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Old 03-24-2012, 07:57 PM
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Default M-OLF vs. premium plastic OLS?

Should I just beat up a Millennium plastic OLF? Do I really need Q-OLS' or S-OLS' if I can get a "baseline" plastic more overstable disc and beat it up? Decisions, decisions...
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Old 03-24-2012, 08:37 PM
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you should be able to just stick with the OLF mold, the base plastic OLF's can get pretty flippy as they get beat up and should fill the slot of an OLS just fine. The pro (millenium) plastic also feels and flies better IMO.
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Old 03-24-2012, 08:49 PM
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^^^That's what I figured..I'm familiar with all of their plastics, just not the OLS.

FWIW to you or anyone else I can hit 400' on a golf line - and no that isn't macho interwebs distance.
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Old 03-25-2012, 12:35 AM
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Sweet, I wasn't trying to list my distance so everyone thought I was cool...I listed it so you(everyone) could decide whether an OLS is redundant or not
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Old 03-25-2012, 04:55 AM
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Another vote for beating a MOLF in. Mine, before I lost it in the middle of a friggin fairway somehow, was great for hyzer flips and holding anny. Kicked my OLS's out. I just didn't need em anymore.
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Molfs don't take long to develop a reliable high speed turn at your D. Really Solfs don't take terribly long either, just a few months of use and a couple of bad drives into trees per round and you're set

I've only tried a Sols and I found it kind of unpredictable, prefer beat Olfs. I've heard the Qols is nice, but I've got a lot of worn olfs so I'm set.
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Molfs don't take long to develop a reliable high speed turn at your D. Really Solfs don't take terribly long either, just a few months of use and a couple of bad drives into trees per round and you're set

I've only tried a Sols and I found it kind of unpredictable, prefer beat Olfs. I've heard the Qols is nice, but I've got a lot of worn olfs so I'm set.
I agree with mike. While i haven't tried any OLS's the SOLF's beat in quick and are easy sneaky distance.
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I'm another vote for MOLS. That's the mold I throw to complement my SOLF's. When they beat too flippy, I get a new one...
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OLF for president.

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Seriously though, had my second day today with my SOLF's and it's like I've been throwing them for years. From literally my first throw with them and on, they did/do what I assumed they would/will. High speed turn when you want it, HSS when you don't [want turn]. At my home course (Tyler State Park, PA) I've already reached my "top 5 farthest drives on this hole" at least a half a dozen times...they're so simliar to a Surge, just better in every way, shape, and form. Who wants to trade me some 1.2 MOLF's?
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