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Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby dgfanatic7 » Tue Apr 19, 2011 11:06 pm

Bag is a FADE gear Blood Red Crunch Box

Stable Drivers
XCaliber times 2- 172g
ESP Force- 173g

Turnover Drivers
Star Beast 175g
Star Vulcan 171g
Champion Monarch- 167g

Main Distance Driver
First Run Elite Z Crush

Midrange
Buzzz's
ESP- 173g
Elite Z- 175g
Flx- 177g

Putters
Challengers
Pro D- 174g
Cryztal Z- 176g
Flx- 171g


suggestions appreciated- Throw RHFH, working on FH Rollers, and working on even more distance- Avg drive is between 300 and 350ft
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby keltik » Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:31 am

why the Force and XCal?
why the Beast, Monarch and Vulcan? You could really get away with just two of these. One if you want to be hard core.

everything else looks fine.
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby dgfanatic7 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:37 am

I use the Xcals for really windy days, theyre stable and can handle the torque i give them, the force is for approaches i cant reach with my mid range, especially on windy days, my beast is for approaches on non windy days and my monarch is my roller disc, the vulcan is very beat and an excellent tailwind driver, each disc has its use, trust me
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby keltik » Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:03 am

have you tried using your putter for approaches?
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby dgfanatic7 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:59 am

i can throw my putter, max 20 to 25 ft, my approaches are usually good, and i can putt consistantly from about 20 ft
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby keltik » Wed Apr 20, 2011 11:18 am

20-25 feet is as far as you can throw a putter. are you sure about this statement?
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby dgfanatic7 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 11:33 am

well i can probably at the most throw my putter at about 40 ft in but not accurately, from there i throw my buzz accurately from about 50 to 120 ft, im all forehand and i cant forehand a buzz and challenger and get decent distance like i do my drivers
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby Itchy » Wed Apr 20, 2011 11:38 am

keltik is talking max distance with your putter, not how far you can accurately putt with your putter. The idea is to disc down from a mid to a putter for better accuracy and get a closer lie for your putt.
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby dgfanatic7 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 11:51 am

i know, i dont have a strong backhand, and i cant get good distance forhanding my putter, my buzzs is what i use for approaches in 100 ft, anything outside that though, i flick a fairway driver for non windy days and a overstable distance driver for windy days, i nailed a 150 ft shot in the basket with my star beast the other day, thats how i use those drivers
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby keltik » Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:08 pm

Itchy is right. your putter is the perfect disc to learn BH approaches. don't try to throw it hard just try to throw it smoothly. a 150' BH approach is not a power shot. I'm not saying you need to completely retool your game but a BH approach is useful. If you stay on this site long enough you will eventually retool your game.

but you may want to try a Hornet for a midrange. It does really well FH. You also may want to try an Eagle-X type disc.
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Re: Dgfanatic7's bag

Postby dgfanatic7 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:47 pm

hmm, thanks for the advice, ill definitely look into it
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