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Old 12-28-2012, 07:22 PM
-- Villain -- -- Villain -- is offline
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New player needing some professional feedback

Hey Guys here's whats in my bag right now and all things needed to critique me... I really love swedish/finnish plastic and any suggestions to "switch" to a similar disc would be appreciated

Years at it: Almost a year, haven't gone a day without a round since mid July

Putter D: 200-230
Mid D: 300-320
Controlled Drives: 320-350
Max(out in a field or open par4-5 hole): 400-420

Drivers:

I use ALOT of GoldLine Plastic!!

168g GL Bolt: Go-To Driver & could use just this as a driver off the tee
174g GL Flow: Slight anny puts her straight with very little turn or fade
172g GL Striker: Haven't really given her everything I've got and cant say much about it just yet
170g GL Saint: Long, Controlled shots that need to go right(LHBH)
172g & 162g GL Rivers: Yes be jealous of the second weight lol, but both are dead accurate and don't think I could go without them
168g GL Villain: VERY Long Hyzer bombs out to around 400ft
174g GL/Tourn Sword: Another one I haven't worked with
174g GL/Tourn Northman: Very overstable but brand new with a ton of flashing
171g Champ Mamba: Only used as a tomahawk and have aced twice with it, I don't know if I could part with it
130g Blizzard Katana: Thing is flippy as hell, I dont throw flicks so if I need to go left(LHBH) thats what Im pulling out

Mids:

174g Ti Buzzz: I have never had a good experience with the buzz so please help me get rid of this pos disc
175g Ti Wasp: Love this thing, mine is surprisingly beefy but willing to part with it
175g Champ Panther: My go to mid range, love this thing
180g Glow Champ Mako: More of a putter/driver for me, short D turnovers

Putters:

Only two...

???g X Putt'r: great for push putting, but even inside the circle it's flippy
170g Champ Dart: Unless you could have me totally sold on another putter, I couldn't part with it
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Old 12-28-2012, 10:40 PM
B00kbinder B00kbinder is offline
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Since you like Swedish plastic I'd suggest trying a fuse (that plus the wasp could kick that buzz out of your bag), and try a pure, I drive and approach with an opto and putt with zero line. I don't have much experience with your drivers but I'd recommend cutting some out, there seems to be some overlap there. You can probably drop the striker with the saint and rivers. And with 7 high speed drivers I'm guessing there's some overlap there that could be reduced. I'd also recommend adding a massively overstable driver for wind/utility shots, along the lines of trident/xxx/firebird.
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