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Old 09-29-2014, 06:14 PM
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Teebird is a 7 right?

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Old 09-29-2014, 09:54 PM
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Old 09-30-2014, 10:00 AM
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Same here, right from mids to Firebird. My big sausage fingers are too fat for speed 7. I have tried Teebirds and other fairways and seem to flip them all over. The only S7 disc I like these days is a XXX and my Firebird & Buzzz OS have forced the XXX out of my bag.

I have been throwing the Buzzz O/S for about a month now. I can say without a doubt the Buzzz O/S is more stable than a Roc3. In stabality order, I now have a Ti Buzzz, Roc3 and Buzzz o/s (all 180) in my bag.

For my less stable mid I am back to a Stingray or 2 for woods courses. I carry 1 d/x and 1 star. both 180. I also carry a Skeeter or 2 and my medium Pure putter.

I am more than happy with my mids & putter now.
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Old 09-30-2014, 02:17 PM
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In general, I'm happy to give up distance for accuracy. It's hard to make big mistakes with speed 7 drivers.
I throws Eagles and QJs, mainly for accuracy, but keep a couple QOLFs on the bench for those longer wide open hole courses. There are probably less than 10 par 4 holes on ALL the courses I play around Memphis. Anyway, even when the QOLFs are in the bag they don't get pulled as I'll jump to Orc for longer hyzers short of 400'.

If course designers stop making par 3s less than 350' I could see speed 9 sales skyrocket even higher. The new mfgs like Legacy, Prodigy and Lat went 8-9 speed due in part to faster mids. He ain't making more woods nowadays where slower speed accuracy is at a premium so its only a matter of time til shorter wooded courses are gonna max out in urban areas and the new kids will need all the help they can get to birdie those converted ball golf course par 5s
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