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Old 01-06-2019, 07:12 PM
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18 at heritage

Putters:
1x classic aviar
1x ss omega
3x banger gt (2x ti, 1x pro-d)

Mids:
2x comet (1x esp mj, 1x ti)
1x MD4 (c-line)

Fairways:
2x fd (c-line)
2x teebird (brinster)
1x CD2 (c-line)
2x firebird (sexton, faf)

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


I had been reading the MJ thread a lot and decided to give the comet and bangers a chance, both of those discs are now here to stay. Something about this setup seemed to click with me. Had all the shots covered, decisions were quick and clear but still had enough to be creative when I got in trouble. Think this is going to be the main setup for 2019. Will probably end up adding another md4, cd2, and xcal just for backups.
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Old 01-07-2019, 10:47 AM
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What about understable fairways, are your FD's really beat or something? That's a really important slot for me playing in the woods.
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Old 01-09-2019, 10:24 PM
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What about understable fairways, are your FD's really beat or something? That's a really important slot for me playing in the woods.
I have one that is pretty beat, but that C plastic is pretty tough. FD's fly pretty neutral for me, so I can throw some nice turnovers. I prefer to shape shots with neutral discs than try to flip stuff. What are you throwing in that spot?
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Old 01-10-2019, 07:58 AM
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For a while I have been carrying 2 Patriots. A dead straight Icon, and a lighter-weight Pinnacle. I find the lighter Pinnacles to be pretty understable out of the box. Then I also carry a Sparkle Nemesis for extreme turnovers (but mostly it's a roller disc).

I recently dropped my Pinnacle Patriot for a super beat Z Stalker but that's probably just off-season fiddling.
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Old 01-21-2019, 10:32 PM
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Quick round in San Antonio

Putters:
2x omega
3x banger gt

Mids:
3x comet
1x md4

Fairway:
2x FD
2x cd2
2x firebird

Drivers:
2x wraith
2x scorpius
1x xcal

Took teebirds out, the cd2 can cover those lines when powered down, and can also cover longer shots. Overall super satisfied with this setup

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Old 01-22-2019, 09:56 AM
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I like this bag a lot. I don't know many people who throw CD2's but if it's got a mellower fade than a Teebird, makes sense that you could take the T's out and cover the lines with CD2's and a sexton firebird.

I'm curious about you taking the destroyers out but leaving the Scorps in, is there that much of a difference in stability?
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Old 01-22-2019, 10:54 AM
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I like this bag a lot. I don't know many people who throw CD2's but if it's got a mellower fade than a Teebird, makes sense that you could take the T's out and cover the lines with CD2's and a sexton firebird.

I'm curious about you taking the destroyers out but leaving the Scorps in, is there that much of a difference in stability?

The cd2’s when powered down will have a very similar flight to the teebird, so I just couldn’t see keeping them in the everyday bag. Windy days they will still come out.

The scorps have the same stability as destroyers, it is really a hand feel thing for me.

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Old 01-23-2019, 12:44 PM
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Played another round in San Antonio, same setup as above for the most part. Met up with a friend that I hadn’t seen in years, he gave me a pfn star firebird that I left here years ago, and it is beautiful. That went right in the bag, then halfway through our round he commented on how he liked the way my banger flew so I traded my pro-d one for a beat up Aviar with the fat tire flyer stamp. It’s like big jerm said sometimes you just need that love in your bag, mold minimalism be damned.

Also chained out from 300’ with my ti comet. Love that disc, comets and scorpius did the heavy lifting that round.
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Old 01-23-2019, 02:24 PM
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I just got into Comets with a swirly ESP. I'm really enjoying throwing it so far, and it has started out pretty understable, compared to my previous Z Comet I lost doing field work.

What gamut of Comets do you throw/bag?
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Old 01-23-2019, 07:04 PM
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What gamut of Comets do you throw/bag?
In the bag I have a 174-175 TI, 177+ mj swirl glo esp, and a 177+ elite z.

Just got done with some field work and found some interesting things, on full throws the ti will finish right, the esp straight, and the z a little left. But when I’m powering them down for 150-250 the Ti actually has more fade than the esp; the z still being the most stable.

Are you only bagging the one right now?
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