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Old 05-23-2012, 01:29 AM
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In my boredom (aka procrastination from more important tasks) this evening, I decided that for my round tomorrow morning I will use a simple Scandanavian bag, which will include:

166 GL Striker
168 GL River
168 TM River
172 VIP Warship
174 Eco1 Swan 2

Why? Well, why not? I have these discs just collecting dust right now, and changing things up all the time is one of my favorite parts of this game.

Anyone else have a similar bag setup? I feel like it is going to be pretty solid.
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Old 05-23-2012, 01:42 AM
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nope, not like that, my putter is swedish and I could throw it at any hole 280ish or less, so if the course can be played with one disc and has short holes I guess my bag would be simular with two of these.
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Old 05-23-2012, 01:51 AM
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You are much better than me. We need to get together for a round so you can show me some tricks.

Playing the safari layout at Ford, so I will need these discs with my arm.
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Old 05-23-2012, 01:57 AM
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I am off thursday and will be in Las vegas friday til monday. I really want to know when that course is going in at the middle school. Really want to be there to help if its possible. Looks like it wont be to much work to get that course in.

We should meet up and play wrightwood soon. My fatherinlaw Robin lives in Redlands and we play alot.
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Sounds good, John. I need to get back up to the mountains soon.

So my Scandinavian (which I now know I was spelling wrong...my apologies) adventure this morning was pretty fun. I fell back in love with the River, and the Warship performed admirably.

I was really struggling without the comfort of my P&A Aviar, so I will be ditching the Swan. My arm speed doesn't get much more out of the Striker than the River, so I can live without that, too.

I could easily see, though, picking up a Discmania P1 and adding a PD to make this a full-blown, amazing, easy Scandinavian bag. Four molds, most shots covered. Might be something to try down the road when funds allow.
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Sounds good, John. I need to get back up to the mountains soon.

So my Scandinavian (which I now know I was spelling wrong...my apologies) adventure this morning was pretty fun. I fell back in love with the River, and the Warship performed admirably.

I was really struggling without the comfort of my P&A Aviar, so I will be ditching the Swan. My arm speed doesn't get much more out of the Striker than the River, so I can live without that, too.

I could easily see, though, picking up a Discmania P1 and adding a PD to make this a full-blown, amazing, easy Scandinavian bag. Four molds, most shots covered. Might be something to try down the road when funds allow.
I notice the same thing with my River and Striker about distance... but I get two very different flights and they fit my playing style perfectly.
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I do a kind of similar thing but I also do it with other companies. I'll usually keep my putter and then do a mid and driver lineup.

Westside/Lat64:
Warship, Fuse
XXXs, Rivers, (I need a striker)
Swords, King

Sometimes I'll do a vibram bag to:Putter, Ibex, Trak, Ascent
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i've been dabbling again with latitude and westside and could probably do a small bag packed with

pure
fuse
warship
river
sword
giant

of course i'd carry more molds if i could but those 6 would cover most shots in a small bag.
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