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Old 01-24-2019, 12:00 AM
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Right now I just have the ESP swirl, it has to be hyzer-flipped to straight, but doesn't turn and burn for big turnovers, it's pretty amazing.

Just won a MJ ESP and Z as prizes for the first session of putting league so I'm excited to try those out and see where they land me. Even if one is super straight I don't see it kicking the beat M2 out of my bag since I've been throwing that for 2+ years and am extremely comfortable with it. Right now I'm eyeing a Comet-M2-M1 mid line up, as I think that would cover 99% of mid duty and simplify my options.
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Old 01-29-2019, 10:25 PM
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18 in San Angelo

Putters:
Classic Aviar (putt)
Kc omega (putt)
Dx p&a
2x ti banger

Mids:
3x comet (ti, mj, z)
C md4

Fairway:
2x c fd
2x c cd2
3x firebird (star, sexton, faf)

Drivers:
2x wraith ( star, echo)
2x Sirius scorp
1x xcal (echo)

This course is real big about the pucker factor running along the river. Used my fd’s and wraiths for the straighter finishes a ton. Was playing a bit scared and my comets let me know. Was overpowering them instead of trusting them, yet another reason to love that disc. Snuck under par, but it was a battle.
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Old 02-10-2019, 10:14 PM
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18 in Tucson

Putters:
Classic aviar
Ss omega
Dx aviar
2x ti banger

Mids:
3x comet
Md4

Fairway:
2x fd
2x cd2
3x firebird

Drivers:
2x wraith
2x scorpius
Xcal

Was a short course, lots of comet shots and forehand scorpius shots. I feel like I lean on two or three molds depending on the course, but I always have what I need with this bag. I feel like I will eventually want more stability when I start throwing fully again, but for now my timing is feeling really great. Not throwing near as far, but hitting my lines well and that scores!
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Old 02-11-2019, 08:58 PM
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I assume you use the classic aviar for putting? What kind of differences throwing wise are there between the Classic, Aviar PnA and the Omega? I know the Omega has the small bead on it. I'm just surprised you couldn't philo it up and get a cycle of classics going.

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Old 02-11-2019, 10:25 PM
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I assume you use the classic aviar for putting? What kind of differences throwing wise are there between the Classic, Aviar PnA and the Omega? I know the Omega has the small bead on it. I'm just surprised you couldn't philo it up and get a cycle of classics going.
Ya Im in a weird position in that Im traveling for the next few months so I cant order anything and I dont have my back ups.

I traded a friend a d- banger for the p&a (sentimental reasons) Im using it currently as my under stable thrower, but I think Im going to move back to my kc pros for throwing.

The omega is 170 so it is nice for long floaters, and it sticks where it hits. My plan when I get back home is to have a setup like this.

Classic- putter only

P&a - short layups and outside the circle, or anything with lots of rocks around the basket. (Would sub omega on cold days.)

3x kc pro- beat, straight, New for throwing.
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Old 02-17-2019, 01:58 PM
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So stopped in at the Innova factory store and picked up a big order. I was feeling the lack of stability recently because I am able to throw full power again, so this is a bit of a bag reset. I have a few discs in that are standing in until I can hit enough trees to wipe the new off some of these discs.

Putters:
Classic aviar- putting
Dx p&a - short up shots/quick turnovers
Kc omega- small bead aviar, straight to turnover throws
2x kc aviar- main throwing putters
(All aviars with small variations)

Mids:
3x Rocs- 1 dx, 2 kc. Throw these more than anything
C-md4- overstable bh and short fh

Fairway:
C-fd - oldest disc in the bag, straight to understable.
2x star teebirds (168,175) main fairway
Brinster teebird- less glide, super accurate
2x rr (star/champ) straight shots and long turnovers
2x firebirds (sexy, faf) overstable bh and forehand drives

Drivers:
2x star wraith- less stable driver great for carving lines
2x scorpius- getting one more beat in and it goes far
1x echo xcal- longer teebird, flex fh

Think this line up is going to stick around for a long while.
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Old 02-17-2019, 06:41 PM
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But the Comets
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Old 02-17-2019, 10:12 PM
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But the Comets

Gonna keep them around! They will have a spot in my bag from course to course, but I can get a roc beat up to almost a comet. Cant get a comet as stable as a roc. That was the deciding factor.
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Old 04-03-2019, 01:41 AM
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Been on the road for a few months, have been lucky enough to play some great courses. De la was everything you hear about, just played one called three peaks in Utah that was gorgeous. Here has been my setup for the last month

Putters:
4x kc pro - one putt only
1x classic aviar

Mids:
3x kc roc
1x md4

Fairways:
2x c-fd
2x teebird (star, brinster)
2x roadrunner (star, champ)
2x firebird (Sexton, faf)

Drivers:
2x star wraith
1x scorpius
1x destroyer

I really consider the scorpius and destroyer to be the same mold, lost a scorp and the destroyer was much easier to find at a retail store. The md4 is going to come out and a sentinel is going in when I get to my backups.
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Finally made it back to KC and was able to grab my trove of back ups. Played 18 at badrock creek, my setup was almost the same as above, except mids were, MJ comet, 2 kc rocs, sentinel. And replaced the FAF with a cd2. Almost forgot to mention the aviarx3 I threw in there for forehand approach’s.

Drove great, but my putting let me down today, what else is new?
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