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Need Some Help With My Bag!

Postby Norcalfanatic » Mon Mar 02, 2009 3:00 pm

Distance Driver
champion groove 350-420 distance newer
star destroyer 169 fly's nice
Star Eagle x 171 flattens out great

Mids:
KC Pro Roc 176
DX Rocs 180
crystal challenger 174
Z ? goes right holds nice

Putters:
Star Aviar 175


Thanks for the ideas guys... Thanks Further, the new discs really stepped up my accuracy game. What was the red "z" Disc you sent me?
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Re: Need Some Help With My Bag!

Postby Timko » Mon Mar 02, 2009 3:11 pm

Norcalfanatic wrote:i need better accuarcy putting and to develop a forehand shot


Can't help you with the putting (that's all in your head anyways). I normally recommend people to start with a Teebird or Eagle and learn how to control one for the forehand. A lot of people just torque Firebirds, but that doesn't really teach you to throw forehand.

And get some of the XLs I just offered you. Those would be sweet. I feel like I'm making a sales pitch here :).
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Re: Need Some Help With My Bag!

Postby Dig It » Mon Mar 02, 2009 3:52 pm

Norcalfanatic wrote:Distance Driver
groove 169 171 newer
star destroyer 169 fly's best

Mids:
KC Pro Roc 176
DX Rocs 180
crystal challenger 174

Putters:
Wizard 174
Star Aviar 175


Any ideas on what to add/exclude i need better accuarcy putting and to develop a forehand shot


Any reason you use those two different types of putters? Could you pick one and go with it? Or is one off the tee and ones for actual putting?
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Re: Need Some Help With My Bag!

Postby kern9787 » Mon Mar 02, 2009 7:46 pm

Pick one of the three putter molds and learn to use it for upshots as well (All three are good molds, but I've never been big on premium plastic putters (crystal z, star). You don't have to have just one putter, but one mold. I have three wizards: one strictly putting, one new for throwing, and one (getting) beat in for more understable throws.

How far do you throw your rocs, destroyer, and groove? Seems like a HUGE gap in range here.
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Re: Need Some Help With My Bag!

Postby JKP » Mon Mar 02, 2009 7:50 pm

groove 169 171 newer these kind of overlap too
star destroyer 169 fly's best

Mids:
KC Pro Roc 176 throw rocs, newer and beaten
DX Rocs 180
crystal challenger 174

Putters:
Wizard 174 pick a putter
Star Aviar 175

looks like a lot of overlap

What do you throw in the headwinds? You need to add something more stable.. and a fairway driver such as a teebird or eagle. The teebird will also help develope forehand form
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