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Old 12-22-2019, 04:58 AM
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Looking for a less stable counter part to my z undertaker. Which plastic is slightly less stable than a z undertaker? I'm thinking pro-d,x and jb will be way too understable for what I'm looking for. Perhaps z flx or big z?
The Z flx feels awesome. I picked one of these up a month or two ago. Definitely less OS than TI, IMO, but I've only thrown it a handful of times because I live in WI and winter hasn't been playing nice this year.
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Old 12-28-2019, 09:58 PM
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Looking for a less stable counter part to my z undertaker. Which plastic is slightly less stable than a z undertaker? I'm thinking pro-d,x and jb will be way too understable for what I'm looking for. Perhaps z flx or big z?
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Maybe ESP? The new ESP plastic is very nice, and the ESP definitely has more turn.
I got a 167-169g ESP Undertaker in a recent misprint pack. It's pretty and I've been using it alongside a max weight Z Undertaker. It's not flippy by any stretch, but I like it a lot. Again, Discraft's recent ESP has a great feel and is attractive to boot.
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Old 12-29-2019, 10:59 AM
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I’ve added 3 Discraft discs to my bag in 2019. I know they’re not new, and I’m maybe late to the party, but the Zone and Buzzz have both had a great impact to my game this year. And my first run Anax has become my favorite driver. Love the ESP plastic.

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Old 01-02-2020, 01:13 AM
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I’ve added 3 Discraft discs to my bag in 2019. I know they’re not new, and I’m maybe late to the party, but the Zone and Buzzz have both had a great impact to my game this year. And my first run Anax has become my favorite driver. Love the ESP plastic.
Try an avenger SS. They are pretty damn decent understable fairway drivers.

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Old 01-02-2020, 11:13 PM
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I like how the new runs of Luna have a nice & clean appearance to the plastic where the earlier runs had inconsistent appearances. Like most o f the plastic would be grey with a smudge of pink or yellow on the top.

Jawbreaker is like this a lot. It's hard to for me to find a Jawbreaker Roach that has a consistent appearance. I really hope that DC can dial this in & fix it so it's not so random swirly/smudgy & look more even across the disc.
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Old 01-09-2020, 08:59 AM
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Do you any of you guys run a full Discraft bag? I was thinking about moving from a mixed bag of MVP/Innova/Discraft. I seem to throw all the Discraft molds more consistently than other brands so the switch would most likely improve my game.

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Old 01-09-2020, 09:25 AM
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Do you any of you guys run a full Discraft bag? I was thinking about moving from a mixed bag of MVP/Innova/Discraft. I seem to throw all the Discraft molds more consistently than other brands so the switch would most likely improve my game.
I throw all Discraft/DGA, I'm sure a few other people do.

Every company has a pretty complete lineup where you're not going to find a hole in your bag. Throw what you want and what works. If you really have only been playing a few months then simplifying to a single lineup isn't a bad idea.

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Old 01-09-2020, 10:50 AM
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I throw all Discraft/DGA, I'm sure a few other people do.

Every company has a pretty complete lineup where you're not going to find a hole in your bag. Throw what you want and what works. If you really have only been playing a few months then simplifying to a single lineup isn't a bad idea.
Yeah, I started in September and have only played 10 rounds with a couple days of field work before it got cold.
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Old 01-09-2020, 01:29 PM
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Do you any of you guys run a full Discraft bag?
I'm all Discraft/DGA. Started with the love of the Buzzz, and grew from my mids out. Liked knowing what to expect in a year's run, so my mids could all be the exact blend. Rigidity, grip, etc.

Don't know if it will help your game, but if you're semi OCD like me, the congruency gives me a warm comforting feeling everytime I rifle through my bag.

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Old 01-09-2020, 03:52 PM
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Do you any of you guys run a full Discraft bag? I was thinking about moving from a mixed bag of MVP/Innova/Discraft. I seem to throw all the Discraft molds more consistently than other brands so the switch would most likely improve my game.
I throw all discraft but a wizard.

Anax- overstable/ straight with fade
Punisher- S-Curves
Crank- Understable, max distance
Comet- comet shots
Buzzz- hyzers with little fade or longer comet shots
Wasp- Overstable mid
Zone- Overstable approach disc.

The zone goes in and out between a Scale depending on the course and how I'm feeling.
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