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Help Me Make A Bag

Postby kprestel » Sun Jun 10, 2012 7:43 pm

Ok so I have been playing for a little over a month now, 2 tournaments and I play about 2 rounds a day.

I play a lot of disc golf.

That being said, I lose and have a lot of discs and I need to get it down. I am looking for about 12 discs to carry. Please dont tell me I have to many discs. My dad plays as well and I can throw pretty well.

I throw backhand and forehand pretty good if that matters

2 DX sharks 150 g
Lat 64 Opto Striker 170 g (super over stable for me)
Champion Banshee 172 g (Throws about 200)
Blizzard Tee Devil 150 G (Throws about 350)
Lat 64 Opto River 173 G (Throws around 300)
CE Eagle Unknown weight (200-250)
Z Plastic Surge 173 G (Around 300)
Champion TeeBird 175 G (200-250)
DX Cheetah Unknown weight (Flippy about 250)
Lat 64 Opto Core (200, Super Straight)
DX Archangel 174 G (Roller disc mostly, Havent really done much with it)
DX Beast 171 G (Flippy, 300-350)
DX Valk 171 G (300-350)
Z Plastic Buzzz SS Unknown weight (Pretty beat, Super straight for 250)
Wizard SS (Putter for about 100, Lost my other putter =()
Z Plastic Avenger SS 171 G (300-350 Turnover/anhyzer/flippy pretty beat kinda my go to driver)
KC Pro Flathead Roc 180 G (Just got it from a torney so idk much)
DX Flathead Roc 180 (See above)
Star Ontario Roc 180 (See above)

I lost my Rancho KC Pro today so I may or may not pick one up, thats the only disc Id be willing to buy. See if you can fix me up a bag!

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Re: Help Me Make A Bag

Postby JR » Mon Jun 11, 2012 12:06 am

At this point in your career Wizard, Ontario Roc and River. For windy days also Surge. Forget about a dozen discs learning those for inside and meaning each flight line from spike hyzers to rollers at full and controlled power and stand stills will teach you faster than using a dozen discs.
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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Re: Help Me Make A Bag

Postby Tossin' in Memphis » Mon Jun 11, 2012 5:59 am

And you need an X Comet ....

.....which I just might have at my disposal...
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Re: Help Me Make A Bag

Postby kprestel » Mon Jun 11, 2012 2:53 pm

yeah I understand that but I still carry many discs.

And what about the X Comet?
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