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Old 02-25-2019, 03:24 PM
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Years playing/experience: 3 Years
Right/left-handed/ambidextrous: right-handed
Throwing Style: RHFH/RHBH
Golf Distance (avg/max*) for putter/mid/driver: P2: 180'/275; MD3: 280'/340'; PD: 330'/390'; DDX: 360'/410'

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Grip A-Series

Putting Putters

P P2(175) 9/10 - Backup
P P2(175) 9/10 - Main

They have not failed me.

Throwing Putters

S P2(175) 8/10 Stable/OS Drives off the Tee
X P2(172) 6/10 Stable/US Approach shots, Wet weather
ESP Zone(175) 7/10 Up shots, mostly FH
CryZtal Zone(175) 9/10 Up shots with a bigger skip. Stronger fade into the wind. Shorter flex lines.

The zone is the only non discmania/innova disc in my bag - they just dont make a disc quite like it.

Mid Ranges

SL Glow MD4(180) 9/10 Headwind, Forehand, strong fade
EM Glow MD3(180) 9/10 Headwind, Stable finish
EM CG MD3(180) 9/10 Stable
EM CG MD3(180) 8/10 Stable

Huge hole here until I beat in my md3s. The ones i have will flip up a bit but nothing that will hold a long smooth anny. I lost 2 of my more beat-in glow md3s last year. Neither were turned in to the club house Thinking about picking up a P line MD3 or an MD/Mako for now, or maybe just use one of my md3s A LOT until it beats in.

Fairway Drivers

Luster FD(175) 10/10 Straight to fade, touch forehands
C FD(175) 9/10 Straight
CG FD(175) 8/10 Flip-up, flat to anny

Nothing real beefy here. Took out a couple FD2s to limit the amount of molds I was carrying. On paper it looks like i have a bit of a hole here, but we'll see if it's a problem.I hope the more stable fd does okay in the wind. I may take out an FD and add the 2 FD2s back in. Have a Star Teebird and a Champ/Star blend PFN Banshee I can pop in as well.


Control Drivers

Glow FD3(175) 9/10 OS
DB FD3(175) 9/10 OS
AJ PD(175) 9/10 OS but not quite like the FD3s.
S PD(175) 9/10 Stable, control hyzers
S PD (170) 7/10 Stable Straight shots, long hyzers


Distance Drivers


Glow PD2(175) 10/10 OS. Mostly backup
Glow PD2(175) 9/10 OS. Workable. Glidey for a PD2
Glow DDx(175) 9/10 Slightly OS
Luster DDx(175) 9/10 Stable
S DDx (170) 8/10 Slightly understable, huge distance.

Mostly throwing the DDxs for BH. PD2 comes out in headwinds and for big FH hyzers.

Utility

C Max(175) 9/10 big fades, cut rollers.

There's my bag. Right now I think I'm missing a good roller disc. I use the glow FD but it's still not flippy enough. In general, not many flippy discs. Need a mid that can hold annys better. Throwing almost entirely Discmania after falling in love with PDs, MD3s, DDX, FD and P2s. Looking for any criticism on gross overlap or glaring holes.
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Old 02-27-2019, 04:37 PM
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Maybe try a TD or TD2 for your roller disc?
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Old 03-02-2019, 04:59 PM
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I bought a d line fd for rollers. I can get my beat in pd or ddx to roll but i reeeally have to force a hard anny with those. took out the regular c line fd
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Old 03-05-2019, 01:36 PM
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I doubt you have a problem in the fairway area, I think the PD’s power down well enough to cover your “stable FD” slot. For rollers I would quickly beat up a D-FD or try out an S-TD (heh heh).

Edit: somehow I missed the post where you said you bought a D-line FD. Good call!
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Old 03-08-2019, 08:26 PM
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I bought a d line fd for rollers. I can get my beat in pd or ddx to roll but i reeeally have to force a hard anny with those. took out the regular c line fd
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Edit: somehow I missed the post where you said you bought a D-line FD. Good call!
D-Line FD is very much a good call. Eagle McMahon would agree; he rolls (literally) a D-line FD sometimes. In the meantime, this thread has me curious to try my D-Line FD vs. my TD2 to see which one might fill my roller needs. I'm using my Sphinx right now for that, but it can be touchy at times...
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Years playing/experience: 3 Years
Right/left-handed/ambidextrous: right-handed
Throwing Style: RHFH/RHBH
Golf Distance (avg/max*) for putter/mid/driver: P2: 180'/275; MD3: 280'/340'; PD: 330'/390'; DDX: 360'/410'

Bag

Grip A-Series

Putting Putters

P P2(175) 9/10 - Backup
P P2(175) 9/10 - Main

They have not failed me.

Throwing Putters

S P2 Sky God(175) 9/10 Stable, full power putter drives
S P2(175) 8/10 Stable drives off the tee, up shots
X P2(172) 6/10 Stable/US Approach shots, Wet weather
ESP Zone(175) 7/10 Up shots, mostly FH
CryZtal Zone(175) 9/10 Up shots with a bigger skip. Stronger fade into the wind. Shorter flex lines.

The zone is the only non discmania/innova disc in my bag - they just dont make a disc quite like it.

Mid Ranges

SL Glow MD4(180) 9/10 Headwind, Forehand, strong fade
EM Glow MD3(180) 9/10 Headwind, Stable finish
EM CG MD3(180) 9/10 Stable
EM CG MD3(180) 8/10 Stable

Still need to beat these in. I don't use mids a lot, really only in the 275-325 ft range with a fairly straight shot. I throw putters almost as far.

Fairway Drivers

CG FD2(175) 10/10 Straight to fade, very controllable forehands
CG FD(175) 9/10 Straight
CG FD(175) 7/10 Flip-up, flat to anny
D FD(175) 7/10 short annys, rollers

these are really getting it done for me!

Control Drivers

Glow FD3(175) 9/10 OS
DB FD3(175) 9/10 OS
AJ PD(175) 9/10 OS but not quite like the FD3s.
C PD(175) 8/10 Stable, control hyzers
S PD (170) 7/10 Stable Straight shots, long hyzers


Distance Drivers


Glow PD2(175) 9/10 OS. Workable. Glidey for a PD2
S DD3(175) 9/10 OS Distance with hyzer or wind.
Glow DDx(175) 9/10 Slightly OS. Current Go-to.
S DDx (170) 8/10 Slightly understable, huge distance.

Mostly throwing the DDxs for BH. PD2 comes out in headwinds and for big FH hyzers. Trying to work in the DD3 now.

Utility

C Max(175) 9/10 big fades, cut rollers, grenades, tomahawks.
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