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Old 06-15-2018, 09:09 PM
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Years playing/experience: DG 10 months; 2 years of Ultimate
Right/left-handed/ambidextrous: right-handed
Throwing Style: RHBH 70% RHFH 30%
Golf Distance (avg/max*) for putter/mid/driver: Hunter: 250/280'; Md3: 275/320’; Patriot/Thunderbird: 300/350’ for BH, FH all approximately 50 feet less.

What do you like/dislike about your current bag?: Finally getting most of the molds set, and being able to stock up for fieldwork and backups.
Specific areas of desired feedback: Looking for a straight to under stable midrange mold I’ll like, until md3 cycle gets going, or discmania consistently releases base plastic md3’s.
Immediate and long-term goals: I’m really happy with how my putting and short game is going, and wanting to improve my throwing my mids well.

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Drivers (weight/plastic/model/(condition)/use):
175 Glow C-Line Fd3: Flex forehands/backhands, hyzer forehands, rollers, thumbers, wind.
175 Star Thundy: Pretty fresh, Workhorse overstable driver, straight to fade backhands, forehands.
169 Champ Thundy: Beat, straight with small fade, farthest disc probably, main forehand driver.

170 Pinnacle Patriot: Pretty fresh, Hyzer flip to fade, straight shots, panning annies, main stable woods disc
175 Excel Patriot: Seasoned, turnovers, hyzer flip to flex, main straight to under stable woods disc
172 Dx Leopard: Beat, rollers, standstill’s, trickshots

Mids:
175 Recon Mortar: Slightly Seasoned, Overstable forehands between Fd3 and Aviarx3, acts as overstable putter and mid
180 Glow Md3: fresh, Top of md3 cycle, straight to fade backhands and forehands.
175 C-Line Md3: seasoned, straightest midrange, workhorse.
172 Champ Mako3: hyzer flips, turnovers, touchy straight shots.

Putters:
175 Star Aviarx3: Seasoned, forehand upshots, holds lines, and shapes shots really well, some backhand straight to fade lines
172 Neutron Envy: Fresh, utility putter between hunter and aviarx3; uphill flicks, other shots where I need something in between hunter and aviarx3.
173 Red Sparkle Hunter: Fresh, putting, straight backhands, hyzer flips, turnovers, and touch backhand upshots.

I know I should have separate putting putters, and I have some on the way, but I would love to hear any other suggestions. Especially looking for understable mid suggestions, as I haven’t really been clicking with the mako3 that well. Thanks for reading this, and I’d be happy to answer any other questions.
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Old 06-16-2018, 04:22 PM
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Separate putting putters is ok. Or not is fine too.

I’d think more about figuring out what mold you can putt and throw for upshots. Then get a few wearing in at different rates.
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Old 06-16-2018, 11:18 PM
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Have you tried a millennium aurora ms? That’s a pretty nice mid that might feel comfortable for you
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Old 06-17-2018, 12:30 PM
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Have you tried a millennium aurora ms? That’s a pretty nice mid that might feel comfortable for you
No, I have not. Thanks for the suggestion, I'll pick one up and let you know how I like it. Would quantum be the best plastic probably?
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Old 06-17-2018, 06:22 PM
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Quantum isn’t as understable to start, but works in to straight pretty quick. Millennium plastic is like Innova driver pro and should work in to flippy a bit quicker. I personally like a quantum at about 170g. Mine holds literally any line to the end of flight. Like a longer nova almost
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Old 06-17-2018, 09:17 PM
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I’ll pick one of those up, and audition it against my mako3. Thanks for the suggestion.
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