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Old 05-24-2011, 01:16 PM
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well, there are two schools of thought on very overstable (anything more overstable than a fresh roc) midranges.

The first one is that they are necessary utility discs for get out of trouble, high winds, doglegs etc.

The second school of though (the one I subscribe to) is that very overstable mids are unnecessary and the shots they cover can be better accomplished by an overstable fairway driver.

I prefer powering down a fairway driver because: Overstable fairway drivers penetrate wind much better due to a more aerodynamic shape, and it keeps another mold out of my bag.
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