Lately I've been discing down, playing a lot of rounds with just putters/mids and tried to keep the number of molds down.
This is about what I have in my bag at the moment.
- S Wizard – Main putter, short turnover drives
RFF Wizard – Approaches
Soft Neutron Ion – Driving putter, backup putter
- Zero Hård Mace – Beat up, understable
Gold Line Mace – Stable
Gold Line Pain – Overstable
- Old DX Eagle (ca. 1999) – Beat up, understable
Glow DX Eagle – Worn, understable/stable
10x KC Pro Eagle – Stable/overstable
Star Whippet X – Very overstable , utility shots
- Champion Boss (pre flight-numbers) - Forehand drives
Not in the bag – Discs I can't seem to make up my mind on and others:
- Elite X Comet – Flies straight, floats for days. Love to throw this in tailwinds, doesn't get much use other than that.
DX XD – One of my favorite discs, if I had to choose only one disc to play with this would probably be it. The reason I've been leaving it out is to simplify my disc selection process as it does everything but longer drives.
Star Gator – Utility mid, took it out when I added the Pain.
Star Orc – Orc is in the bag, orc is out of the bag, can't explain that. I should probably put it back in.
MVP Amp and Volt – these fell out when I started throwing the eagles, might go back in for the winter as all my eagles are white.
I'm planning to get more Zero Hård Maces to cycle through and drop the Gold Line since I like the ZH plastic better. Ideally I'd like to carry at least 3 of them in different stages, beat up, broken in and a fresh one.
I've been trying to score a CE eagle for an overstable fairway, haven't had any luck on ebay so far with all listings closing at 3 am my time and people outbidding me a minute before. A new champ eagle might do the trick, but there's something about the old CE plastic that just feels so much better.