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Old 05-27-2020, 12:33 AM
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I'd also add Eagle as a better than average DX mold.
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Old 05-27-2020, 10:25 AM
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I'd also add Eagle as a better than average DX mold.

Man I totally agree. I’ve tried quite a few different discs in dx recently and I keep coming back to the eagle and the cobra. Dx eagle is the only disc I can effortlessly toss 350 with my noodle arm backhand, and my new dx cobra has become my go to mid, even above my new dx roc.


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Old 05-27-2020, 08:48 PM
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I'd also add Eagle as a better than average DX mold.
I'll third (or forth) this. More the X mold than the L, though

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I've been out of the disc golf loop for a couple years, but do they still do DX Eagles in both X and L? I want to remember that Stars were more or less all X mold, but DX was a bit of both, as was Champ.
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I'll third (or forth) this. More the X mold than the L, though

*possible thread drift alert*

I've been out of the disc golf loop for a couple years, but do they still do DX Eagles in both X and L? I want to remember that Stars were more or less all X mold, but DX was a bit of both, as was Champ.

I’ve only seen one option for the eagle in DX and I’m pretty sure it’s the X mold


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I’ll add another one to the list...was going through my other bag and found this TL in glow dx plastic.

This thing hyzer flips like a dream, out drove my eagles on a couple holes. Quite a bit more touchy though, really easy to turn over and end up 80 feet right of where you want to be


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More such stamps!
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I played a round today with only the dx eagle and my wizard, and shot my best score on my home course.
by 3 strokes. Throwing that eagle is probably the most fun I’ve had with my pants on, and the more it beats in, the prettier it’s flight pattern gets. Loving it


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I played a round today with only the dx eagle and my wizard, and shot my best score on my home course.
by 3 strokes.
It's time for you to check out sonny's ``I carry my discs in my hand'' group.

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I'll third (or forth) this. More the X mold than the L, though

*possible thread drift alert*

I've been out of the disc golf loop for a couple years, but do they still do DX Eagles in both X and L? I want to remember that Stars were more or less all X mold, but DX was a bit of both, as was Champ.
DX Eagle L and X molds are both still available. I recently purchased one of each from Hyzer Farm on EBay.
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DX Eagle L and X molds are both still available. I recently purchased one of each from Hyzer Farm on EBay.

Interesting. Assuming the L is more stable/longer?


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