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Old 06-12-2019, 05:53 PM
Forehand Shiver Forehand Shiver is offline
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Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: USA
Years Playing: 7.5
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Default Something's missing -- need help fine-tuning my bag ...

Looking for any suggestions to fill gaps in my bag or help identifying overlap. While the bulk of my discs are Trilogy, I’m not wedded to any brand and am open to everything.

Been playing for about a decade but have really only tried to improve my form and play in leagues over the past 5 years, or so.

Throwing Style: RHBH

Golf Distance (avg/max*) for putter/mid/driver: Innova Nova: 250/300'; E-Mac Truth: 280/330'; Ballista Pro: 350/375'

When competing, I lean on my beat-in Ballista Pro off the tee, but have been trying to work in the Raider since I can get a little more turn. For most long upshots, I’ll throw the Culverin. But if I need something more stable, I’ll go with the Getaway or Explorer, depending on distance. In the woods, I usually go M4 or Truth. The M1 only comes out when I’m scrambling or in the wind. For short approaches, it’s the Nova, but I will throw short spike hyzers with the slammer.

172 Ballista Pro (beat) – main driver that I also will use for forehand drives
172 Raider (new) – distance driver
168 Moonshine Ballista Pro (used but stable) – overstable/headwind
172 Defender (new) – overstable/meathook for tight corners BH/FH
168 Crank (used but freakishly stable) – distance forehand driver and for turnover BH drives
172 Ballista (beat) – turnover BH drives
175 Culverin (new) – straight, stable, control driver
175 Getaway (new) – headwind/overstable
178 Ahti – headwind/overstable
178 Explorer – straight to slightly overstable, spike hyzer

175 M1 (beat) – slightly overstable, slight headwind
178 M4 (beat but stable) - hyzer flips, annys
178 Bard (new) – overstable, headwind
175 Pine (new) – slightly overstable
178 E-mac Truth – straight control mid

175 Prototype Luna (beat) - main putter
178 Slammer (beat) – hyzer
178 Nova – main approach

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