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Old 10-23-2018, 08:39 PM
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You bag a lot of OS discs. Might be part of the reason you're not discing down.

You need to add an FD or something. Next time we play Monroe we should do a speed 7 and under contest.
I had a TL compliment for my TBs (wasn't what I was looking for) my MOLF is seasoned to relatively straight. My theory was to get slightly OS discs and best them into different slots. Then I started throwing hella discs and they never seasoned. I have since learned the beauty of baseline and lighter discs also finding the right disc vs. just buying them. Also by not bagging an US fairway it forces me into throwing more TH and I need that. I'm down for a speed seven and down round.
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Old 10-24-2018, 11:20 AM
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I had a TL compliment for my TBs (wasn't what I was looking for) my MOLF is seasoned to relatively straight. My theory was to get slightly OS discs and best them into different slots. Then I started throwing hella discs and they never seasoned. I have since learned the beauty of baseline and lighter discs also finding the right disc vs. just buying them. Also by not bagging an US fairway it forces me into throwing more TH and I need that. I'm down for a speed seven and down round.
I carry a 157 Insanity that is absolute money. It has that fresh straight out of the box glide/turn. Granted, I wouldn't throw it in the wind, but I wouldn't throw a thrashed S-PD in the wind either.
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Old 12-07-2018, 10:21 PM
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Here we are at the end of 2018 and after a lot of experimentation. My bag as of now looks like
Putters:
PW WizardX2 putting 174g.
PW WizardX2 throwers 174+g.
ScaleX1 OS approach/off the tee 175g.

Mids:
ProphecyX3 stable to flippy 173-175g.
WaspX1 seasoned but still perfectly stable. 177g.

Drivers:
FD3X2 seasoned/freshy 175g.
OLFX3 stable to seasoned 170-175g.
Roadrunner X1 freshy 167g.
FDX1 freshy 175g.
TBX1 lightly seasoned 166g.


The molds that are the core of my bag are bolded (determined by how much they're thrown). I am going to keep my 10 mold limit for 2019 and experimenting will continue. Not going to add faster D drivers for a while still. I want to work with more neutral and flippy molds this coming season and try to get my game more about throwing shots with integrity. Wanting to work on rollers and getting my putting percentage up as well as progress my FH game a bit. I feel this line-up will serve me well and of course it's subject to change.

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Old 12-07-2018, 10:51 PM
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i could rock that bag for sure

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Old 12-08-2018, 05:16 PM
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Love it...I always thought the Prophecy was the best base plastic Wasp ever made lol.

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Old 12-08-2018, 05:24 PM
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Love it...I always thought the Prophecy was the best base plastic Wasp ever made lol.
Absolutely man, a tick less stable and hella more glide, seasons well and goes far. The Prophecy changed up my midrange game. And increased my confidence on almost every kind of shot in the 300' range.
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Old 12-15-2018, 01:18 PM
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Here we are at the end of 2018 and after a lot of experimentation. My bag as of now looks like
Putters:
PW WizardX2 putting 174g.
PW WizardX2 throwers 174+g.
ScaleX1 OS approach/off the tee 175g.

Mids:
ProphecyX3 stable to flippy 173-175g.
WaspX1 seasoned but still perfectly stable. 177g.

Drivers:
FD3X2 seasoned/freshy 175g.
OLFX3 stable to seasoned 170-175g.
Roadrunner X1 freshy 167g.
FDX1 freshy 175g.
TBX1 lightly seasoned 166g.


The molds that are the core of my bag are bolded (determined by how much they're thrown). I am going to keep my 10 mold limit for 2019 and experimenting will continue. Not going to add faster D drivers for a while still. I want to work with more neutral and flippy molds this coming season and try to get my game more about throwing shots with integrity. Wanting to work on rollers and getting my putting percentage up as well as progress my FH game a bit. I feel this line-up will serve me well and of course it's subject to change.
Played 9 holes in pouring rain today with this exact set-up. Didn't each for the TB or OLF one.single time. FD is a bad b!*İh.

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