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Old 09-17-2019, 08:35 PM
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4 on 8 is fantastic. The best drive I've ever had on that I bungled the second shot and took a 5.
15 is a fun 3 to get. That's the big downhill then back up to the left? Did you play from the long pads? Cause that's quite a get.
63 is a solid ~ 980 round.

You were complaining newer DX rocs weren't starting off quite as stable as they used to right? Over on the Rocx3 thread someone was saying those do pretty well in DX
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Old 09-17-2019, 08:45 PM
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Made my third trip to Clark’s Run today and took the boy with me for his first. He particularly enjoyed the new smells and water hazards.

I managed a 32 on the front and 31 on the back. Could’ve been better but I’m not complaining. Little magic, my mako3 and my TL3’s got a workout.

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I deuced 6
I took a 4 on 8
I took a 3 on 15
Any rollers involved on 8?
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Old 09-17-2019, 10:40 PM
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4 on 8 is fantastic. The best drive I've ever had on that I bungled the second shot and took a 5.
15 is a fun 3 to get. That's the big downhill then back up to the left? Did you play from the long pads? Cause that's quite a get.
63 is a solid ~ 980 round.

You were complaining newer DX rocs weren't starting off quite as stable as they used to right? Over on the Rocx3 thread someone was saying those do pretty well in DX
I played the concrete tees, so 15 short. Star mako3 is what I’m using in the dx roc slot these days.
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Any rollers involved on 8?
Nope. Putter to the first corner. Forehand Thunderbird clipping a tree on the right at the second. Forehand Thunderbird skip to six feet left of pin on the third. Backhand rollers came out second shot on 3, 5 and 12.



I had other great shots but couldn’t capitalize so I chose not to brag about them.
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Old 10-08-2019, 09:28 PM
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Little Magic is freakin amazing! I can’t even recall the number of 100-200’ throw-ins and near makes I’ve had with this disc. I just think, “throw it in” and there she goes.

I often consider buying every first run Sirius Omega left in stock anywhere online but then reconsider with, “well they haven’t been bought in the last 11 or so years...”

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Old 10-22-2019, 10:04 PM
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I shot a 28 on the back nine Rockland reds. I gotta play quick to beat the darkness and let the dog play.

Discs I threw:
150g Sirius Omega 1.1 almost brand new (28 throws)

I’m knocking the flashing off li’l magic’s twin.

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Old 11-25-2019, 11:24 PM
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The 150 class Sirius Omegas have taken over all of my putter duties unless I need a flexing shot or OVERstability. In that case I throw a slightly seasoned max weight. I played in fairly gusty winds this weekend on a good mix of open and wooded holes. Li’l Magic did their job. I’m impressed.

I shot a 51 playing a mixed layout at Signal View (mostly white) and followed it up with a 26 on the back nine of Rockland reds. I could think back and recount what I threw but I feel I’ve invested enough time already.

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Old 11-26-2019, 10:41 AM
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What FLuke threw:
G*TL3
Sirius Scorpious
Champ Thunderbird
Champ Roc3
Omegas
maybe a wraith on a roller?

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Old 11-26-2019, 07:42 PM
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What FLuke threw:
G*TL3
Sirius Scorpious
Champ Thunderbird
Champ Roc3
Omegas
maybe a wraith on a roller?
Add a Star TL3, Star Mako3, another Champ Thunderbird, Star Wraith, Mortar and Roadrunner(2 of the four rollers. The G* Wraith had and airshot too.) and you got it. I don’t feel like counting back the throws, lol!

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