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Old 01-05-2013, 12:33 PM
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Playing for: 5 years.
Play frequency: Once a week
Golf Distance: 420' (measured)
Max Distance: 480' (measured)
LHBH

I don't play very often, and I play at a variety of altitudes. In order to try and maintain some consistency, my main criteria in disc selection has been:
  1. Fewer molds
  2. Molds that are locally available
  3. Molds that don't get squirely at lower weights
  4. Molds that don't get squirely as they get beat
I limit my molds and cycle my discs in order to maintain some consistency with my infrequent play schedule. I throw 7-8 grams below max weight at my home courses (high altitude.) I have had a lot of success taking out the most beat discs and putting in a few max weight ones when I travel to lower altitudes.

Distance Drivers (400+)
Star Destroyer - Fresh; Hyzer, headwind distance
Pro Destroyer - Seasoned; Max distance
Star Valk - Fresh; Workable distance
Star Valk - Beat; Turnover distance

Control Drivers (<400')
Champ Eagle-X - New; Breaking it in for primary use
Star Eagle-X - Fresh; Primary control driver
Star Eagle-X - Seasoned; Workable control driver
Star Eagle-X - Beat; Turnover control

Midranges (<350')
CE Roc - Fresh; Straight shots with a strong finish
DX Roc - Fresh; Breaking it in for primary use
DX Roc - Seasoned; Straight shots
DX Roc - Beat; Slow turnovers

Utility (<300')
Champ Monster - New; Breaking it in for primary use
Champ Monster - Fresh; Primary overhand, flick and hyzer disc

Putters (<315')
KC Aviar - Fresh; San Marino, straight shots with a strong finish
KC Aviar - Seasoned; Holds any lines for drives and approaches
KC Aviar - Putter
Yeti Aviar - Long putter

Wanting to try:
PD - I wish I could get them locally, I've been wanting to try them instead of Valks

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Old 01-05-2013, 01:16 PM
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awesome set-up. I am a big fan of Eagle X and L's. You should def try out a C-PD. Basically a longer Eagle X just a little more HSS.

Love your putter and mid line up as well.
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Old 01-05-2013, 01:23 PM
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Are C-PDs fairly consistently made, or is there a certain kind I need to look for?
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Old 01-05-2013, 01:24 PM
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this latest run seems to be very consistent across the board. I get mine around 170g and have seem hardly a difference.
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Old 01-05-2013, 01:26 PM
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check this thread http://www.dgcoursereview.com/forums...peedee&page=64

post #632 by tbird888 is very informative
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