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Old 06-14-2012, 01:06 PM
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Any Bag Suggestions, Help would be great.

Some info about me:
Years Playing: 2, but last summer I started it take it serious
Handed: Right handed
Throwing Style: RHBH
Distances; Putter: 210-240 Mid: 250-290 Driver: 290-340.

Drivers:
175 Star Boss (Used but still overstable)
139 Blizz Champ Boss (Beat combined with weight makes it turn a lot but still has some fade to it)
175 Star teebird (Basically Brand new)
170 Champ firebird (Basically Brand new)
Wahoo (Used maybe twice, but its just for water holes)

Mid-Range:
175 Z buzzz (Used, still has some stability)
178 cryZtal buzzz ss (Got as a gift yesterday so brand new)
168 Z Wasp (Used, still has that good wasp fade to it)

Putters:
178 Medium Anode (Kind of warn, not much though)
170 Soft Magnet (Beat it)
168 DX Aero (Beat it)

Discs not used (currently filler discs):
Elite X-Buzz
173 DX Shark
Light Up blackjax driver
Completely warped elite-x avenger ss
Completely warped 172 DX Eagle
173 Star destroyer (I dyed it and I liked it so I put it in the bag)

Any advice would be awesome! Thanks guys!
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Old 06-14-2012, 01:14 PM
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Add some understable stuff in. There are plenty of understable drivers that would be good, valk, leo, td, vision all come to mind. Also get a meteor as an understable compliment to the buzzes.
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Old 06-14-2012, 02:25 PM
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It looks like your missing an understable fairway driver (Leopard, river, xl, etc) and an understable mid (Comet, beat X buzzz, or something else)

You would probably also be better off dropping the Bosses and picking up another more forgiving driver (something along the lines of a beast, valk, surge, flash, wraith, orc, pd, etc). these would get you the same D as the Bosses with a bit more control
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Old 06-14-2012, 02:59 PM
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Yeah, after I started to really take the sport seriously and looking into improve, I realized a boss probably isn't a good driver for my experience but I also bought the blizz to test out the new material.
Also, I just recently bought a Valk for a dye job but from what you two said, it looks like ill have to test it out for my bag.
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Old 06-14-2012, 04:29 PM
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Others have pointed out the main issues, but for putting I find it helps to use one mold as its easier to practice and improve. Use whatevers needed for approaches/driving.
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Old 06-14-2012, 11:59 PM
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Others have pointed out the main issues, but for putting I find it helps to use one mold as its easier to practice and improve. Use whatevers needed for approaches/driving.
Well, I pretty much only putt with the Anode. The magnet is for more short approach shots and an occasional longer shot that I need a right turn on.
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Old 06-15-2012, 07:19 PM
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Drop the Wahoo for a Pro or DX Teebird. I don't approve of having a disc you only throw near the water (personal opinion). Your 3 putters are all very similar. Maybe try an overstable putter?
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