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Old 09-25-2017, 10:25 PM
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But I want to know what a downshot is.
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I want to know what is in casey's bag. I think he throws at least 10 putter molds.
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Old 09-25-2017, 11:19 PM
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It took my breath away.
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Old 09-25-2017, 11:57 PM
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I want to know what is in casey's bag. I think he throws at least 10 putter molds.
Nope I had first ever Putter a Pre DuPont Rubber Putter 168 grams that my mom has as a long putter short approach disc, then at same time a bit later I tried a G9i Wizard 172 grams that is now oop on the plastic still have just retired it in late 2014 as I had only an approach shot about 40-50 feet from the basket and my Pro 175 gram Shark could do and more. Then I used a X Putt'r 173-175 grams that was not good as a putter but I forced it for about 1.5 years that I later gave to somebody who used those switching from a Pole Cat with amazing sucsess then Got my brothers old Hard Pro D Magnet stiff too 173-174 grams that he used for a month or two before finding a Beet DX Gator worked best for him after his, still does. I did have another Old Hard Pro D Magnet that was stiff at max weight 175-176 grams but I lost it, Maroon Red is poor choice for a putter then I got a Orange Hard Pro D Magnet not stiff like the old ones at also 175-176 grams I used till 2017 when I got two Jawbreaker Magnets I labeled appoach and Putter to replace the Orange one that got a chunk out of it when I hit a tree hard on a long putt. Still have the Blue one and it is the oldest disc in the bag I use. I also got in 2005 a U-2 Upshot at 166 grams for a Upshot/Downshot Putter and a driving putter till I got the 175 Pro Shark then a Non flight number Star Shark Last year same weight. I know about the Pro Rhyno and Looked at a R-Pro as my dad has that as well as a Rubber Putter with DuPont in it, a old DX Hydra, then got a friend for Christmas 2 R-Pro one as a Putter for him as he had no putter was using a SS or OS Buzz as his Putter before that. My Dad also has a 176 gram Juju in the soft Champion like plastic as his main putter though switches it up due to wind with his old Pro Rhyno and he has a hard Wizard (also OOP?) for appoach that is nearly as hard as my g9i Wizard. My mom also has to her Putters a 10 time KC Aviar 175 I found on the course but since I do not use them I gave it to her, a Touchline Wham-O 174 gram that was my brothers one that is like her 2 Classic Aviars, one a cousin gave to my brother who gave it to my mom, a late 1990's one with the Micro bread on it the other a newer one both are about 172 grams. I also recently saw and felt a Colt and a Wedge at the same time in the store that only sells Innova and side brands, except HyzerBomb. So I have used about 3 molds before settling on the Hard D Magnet and now the Jawbreakers I made my own with a Sharpie but still have the old Hard D Magnet that is stiff at 173-175 grams for wind days. I know my least favorite Putter I used was the g9i Wizard as once the plastic broke in I found the disc as an Approach disc only, to be replaced by the heavy old Pro Shark and Star Shark both 175 grams. I know the ones my parents used in fact I tried the Hydra both plastics DX and one of the R-Pro ones, the Touchline Wham-O Putter at one point to see if it was like my Magnet, nope more the feel of my mom's Classic Aviar's profile look is like that too. my bag to now is up on here. https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...=128049&page=6 and for the bag https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...d.php?t=128611 PS first links for my bag post do not work.

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Old 09-26-2017, 12:04 AM
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That last one tho....on fire brother. Keep up the good work. Mad props.
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But I want to know what a downshot is.
Simple it is the opposite of an upshot, going down hill. I first herd an uncle the one who got me and my brother started because an different uncle could not play use the term and he is from Western NY not too far the town of Rochester about an hour away, where one of the first big tournaments the AMFDO was played in...1976? Local Course is Erie State Park in New York. That course a new course as of late 2015 or early 2016 has some of the meanest rough I have ever played to as well as some of the tighter holes I have played one hole has a gap of 10 feet with rough containing wild roses on either side, makes you use nearly every disc in the bag, that is the local course. Tough for a short course, uses obstacles on the more open holes and tight fairways on the wooded holes as well. Be prepared for Wild roses and then another sharp plant like that one in the rough.
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That last one tho....on fire brother. Keep up the good work. Mad props.
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