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Old 06-14-2017, 01:08 PM
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The X Buzzz I bag is my first Buzzz ever and it's a beauty.



My X Buzzz flips well, and the Teebirds don't see a ton of action aside from line shaping shots



Gstar is great when you want an off the shelf, by the numbers flier and they get understable pretty quick, so good option while beating in another disc.
Youre about to make me cry. Before I had a golden (pink actually) retriever, I grip locked my first ever buzz, which was that old pastel tye dye in X plastic. It was out in this gross butt pond in MN November weather. I miss it to this day.

It would flip but nothing significant like the pro D. And it had YEARS of wear on it.
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Old 06-18-2017, 08:37 AM
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Youre about to make me cry. Before I had a golden (pink actually) retriever, I grip locked my first ever buzz, which was that old pastel tye dye in X plastic. It was out in this gross butt pond in MN November weather. I miss it to this day.

It would flip but nothing significant like the pro D. And it had YEARS of wear on it.
I wonder if the current X Buzzzes season like the old ones do? Mine is the one with the large bee stamp, before they went with the more "bar" like stamp on X Plastic.
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Old 06-18-2017, 08:40 AM
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Single day tournament in Georgia this weekend. Playing the course blind.

175 2016 Sexton Firebird - pretty new
167 Star Valkyrie - pretty new
170 GStar Valkyrie - seasoned
166 12x Champion Teebird - seasoned but beefy
167 11x Champion Teebird - perfectly seasoned

174 Z Buzzz - starting to season
171 X Buzzz - seasoned

175 Soft Wizard - seasoned
175 SS Wizard - seasoned
175 Soft Wizards (2) - putting
This bag setup worked really well. First round was so-so, learning the course and shot a 58 which put me on the last card but then turned it around and shot a 49 to catapult me to second. Good times. X Buzzz, SS Wizard, Star Valkyrie and Sexton Firebird were the mvps of the weekend. I think I might add some sort of Leopard to the bag for flippy fairway shots. The X Buzzz does well, but something a bit longer.

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Old 06-18-2017, 10:15 AM
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I wonder if the current X Buzzzes season like the old ones do? Mine is the one with the large bee stamp, before they went with the more "bar" like stamp on X Plastic.
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Old 06-18-2017, 04:27 PM
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This bag setup worked really well. First round was so-so, learning the course and shot a 58 which put me on the last card but then turned it around and shot a 49 to catapult me to second. Good times. X Buzzz, SS Wizard, Star Valkyrie and Sexton Firebird were the mvps of the weekend. I think I might add some sort of Leopard to the bag for flippy fairway shots. The X Buzzz does well, but something a bit longer.
I'm sure Ian will be in your ear on this, but try a Patriot rather than the Leopard (if I remember you have before though). They're great turnover drivers and super controllable, especially compared to Leopards. Personally, I find the grip to be more comfortable as well.
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