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Old 12-17-2009, 07:06 PM
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Default Super class discs

I'm just curious what you all use in a super class round.

More specifically:
Putter
Midrange
Driver
(what you would use to replace those types of discs when using superclass)
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Old 12-17-2009, 07:07 PM
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forgive my noobness...superclass?
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Old 12-17-2009, 07:10 PM
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Basically think frisbee like or ultimate disc like but approved for tourney use(though if not in a tournament it doesn't really have to be).
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Old 12-17-2009, 07:33 PM
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http://www.pdga.com/super-class

Superheroes in the 175-180 range make nice putters. Hard to beat a 175-185g Zephyr for regular driving and up to 200g against the wind. Heavy Zephyrs are solid for rolling if the gorund is not too bumpy.
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Old 12-17-2009, 07:38 PM
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It is all about the Condor!!!!
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Just not for Super Class.
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Yeah, Condor's not on the list, otherwise I'd probably be using one.

I've been playing around with a TeMoko and it seems pretty nice, a little more stable than some of the other choices I've tried. I've never even thought of getting a mid or putter, isn't Superclass normally done with one disc? That was my assumption, but I was hoping to find a tournament to do Superclass in next year just to try it out.
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The only super class disc that I am really familiar with is the Zephyr. I have an 200g and a 160g and just alternated based on what I thought would work. I bought a 200g a few weeks before a tournament I played in and messed around with it for a bit. I got the lighter one in a players pack the day of the tournament. To be quite honest, I hated playing superclass and don't intend on every playing in another superclass tournament ever again. These discs are really fun to play around with but a superclass round is NOT my thing. An Ace race with short holes might be the exception.

To answer your question more specifically though, as far as Zephyrs are concerned, I think the heavier one did a little better for me in all of the scenarios that you are inquiring about. I would use it from everything from driving to putting.
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Bump, are there any super class players here, what would you carry in your bag?
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anything I use has super class
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