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Old 08-24-2017, 11:35 AM
ian.w ian.w is offline
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thanks for your replies. I picked up a SOLS and it flies much more how I had imagined one would. I think the QOLS is just a little more stable in that plastic.
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Old Yesterday, 07:48 PM
riltim riltim is offline
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Dug the old OLSs out of the bin today and took them to the course for some field work. Two 1.1 QOLS and two 1.12 SOLS.

I typically use the 1.1 SOLF as my Max distance driver as it's all my arm can handle. The OLS was traveling almost as far but it locked onto a line start to finish where my SOLFs need a lot of left to right room to get Max distance. Definitely throwing a QOLS and SOLS in the bag for the tighter wooded holes around here.

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