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Old 05-16-2019, 09:28 AM
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Default HoD 5/16/2019 Bittersweet Ridge South, North Yarmouth, ME




What's shown above is the #17 approach shot.

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This is a permanent course established in 2013. It is 4700 feet long, moderately hilly and wooded.
DGCR average rating = 3.75 based on 8 reviews

Hole 17 is 243 feet from both the red and blue tees.

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Old 05-16-2019, 09:37 AM
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I'd try to RHFH hyzerflip my big-z heat, hoping to have it turn over right as it gets to the road.
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Old 05-16-2019, 09:53 AM
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You also use a lot of ace race discs... not to hijack this thread, but I was curious how often you used the AR archer? I tried but never really got into that particular disc. I use the AR sol a lot for flick hyzerflip short approaches, but it turns over too much if I flick it beyond 120-150 feet. Was thinking to go back to the AR archer to see if that disc might run a similar path in the 150-200 range. If I remember, it was a good glider.
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Old 05-16-2019, 10:56 AM
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#3 Roc
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Old 05-16-2019, 10:58 AM
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Buzzz ss rhbh right at it.
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Rhfh Verdict
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Old 05-16-2019, 01:29 PM
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Aviar PnA would be the first choice, but probably just a Roc.
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You also use a lot of ace race discs... not to hijack this thread, but I was curious how often you used the AR archer? I tried but never really got into that particular disc. I use the AR sol a lot for flick hyzerflip short approaches, but it turns over too much if I flick it beyond 120-150 feet. Was thinking to go back to the AR archer to see if that disc might run a similar path in the 150-200 range. If I remember, it was a good glider.
I am hoping I will eventually beat in the Archer to replace the X Stratus. I use it for long anny's, hyzer-flip to flat, hyzer-flip to flat to left to right drift, and long flat to turnovers that never come back, in the 240' to 280' range.
On this particular hole, I would aim at the clump of saplings on the edge of the rough on the left, hoping for a slight turnover to slip between those saplings and the clump of saplings in the center, and flatten out straight toward the basket.
it would probably be easier to FH a Hornet on a little flex, but I love me some crazy RHBH left to right shots
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Probably RHFH my FD2, or RHBH my P-line MD3 and get it to turn on the flip.
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