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Old 07-13-2017, 10:34 AM
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Default My disc down old school bag

Got into the game late in life.
First two years were just throwing bad and accumulating discs, Then I tried Graublador's "how to build a bag" thread advice at the beginning of last year and it changed my game dramatically. That, slowing down, following video help, Comets and over the winter I threw a 150 class bag!

Had a lot of fun throwing a four dx disc bag, so for the rest of this year, I put away my normal bag and decided to throw this set up. Been working really well.

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Years playing/experience: 4 years
Right-handed
Throwing Style: RHBH, RHFH
Golf Distance (avg/max*) for putter/mid/driver: Yeti Aviar/Rhyno: 200/230'; Rocs: 250/280'; Eagle-X/Gazelle: 300'

Max distance driver: Pro Valkyrie, RHFH 300ft, RHBH I can get it to 330ft.


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Age: 55
Sex: M
Injuries/handicaps?: Just old

Immediate and long-term goals: Just get better

Putters:
Yeti Pro Aviar 175gr main putter
Yeti Pro Aviar 170gr (beat) Jump putts, short annie putts and straight upshots
Rhyno-R-pro, 175gr Fresh
Rhyno-DX, 175gr, beat (main driving putter)
Birdie-DX, 172gr

Mids:
Roc DX(x2) 177gr, 1 fresh, 1 beat
Roc KC, 177gr, Seasoned, main mid
Stingray, DX, 176gr, New, (just trying it out)

Drivers;
Gazelle, DX 175gr (x2) 1 fresh, 1 seasoned
Eagle-X, DX 175gr (x2) 1 fresh, 1 seasoned
Thunderbird, DX 175gr a bit of seasoning on it
Valkyrie, Pro 168gr, a little wear on it
Banshee, Star, 175gr. a bit beat, but still beefy
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Old 07-13-2017, 02:08 PM
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I'd recommend a champ Valk, has some more stability and might help you get a little added D off the T. Maybe a leopard for anny shots.


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Old 07-13-2017, 02:27 PM
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I'd recommend a champ Valk, has some more stability and might help you get a little added D off the T. Maybe a leopard for anny shots.
In my regular bag, I throw Leopards instead of Gazelles.

Not a Fan of champion plastic and the Thunderbird is covering the more stable Valk spot right now.

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Old 07-17-2017, 07:31 AM
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Replaced the Fresh Gazelle with my lightly seasoned DX Teebird.

The new Gazelle was just not as stable as I was hoping.
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