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Old 08-20-2018, 12:41 PM
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ion and volt

you literally dont need any other discs and if you do its to keep your ions and volts from bouncing around in your bag
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Old 08-20-2018, 12:44 PM
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Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Sounds like the Relay takes the cake. Looks like I'm probably going to pick a couple up.

Hell i might even pick up an Anode from what slowplastic was saying.

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Anodes are a great straight flying putter. Can take some oomph too.I throw a soft proton all over the course, and i putt a firm electron. They are fantastic!!

I also 2nd the alias. Its my longer anode. Its dead straight as long as you throw it that way. My fave mid.

Drivers...the crave is a fantastic fairway. The relay is a decent choice too.

If you wanna get into something a touch faster, i cant speak highly enough of the insanity. Its my go to driver. It will def show your flaws tho. I love it.

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Old 08-21-2018, 04:15 PM
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Proxy, Alias for sure if you want neutral straight discs - as for driver ---ewwwff that's tough - neutron Amp? IDK the stability varies a lot - Inspire? IDK - I really like the Legacy Patriot for a neutral fairway but if MVP I'd say Inspire or Amp - or even some volts - and DD - Probably Insanity or Inertia - and stop there
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Neutron amp.
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