Should I simplify my bag?

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Re: Should I simplify my bag?

Postby smartalex17 » Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:19 pm

okay so I've been messing around with my bag a little more and this setup has been doing wonders for my game. Anyways here it is.

Medium wizard - putting
Echo wizard - drives
RFF wizard - upshots

X Buzzz - super straight, turnover shots
FLX ESP Buzzz - more overstable than X
Z Wasp - very overstable shots

Fairway Drivers:
DX Leopard - turnover
Pro Leopard - very straight
Champ Glo Leopard - little more overstable
Champ Firebird flat top - very overstable

Distance Drivers:
DX Destroyer - looong turnover
Pro Destroyer - straight
Champ Xcaliber - very overstable shots and forehand shots

I LOVE leos. The feel in my hand and the way they fly. So I've basically started the whole cycling thing with them.
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Re: Should I simplify my bag?

Postby JR » Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:15 am

The Z Wasp isn't very overstable unless it is underpowered. I'd consider an overstable putter or a mid but since the Wasp is for your overstable throws a putter would not overlap as badly. Pig and Zone are the usual suspects out of meathook early fading discs and if you throw a Rhuno under say 200' it would have a healthy fade too but at more power it will straighten out.
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