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Join Date: Jul 2010
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Years Playing: 13.2
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Experience: ~7 years.
Home Course: CHU/Paco - Elevation ~5300'.
Birthday: December 3.
Other Proficiencies: Professional lawn mower starter at the age of 8.
Immediate and Long-Term Goals: Play more goodly.

Throwing Stylee

RHBH & FH with an occasional terrible thumber. I typically only forehand my overstable fairway drivers/mids/putters on hyzer lines. I will throw the hyzer line every time it's available - unless the risk isn't worth the reward. I mean, my xbox gamertag isn't ThrowTheHyzer for nothin. FH hyzers max out around 320' with a Firebird, while backhand hyzer lines max out around 420' with my Destroyer. I can push the Destroyer 500'+ on anny lines, but I will only do so if there's room to mess up. I think I need to work on annys.



Z Force - 173 - Overstable - Trusty and long into heavy Colorado winds.
Star Destroyer - 172 - Stable/Overstable. Max D. Typically only if there's plenty of room for error.

Controlled Distance
ESP Surge - 173 - Stable - Go-to controlled distance driver. Holds a hyzer line for a mile.
Z Surge - 172 - Stable/Understable - Long turn overs that will come back. Controlled distance.

Glo Firebird - 175 - Ridic Overstable - Short headwindy shots. Shots that absolutely must hyzer hard; backhand or forehand.
Champ Firebird - 175 - Overstable - Glidey with fade. Workhorse forehand. Workhorse backhand. Best disc in my bag.
Champ TeeBird - 175 - Stable/Overstable - The perfect amount of overstability with reliable fade. It goes to the basket.
Champ Eagle L - 175 - Stable - It just goes straight. Light fade.
Gold River - 172 - Stable/Understable - Straight flyer with a sexy touch of turn.
Opto River - 170 - Understable - Hyzer flips and annys. Glide for days.


Z Wasp - 176 - Overstable - Backhand hyzer lines. Forehand approaches.
Z Buzzz - 177+ - Stable/Overstable - Straight shots that will fade. Mmmm.
Z Comet - 177+ - Stable - Straight as fack. That is all. Workhorse midrange.
ESP Buzzz - 174 - Stable/Understable - Everyone should have a flippy Buzzz in their bag.
Z Comet - 175 - Understable - Doesn't come back. Ever. Unless there's a strong tailwind.


ESP Zone - 174 - Overstable - Shorterish backhand hyzers. Forehand approaches.
Pro D Challenger - 174 - Stable - Straight with a trusty fade. Forehand approaches.
Pro D Challenger - 172 - Understable - Flippy. Holds an anny all the way.

Pro D Challenger - 173 - Goes in the basket.

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