koffee wrote:I like the bag so far. I also would not be afraid to bring in a meat hook of some type. They just can be so useful to get around obstacles
CHEERS - Koffee
cfair wrote:Hmmm... that is a tricky suggestion because I believe the Banshee and Flick are very overstable discs. I guess I could be wrong but if you wouldn't mind explaining what you mean by "not so dependent speed stability" I'd love to know.
mattw wrote:I am not sure at what power and distance the Banshee becomes less of a meathook and more of a fairway driver. Mainly becouse I cant get it out that far. I still think you should keep what you are comfortable with.
Apothecary wrote:kick that vibram garbage the hell out of your bag and watch your short game blossom.
cfair wrote:So its been a long time since I've been in here (doing a lot of lurking and a little getting to know the locals) but I figured its time to get back into it...
175g Firm Ridge - I'm enjoying it, but I know so little about putting it will probably change this summer
175g XLink Ridge - I love it for a lot of things and it will be hard to get it out of my bag...
164g Z Comet
177g Z Comet
174g 12x KC Roc (super beat)
175g KC Roc (brand new)
I want to get a hold of some TP or ESP comets but... alas... Also I have a hard time deciding on DX or KC rocs. Once the weather gets nice I'm going to have a once and for all decision. Finally, for tournament play should I just consider having 3-4 rocs in various stages of wear? Or keep the comet...?
Very Overstable Driver
I don't have them yet but I'm going to run two Z Preds one new and one beat for the moderately overstable slot.
Stable Control Driver
Either the ESP Cyclone or S/Q Polaris LS... this is what I want to know about most. I'm looking for discs that will help me transition from mids to drivers... good choices?
masterbeato wrote:...900 feet, everybody is happy.
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