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Old 08-21-2019, 06:20 PM
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R-Pro, Star/G-Star, ESP/FLX. 'Course, this is what I throw all the time. Baseline would probably be good but I don't use it because it damages so quickly.
Disc cycling is awesome IMO, especially with premium discs since they stay that way for a long time.. I had two great rounds this week throwing 2 beaten up Gold Line discs, DX, and a SS Wizard.

The weather is a fickle whore.
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Old 08-21-2019, 09:37 PM
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Reptilian Chalkpit is by far the best I’ve ever felt for clean grip on those sweaty days. It’s amazing, and I’m sweaty as hell- like hit the microfiber towel, toss the whale sac and still feeling clammy type sweaty when it’s humid.

It’s only for putters but dang it’s great stuff.

For drivers I’d have to say my 400G plastic is really dry in the lighter weights, especially as they wear a little.

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