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Old 09-24-2019, 11:12 PM
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You mentioned the Zone earlier. I don't know if you've tried it yet, but it's a great OS disc and may solve the issues you are mentioning. Since I switched from the Harp to the Zone, I'm loving my Ti Zone.
Zones are great discs, but if you are like me and prefer the thumb track, check out the pig, pro rhyno off of the proshop (my personal choice) or the x-soft ringer gt. All of those are more than an ax3, imo, and less than a zone.
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Old 11-08-2019, 03:22 PM
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End of the year update: (I hope to squeeze in a few more rounds)

Putters
175g McPro Aviar (putting)
175g DX Polecat (long putts/approach)
175g Yeti Aviar (driving putter)
175g R-Pro or DX Rhyno (FH, approach)

Mids
175g Star Mako3 - has been my most used mid lately
175g Star Lion - has been a welcome addition to the bag, can't wait for the DX version to come out
175g DX Gator - comes in handy for a shot or 2 per round
175g Champ RocX3 - same as Gator but will skip if needed

Fairways
170g DX Leopard - beat in to where I where I like it, very glidey currently
171g Pro Leopard - slightly beat not quite as glidey as the DX but a bit more reliable
171g DX Teebird - workhorse driver getting 260-280' consistently with a few over 300' if I throw it really well
169g Champ Teebird - beat in but still a bit more stable than the DX
170g Star TeeBird - new just started throwing it my most stable TeeBird

171g DX Thunderbird - experimenting with it more off the tee, have had some good shots but way less consistent than my TeeBirds
168g Star RoadRunner - don't throw it much can could easily drop it but having fun messing around with it
175g DX Firebird - FH, utility disc comes in handy occasionally


In theory for next year I want to cut a few molds out to be more consistent, but in practice Ill probably keep buying/trying new discs because its fun.

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Old 11-19-2019, 03:08 PM
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hm nice idea
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End of the year/beginning of next year Experiment: Breaking my bag back down; the Garublador method.

Putter
175g McPro Aviar (putting only)
175g Sexton Firefly -everything else

Mid
180g DX Roc (slightly beat currently)

Fairway
175g DX Gazelle
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175 DX Cheetah

OS Driver
175g DX Firebird (beat)
may look at getting a fresh DX FB or perhaps in a premium plastic.

I'm enjoying the experiment so far, I have shot within my normal range of scores from my previous bag, with the exception of one round where I couldn't throw well or putt well.
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