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Old 10-10-2019, 11:00 PM
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Zombee back in my lineup! I've been trying to condense molds & put it aside a while back. I just can't hyzer-flip my Stalkers without getting that fade at the end. Zombees finish so mellow for me on a BH.

My fairway lineup is just going to have to stay crowded.
do you find the zombie to have too much turn
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Old 10-10-2019, 11:40 PM
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Zombee back in my lineup! I've been trying to condense molds & put it aside a while back. I just can't hyzer-flip my Stalkers without getting that fade at the end. Zombees finish so mellow for me on a BH.

My fairway lineup is just going to have to stay crowded.
I know what you mean with trying to hyzer-flip a Stalker, the mold does not do well in that situation. I have tried to do a Hyzer-Flip with a Stalker and found that the mold does not work for this. I am just going to have to keep Impact mold in my bag as well as all the back ups at in the two sets of weights the mold works at seeing the Impact is oop. I am going to have a crowed set of Fairway too using Impact, the Stalker both as more traditional fairway use, then the DX Dragon for a specificity disc, as well as an Archer for right shots and backhand roller.
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Old 10-10-2019, 11:59 PM
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I have a couple Z Stalkers that I found pre-beat in PIAS used bins, they finish straight. Really straight. The fresh ones still have a left finish, especially the glows.

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Old 10-11-2019, 12:03 AM
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i used to cycle stalkers

then i lost my middle beat laser straight z one that took years to get in that slot on a shot with water directly behind pin and it was a 300ft ace run and i went straight past directly into the water

took too long to replace a z stalker beat to straight so shortly after i just changed molds all together

x stalkers would be great in bright colors

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Old 10-11-2019, 12:23 AM
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i used to cycle stalkers

then i lost my middle beat laser straight z one that took years to get in that slot on a shot with water directly behind pin and it was a 300ft ace run and i went straight past directly into the water

took too long to replace a z stalker beat to straight so shortly after i just changed molds all together

x stalkers would be great in bright colors
I don't find the Zombee to be flippy. I've got a Big Z & Z each at 177+. Both are stable & predictable. If I throw them each on a hard BH hyzer they hold the line with the most subtle of left finishes. I did have a pink Z a couple of years back that was flippy right away. I usually use my Zombees in the woods so I'm not using them to fight wind. I've got the Stalker & Teebird for that.

Yeah, Z Stalkers take so long to season. I think an ESP would be great but the Zombee is a really nice compliment for BH's. Every now & again I'll FH a Zombee from a standstill.

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Old 10-11-2019, 01:02 AM
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I don't find the Zombee to be flippy. I've got a Big Z & Z each at 177+. Both are stable & predictable. If I throw them each on a hard BH hyzer they hold the line with the most subtle of left finishes. I did have a pink Z a couple of years back that was flippy right away. I usually use my Zombees in the woods so I'm not using them to fight wind. I've got the Stalker & Teebird for that.

Yeah, Z Stalkers take so long to season. I think an ESP would be great but the Zombee is a really nice compliment for BH's. Every now & again I'll FH a Zombee from a standstill.
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Old 10-14-2019, 12:40 PM
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I've experimented with a Ti Roach vs. Crystal Luna as my approach throwing putter, and for my slow arm speed, they definitely fly different enough that it will be a situation-based choice for this slot in my bag, with the Ti Roach being the primary, and the Luna the open course, windy choice. I definitely see why the Luna though is being sought after with faster arm speeds!
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Old 10-15-2019, 06:32 PM
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Cryztal comes in colors other than clear.
Good thing too, I lost all my clear discs before I ever got a chance to throw them. Just placed them on a table and darned if they just go invisible.

I suspect they are still kicking around the house somewhere.

Seriously though, it's not like a clear CryZtal disc is invisible - no worse than green or black.

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Old 10-16-2019, 12:41 AM
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Good thing too, I lost all my clear discs before I ever got a chance to throw them. Just placed them on a table and darned if they just go invisible.

I suspect they are still kicking around the house somewhere.

Seriously though, it's not like a clear CryZtal disc is invisible - no worse than green or black.
No it is clear Z that needed to go oop as that was a dumb color and not even cloudy like CryZtal due to the other stuff added to the plastic. Z was worse then most other plastics and caused some brands like Latitude 64 to make a fully clear plastic. Green can be a light spring green that stands out more.
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Old 10-17-2019, 06:17 PM
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Do a lot of you play Discraft primarily? Just started a few months ago and I'm playing a mix of things. I usually reach for Discraft discs because they seem to perform the best for me.
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