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Old 05-04-2012, 04:16 PM
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Years playing/experience: DG 2years
Right/left-handed/ambidextrous: right-handed
Throwing Style: RHBH, RHFH, some OH
Golf Distance (avg/max*) 350-375/400'

Age: 33
Sex: M


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Drivers (weight/plastic/model/(condition)/use):

175 pro destro (beat work horse) most hyzer-flips/touch anny's
171 pro destro (slightly beat worker bee) same as above
171 star archon (slightly beat) control turnover shots
175 pro katana (slightly beat) long turnovers/rollers
175 C-PD2 (new) hard hyzers/massive skips/wind fighter

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173 X-clone (weathered) straight to anny shots (possible overlap with 11x)
175 champ teebird plus (newish) straight to hyzer control shots
169 12x champ eagle-x (newish) straight/flex shots
175 11x champ eagle-l (newish) straight to anny control shots
175 11x champ firebird x-out (used) fh approach/cut-rollers/wind fighter



Mids:

175 kc pro roc (beat) straight to turnover
175 kc pro roc (newer) straight shots
174 mvp vector (newwe) testing this one out. verdict's still out.

Putters:
175 SSS warlock (beat) main putter
175 SSS warlock (newer) approaches and putts

Considering purchasing/ trying out:

anodes and ions. I tried a buddys ion and i love it.
predator
s-pd
blizz katana


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Old 05-07-2012, 05:07 PM
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175 pro destro (beat work horse) most hyzer-flips/touch anny's
171 pro destro (slightly beat worker bee) same as above
171 star archon (slightly beat) control turnover shots
175 pro katana (slightly beat) long turnovers/rollers
175 C-PD2 (new) hard hyzers/massive skips/wind fighter

Fairways

173 X-clone (weathered) straight to anny shots (possible overlap with 11x)
175 champ teebird plus (newish) straight to hyzer control shots
169 12x champ eagle-x (newish) straight/flex shots
175 11x champ eagle-l (newish) straight to anny control shots
175 11x champ firebird x-out (used) fh approach/cut-rollers/wind fighter



Mids:

175 kc pro roc (beat) straight to turnover
175 kc pro roc (newer) straight shots
174 mvp vector (newwe) testing this one out. verdict's still out.

Putters:
175 SSS warlock (beat) main putter
175 SSS warlock (newer) approaches and putts

Considering purchasing/ trying out:

anodes and ions. I tried a buddys ion and i love it.
predator
s-pd
blizz katana


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That's a lot of fast drivers - have you thrown speed 9-10 drivers with any success?

Try an Anode
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Old 05-08-2012, 09:42 AM
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Yes, but the faster beat discs warrant good "d" on holes where placement isn't as much as an issue. I have recently obtained a pearly champ orc. this might be something I can use.
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Old 05-08-2012, 09:01 PM
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I'd try and cut a FW driver mold out. I've juggled all of those quite a bit and they all have their pros and cons. The Teebird is probably the easiest to drop but I'm biased b/c I like Eagles.
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