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Thanks that is a great suggestion!
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Valks are good. They should even be a good choice for those tight holes, but nothin beats a straight-flying midrange. A comet if you're smooth, a buzz if you're not. And of course there are tons and tons of Rocs and tons and tons of Roc clones!
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Just saw the review of the course you played. I'll tell you what. Get yourself an MVP Tangent, and you'll master those woods in no time.
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Old 06-23-2013, 01:43 PM
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Gazelle(very little fade) or Teebird(more fade, but predictable) are great for tight holes.
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Old 06-23-2013, 01:47 PM
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The Gazelle has a healthy fade. It's more than "very little" for sure. Just wanted to clarify that for our returning friend.
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So much talk about feeling up random people's plastic... And tight holes...

Welcome back to the addiction!
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Old 06-23-2013, 02:42 PM
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One to try if your looking for a mid might be either the Mako or it's new Mako3 counterpart, the most pure flying golf disc ever made, great in woods or on the fairway, most accurate mid ever.
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One to try if your looking for a mid might be either the Mako or it's new Mako3 counterpart, the most pure flying golf disc ever made, great in woods or on the fairway, most accurate mid ever.
Does it leave rainbow trails, and sparkle dust as it flies too?

Just kidding. There are many great mids out there. What did BrotherDave say? This is the "golden age of midranges," or something like that.

Heck, you could probably do a lot with an old, beat Viper too.

What "midrange" type discs are you used to throwing? Rocs?
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haha, I have many old beat Vipers and one metal head viper with the star on it. I think it was the first run of vipers before the viper stamp. I have some rocs like this one too:
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