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Im not a fan of domy discs, I think if I threw the same molds but with the glide from the high domed I would be able to add 15-20' on the teebirds and orcs. Have been thinking about adding a Destroyer or Starfire back into the bag. Orcs are starting to be a little flippy as I prefer throw flat.
Ive been playing 2.5 years now RHBH max D 365-375 with katanas and nukes.
Consistent D on a golf line
Firebird - 300' 11x 167-171
Orc - 350' Old pearly flat 169-174
Teebird - 330' 11x flat 154's
Leopard - 300' Pre barry 165-170
Buzzz - 290' Z & cryztal Flx 176-178
Zone - 225' ESP
Wizard - 260' HPP Evo 172-175
Pure - 245' 174
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Looks good and there's wind resistance built in too.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.
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bag looks great, but maybe add a high speed turnover driver. unless you have a good flick, or you can get your leopard out that far.
Forces - Orcs - Banshees - Eagles - Wasps - Rocs - Zones - Wizards
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