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Old 12-11-2014, 01:24 AM
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My Bag - Pure MVP/Axiom Based

So I have ironed out my bag for the 2015 season here in FL (and elsewhere!). I would like some feedback please from the group on its setup, gaps, etc.

User of bag: Rec player, throws 275-300. Plays regularly on four courses: one which is short, technical and wooded; one that is wide open for the most part, one that is a mix of the first two, and the last one that is tight and tricky.

Requirements of bag setup: Must be able to cope with the sea breezes in FL.

Bag itself: Infinite Discs bag, with straps. 22 disc capacity.

Putters/Approach:
Magic, SSS - 175g
Anode, Soft Proton - 169g
Nova, XT - 175g
Ion, Neutron - 167g

Midranges:
Theory, Neutron, 2x - 167g
Alias, Neutron, 169g
Alias, Proton, 169g
Tensor, Neutron, 2x - 166g

Fairway Drivers:
Switch, Neutron - 167g
Inspire, Proton - 161g
Servo, Neutron, 3x - 155, 163, 168g
Resistor, Neutron, 3x - 155, 163, 168g
Diamond, Recycled - 156g
Amp, Neutron - 168g
Volt, Neutron - 169g

Thoughts?
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Old 12-11-2014, 01:29 AM
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I think you could cut down on a few molds if you wanted to. Nova and Anode might have some overlap, and your fairways seem to be a bit thick. Personally I'd feel cluttered with Switch, Servo, and Inspire in the bag, and would probably look to reduce those to two.
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Old 12-11-2014, 01:32 AM
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why the x2's and x3's? just backups? seems like way too many IMO.

i'd go

magic
anode
ion

theory
alias
tensor

inspire or switch, take your pick i guess. don't know the nuances of each myself but IIRC the inspire is more understable.

crave

diamond
amp
volt

volt will probs act like a resistor at that power level, which is why i left out the resistor. however, if you really want it, put it back in. might be good to have on an extra windy day.
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Old 12-11-2014, 02:22 AM
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why the x2's and x3's? just backups? seems like way too many IMO.

i'd go

magic
anode
ion

theory
alias
tensor

inspire or switch, take your pick i guess. don't know the nuances of each myself but IIRC the inspire is more understable.

crave

diamond
amp
volt

volt will probs act like a resistor at that power level, which is why i left out the resistor. however, if you really want it, put it back in. might be good to have on an extra windy day.
changing it up;

you should probs bag a slightly faster more understable at that distance so you gain some more separation between your 7's and control drivers. either than or roll with an inertia, but if you go inertia, impulse i'd pull the diamond.



so i'd go


diamond (i always consider a trick-shot stability disc to be quite useful)
inertia
volt or tesla, probs volt.

or impulse
inertia
volt/tesla.

but if i disc up to the tesla i'd add the resistor back in at the speed 7's. if i used the volt i wouldn't. why? because.
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Old 12-11-2014, 02:36 AM
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That is a lot of Resistors and Servos. And two too many Tensors (I kid, I kid).
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Old 12-11-2014, 09:21 AM
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I find my fairway needs covered with 4 discs (3 molds)
175 Resistor
160-165 Resistor
172 Crave
172 Inspire

and I've been throwing my crave less and less with a beat P eclipse volt in the bag.
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Old 12-11-2014, 04:01 PM
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I have a Crave, but it is a demon in fade; instead of the leaping forward fade people have reported, it is hard breaking, almost a 3 fade. The Switch is doing what I thought the Crave would do.

I carry three of the Resistors and Servos because of forehands, rollers, and the variable winds that I deal with here in South Florida. Also, these are the discs that I will be teeing off of with on the tight wooded holes that I will deal with - the fade on the Resistor gives me more lines, and the straight nature of the Servo helps hit the gaps for me.

The Inertia I am considering. And once I get a grasp on the Ion and Anode, the Nova will be benched.

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Old 12-11-2014, 04:05 PM
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The Inertia is one of MVP's best discs. I think you would like it if you picked one up.
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