Innova G-Star Beast - S-Shots and Hyzerflips
Innova Pro Beast - Turnovers and Rollers
Discmania P-Line PD - Straight Shots and Forehands
Discmania S-Line PD - Overstable Control Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots
Discmania C-Line PD - Overstable Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots

Fairways
Innova Champion Teebird - Overstable Control Shots and Forehands
Innova Star Teebird - Straight Shots and Turnovers
Innova DX Teebird - Touch Turnovers,Rollers and Trick Shots

Midranges
Innova KC Pro Roc(x3) - Overstable Control Shots,Turnovers and Rollers
Innova San Marino Roc - Overstable Shots
Innova Champion Roc3 - Overstable Control Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots.

Putters

Dynamic Discs Classic Blend Judge(x3) - Straight to Turnover Drives and Main Putters
Dynamic Discs Soft Judge - Approaches,Straddle Putts and Turbo Putts
Dynamic Discs Lucid Judge - Stable to Overstable Control Drives
Dynamic Discs Lucid Suspect - Overstable Drives,Forehands and Trick Shots
My only question would be about your S and P line PDs slowly taking shots away from your beasts. Other than that everything looks clean.
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Old 08-12-2014, 04:47 PM
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Thanks guys for the responses. I agree with the PD and Beast maybe overlapping overtime.
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Old 08-14-2014, 09:03 PM
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I was able to hit the course earlier today. I have a 175 and a 180 gram San Marino ROC. I was testing the 180 in place of my Suspect. I thought it worked pretty well for me. Gonna work with it when I can. With mold minimalism and just a have fun bag in mind the Suspect is coming out of the bag.

Just picked up a GStar Roc3 and so far I like it.
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Old 08-15-2014, 12:19 AM
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I had a 175 DX Beast that I gave to a friend who I got hooked on the sport; had just gotten to where it was flippy but there was a huge chunk missing from the rim so I thought it wasn't tourney ready; really loved it but I've been trying other discs out, may end up back with a Beast though; they're a great disc for sure.
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Old 08-15-2014, 11:38 AM
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Hello everyone... but due to a broken leg... and have a good time bag.

Also due to my leg injury (no) high speed drivers...

Look forward to hearing the replies and suggestions.

All disc weights are 175+
My advice is to take care of yourself and get better.

I see you've been playing DG 10 years so I'm certain you've battled back from injury along the way. I'd suggest rehabbing that broken/healing leg carefully and resist the urge to push your Beasts to cover lines your pulled max D drivers easily hit.

For your bag, I'd suggest lightning up your fun bag setup, currently 18 discs. I often throw 5 frisbees is a small bag for a fun yet competitive round. On league nights, I'll play 11 discs but only NEED 8-9 to cash. Of course during a tourney I'll load my Grip with 22 discs, but I digress.

How about, depending on the WIND and Course thin your drivers/fairway/mids/putters? Maybe the course doesn't require a roller off the tee or its a windy day somewhere and understable discs are risky, they ride the pine NOT your back. Also, consider that less overstable discs will be easier on your leg to throw. Take a minute to check the wind and touch every disc you'll be using off every tee and the most used upshots from perfectly placed drives. Then if you didn't touch that frisbee, to the trunk with it...

Drivers
Innova G-Star Beast - S-Shots and Hyzerflips
Innova Pro Beast - Turnovers and Rollers
Discmania P-Line PD - Straight Shots and Forehands
Discmania S-Line PD - Overstable Control Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots
Discmania C-Line PD - Overstable Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots
Consider dropping a couple drivers.
Fairways
Innova Champion Teebird - Overstable Control Shots and Forehands
Innova Star Teebird - Straight Shots and Turnovers
Innova DX Teebird - Touch Turnovers,Rollers and Trick Shots
Consider dropping a Teebird perhaps two on longer open courses that your drivers could cover
Midranges
Innova KC Pro Roc(x3) - Overstable Control Shots,Turnovers and Rollers
Innova San Marino Roc - Overstable Shots
Innova Champion Roc3 - Overstable Control Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots.
Consider dropping a couple Rocs. BTW, its been my experience that Sanny Rocs quickly beat into stable straight fliers. Maybe you could cover overstable Mid range duties with a powered down Teebird shot instead.
Putters
Dynamic Discs Classic Blend Judge(x3) - Straight to Turnover Drives and Main Putters
Dynamic Discs Soft Judge - Approaches,Straddle Putts and Turbo Putts
Dynamic Discs Lucid Judge - Stable to Overstable Control Drives
Dynamic Discs Lucid Suspect - Overstable Drives,Forehands and Trick Shots
You already pulled the Susupect, I'd lug around two of the four blend/soft putters. Maybe think Mid and let the disc do more of the work than powering up fun driving putters like the Lucid Judge when torque is a bad thing for right now.

Bottom line: give your leg a break and tote less than 18 frisbees and the big bag required to haul them.

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Old 08-20-2014, 06:44 PM
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All disc weights are 175+

Drivers
Innova G-Star Beast - S-Shots and Hyzerflips
Innova Pro Beast - Turnovers and Rollers
Discmania P-Line PD - Straight Shots and Forehands
Discmania S-Line PD - Overstable Control Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots
Discmania C-Line PD - Overstable Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots

Firebird? Unless you think your PDs cover this

Fairways
Innova Champion Teebird - Overstable Control Shots and Forehands
Innova Star Teebird - Straight Shots and Turnovers
Innova DX Teebird - Touch Turnovers,Rollers and Trick Shots

Midranges
Innova KC Pro Roc(x3) - Overstable Control Shots,Turnovers and Rollers
Innova San Marino Roc - Overstable Shots
Innova Champion Roc3 - Overstable Control Shots,Forehands and Trick Shots.

Putters

Dynamic Discs Classic Blend Judge(x3) - Straight to Turnover Drives and Main Putters
Dynamic Discs Soft Judge - Approaches,Straddle Putts and Turbo Putts
Dynamic Discs Lucid Judge - Stable to Overstable Control Drives
Dynamic Discs Lucid Suspect - Overstable Drives,Forehands and Trick Shots
What can you do with your suspects that you can't do with your roc3? I agree that your PDs and beasts will eventually overlap.
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Old 08-22-2014, 11:13 PM
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Thanks for the replies guys.

My C-Line PD is pretty much Firebirdish so I like it for that spot in my bag.

I have a feeling since I only play about 4 times a month that my PD's will take a while to overlap with my Beasts.

The suspect was replaced by my 180 gram San Marino Roc.Works just as good.

I did do a bunch of trade ins the other day since I don't play as much. Picked up a ton of Rocs.Got 3 more Roc3's,some KC Pro's and some of the Plus Mold Rocs
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