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Old 10-22-2019, 11:56 PM
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The Ion, Anode and Spin are the round finger friendly ones.

I am square finger, so I use the envy core putters. Envy, Proxy and Atom
thats what it was

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Old 10-23-2019, 12:16 AM
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crave isnt interchangable with a teebird
Nope, but they're interchangable with seasoned TB's.

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Old 10-23-2019, 12:44 AM
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Yeah man I'm all over those eclipse Craves getting one of them, gotta be I talked to both the dealers I know for a pre-order one of ems gotta come through depends how many guys are on the list above me..

Really hoping for a light one.. Almost 12 out east...

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Old 10-23-2019, 01:36 AM
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Whoop got two.. A 157 yellow and 162 red. One from each guy. I'm set!

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Old 10-23-2019, 11:35 AM
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And now it's the morning after.. I think I can get my hands on a heavy SE Crave but that's just collectors gluttony. Haha, tempting as a wall hanger but that's just visual proof of my addiction.

Saw the new eclipse style on the Envy looks good... it would get boring across multiple discs though. I'm thinking about a firm electron one. I've really been digging the heavy soft, black haha, one someone lost up here this year. I'm thinking about a 172ish soft in bright colours. Sure like the new stamp on that.

I didn't need those other two discs to begin with. The guy has a Doc Volt 160g Fission Volt as well. I'm kind of wondering about those too.. Haha crap.. Someone hide my wallet for me.
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Old 10-23-2019, 03:48 PM
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And now it's the morning after.. I think I can get my hands on a heavy SE Crave but that's just collectors gluttony. Haha, tempting as a wall hanger but that's just visual proof of my addiction.

Saw the new eclipse style on the Envy looks good... it would get boring across multiple discs though. I'm thinking about a firm electron one. I've really been digging the heavy soft, black haha, one someone lost up here this year. I'm thinking about a 172ish soft in bright colours. Sure like the new stamp on that.

I didn't need those other two discs to begin with. The guy has a Doc Volt 160g Fission Volt as well. I'm kind of wondering about those too.. Haha crap.. Someone hide my wallet for me.
Well if it's the same guy I use ya just snaked the last SE one out from under me but I'm not fussy about stamps anyway and still got 2 eclipse craves reserved in different weigths but if you feel you have too many discs to buy just enter my shipping address. Its win win, you still get to buy discs but without the hassle of finding the room to display them.

This is a good plan

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Old 10-23-2019, 11:03 PM
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Yeah wasn't me.. I snagged one out of 8 last night off one retailer online.. Got a second from out east and picked up a 3rd 156 this afternoon he had left.. But yeah we're probably shopping at same place.
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Old 10-24-2019, 09:41 AM
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Nope, but they're interchangable with seasoned TB's.
Or fresh DX.

I switched from DX Teebirds to the Crave. Field practice, they would land within 3 feet of one another almost every time. That's statistical noise at that distance. Flight path was a bit different, but I like the straighter Crave flight.
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Old 10-24-2019, 10:24 AM
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Or fresh DX.

I switched from DX Teebirds to the Crave. Field practice, they would land within 3 feet of one another almost every time. That's statistical noise at that distance. Flight path was a bit different, but I like the straighter Crave flight.
what would you use in the woods tho
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Old 10-24-2019, 10:47 AM
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what would you use in the woods tho
I use the Crave for driving in the woods quite a bit. Plaz Volt for longer Crave flight. Banzai for hard fades and a somewhat beat Relay for my turnovers

I like mids for tight woods shots. My score is better with better placement with a Wasp, Comet or Kaxe than the increased distance with fairways.

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