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Old 08-10-2012, 11:06 PM
attik34 attik34 is offline
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Years playing/experience: DG 4ish months, played college baseball and messed around with ultimate alot in college as well
Right/left-handed/ambidextrous: right-handed
Throwing Style: RHBH
Golf Distance (avg/max*) for putter/mid/driver: Soft Magnet ~230/250* Buzzz: 240-270* valk ~290/320*


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Age: 25
Sex: M
Injuries/handicaps?: Big dude and I'm an ex-athlete so my body hurts always
Other sport proficiencies?: Baseball, small amounts of ball golf.
Additional Information: ummm...be super specific and thorough, i like reading and learning!
What do you like/dislike about your current bag?: Not sure what to move towards

Drivers:
C-Sidewinder: When I need to have alot of fade I go here. Between this and my Valk for max D

S-Valk: I tend to lean towards this over the sidewinder, but when I am throwing well I feel like I just need this one and not both :S


***looking for something between sidewinder/valk and flick go go suggestions ****


Flick: Been using this for big hooks and a utility type disc. Liking it so far.

C-Teebird: Probably my most thrown driver. Very straight with fade at the end. Super glad I went with a champ one

DX Teebird: VERY flippy at this point, beat it in really fast and i use it for turnovers or tailwind type shots. Just starting to develop some touch with the turning it over.


Mids:

TI Buzzz: "overstable" mid. has reliable fade and does what I want it too

Z Buzzz SS: Straight as a string. I can put it on a rope about 300 on most days now, love the Z plastic, love this disc in general.

***Need understable mid feel free to make super awesome suggestions ***

Putters:
2x Pro-D magnets: One for putting one for approach

S and M Wizard: I use these off the tee, honestly I don't use the soft one.

12x rainbow stamp KC Pro aviar: I Keep this for looks and stuff i want to put on like a short super anny type line, although my magnet is starting to do what I want it too in that role so this may be hiding somewhere soon
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:12 PM
nkhoury nkhoury is offline
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orc or northman if you really want another driver . maybe a fuse for a midrange. and might as well grab a River to add to the fairway drivers. Really, you should probably just stick with fairway drivers for the highest speed in your bag for the most part. I threw out my high speeds and improved my score
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Old 08-11-2012, 03:15 AM
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ya the fuse is good, esp. in test material! love that stuff, but if you want to stick to the buzz mold, i think a pro d buzz would be a good understable turning mid. not as understable as the fuse at first, but its a suggestion. and as far as the driver, i threw a flash for a while and really liked it, or maybe something faster, seeing as you must have a big arm from the baseball. nuke ss or vulcan??
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