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Old 02-03-2016, 01:38 PM
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Backround: Open level player 1010 off the tee, 950 rated putter whenever the pressure is on....
Rhbh 475' max golf d, 425' fairway, 375' midrange.
Rhfh 300' control drivers, 250' mids and is my go to for approach.
Also throw decent thumber and other "trick" shots.

I used to have the mantra "throw the slowest disc that will get there" and powered up mids and putters a lot. I am working on a new mantra which is "throw what gets there easiest at 75% power and save the powered up shots for different situations.

Max D
PD2: I love all my PD2s and have not narrowed down which will be in the long term bag. I may just cycle S-Lines, but I do like my 169 Cline bomber
2 Dd2: 1 S-Line for max D where theres room to the right.
1 P-Line for more understable lines. Needs more height. Also my distance roller.

Control (main) drivers:
Z-Pred: I have bagged Z preds for about 10 years. I built my last couple bags around my PDs though and the pred overlaps them more than some other utility OS discs. I just know the pred so well it works. I am only carrying one currently.
2 C-PD fresh 3rd run form hard fade beat up 7th for straight and must fade. Also my main sidearm driver.
C-Cd2 dead straight finish from a hyzer or turning driver.

Fairway drivers:
CFD2: steals some of my PD shots, but is also an amazing FH disc. It powers down well to cover some overstable mid shots. Once beat in, or I get my wish of sfd2 it will pair even better with the FD.
CFD: when I need to hit a window or want to take some advantage of glide. I occasionally throw an S-line

Mids:
Sharks! What can I say, nothing finishes as predictable and holds any line under power as well. I dont get along with them as well FH as a verdict or buzzz but I am making them work FH.
MF Shark3: for long overstable mid shots and FH.
Beat in Champ Shark3: long straight/holds a line mid shots.
Star Shark: straight to solid fade mid shots and shorter hyzers.
Pro Shark: line shaping and touch mid

Sometimes a qms or comet when I want extra touch.

Putters:
K3 berg x2 stable approaches and all putts.
Polecat putter drives and touch approach.

I am messing with dropping my mercys for putter drives by working the polecat and berg longer and developing even more touch for short mid shots. We will see how it goes.
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Old 02-04-2016, 08:01 PM
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Practice your approaches in 1 foot of snow.

Also moar turbo putting.
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What is the berg like?
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Practice your approaches in 1 foot of snow.

Also moar turbo putting.
Zephyr did great on approaches the other night.


And regarding the berg its slow, glideless, and doesnt fade much, but doesnt turn either. Takes some power on approaches. Putts nice and straight. Has an odd thumb track. I am loving the K3 for my main putter.
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