Cyan wrote:My game:
RHBH with no forehand
~315 golf D, 330+ max D
Prefer stable discs in stages of wear
Cyan wrote:The Foundation of my bag:
Putter: Glow Wizards ~172 Fine
Understable Mid: beat dx Roc
Stable mid: dx Roc
Overstable mid: ?? Try a KC Roc. You seem to like the Roc Mold, which is a good choice, so stick with it.
Fairway Driver: ?? Need to replace my usual 3-4 gazelles in different stages of wear Why? It is a great disc and very versatile.
Stable Driver: dx Teebirds Or new Gazelle? Again, you seemed to really like that mold, why change it?
Overstable Fairway: ?? Z-Pred or Champion Firebird, that is all.
Distance: 2-3 Ch. Sidewinders in stages of wear I agree with this choice.
Cyan wrote:I clearly have some gaps to fill. Any suggestions? Not as many as your might think. See below
Additionally, I have some shots where I'm left with a question mark. Namely:
None of my Wizards can hold a turn. Even a beat roc with enough juice on it to turn can be tough to gauge distance -thoughts? Line shaping is difficult. No magic discs here, just a mold you are confident with and practice.
Do I have the arm for a Predator? Other OS Fairway suggestions? Sure you do. You will not get a lot of distance out of it, but in headwind and hard right to left shots it will see some play.
Does a Drone or something similar make sense to fit between the Wiz & new Roc? Any wiz shot of mine that gets out beyond ~150 isn't going to fade enough for this shot. All about feel here. A roc is stable and can handle the stability slot. HOWEVER it's rim is much thinner in comparison to the drone, which might compromise consistency on release. Try them side by side and see.
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