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Postby IowaDiscGolf » Sun May 04, 2008 12:46 am

*updated*

1. Stable Control Drivers
First Run Pro Teebird

2. Distance Drivers
Pro Wraith
Pro Destroyer

3. Understable Driver
DX Bar Stamp Teebird

4. Moderately Overstable Driver
KC Pro Teebird
Star Teebird

5. Very Overstable Driver
Proto TeeRex....pig-ish
Star Destroyer - haven't flattened it yet

Mids:
KC Pro Roc - Dependable fade
DX Roc - Straight to understable Rancho
Glow Roc - Straight to stable distance pig

Putters:
SS Wizards - 1 for putting, 1 for upshots/tee shots
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Postby Triplebogey » Wed Jun 25, 2008 3:02 pm

The only thing I'd switch around, is to use your Leopard in the understable role.

I tried both the Sidewinder and the Roadrunner, and couldn't get them to fly any further than a Leopard.
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Postby ferretdance03 » Wed Jun 25, 2008 5:10 pm

Triplebogey wrote:The only thing I'd switch around, is to use your Leopard in the understable role.

I tried both the Sidewinder and the Roadrunner, and couldn't get them to fly any further than a Leopard.

You love you some Leopards, huh? I can put a RR out to around 425 and could never really get the Leo out past 350 or so.
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Postby IowaDiscGolf » Wed Jun 25, 2008 6:36 pm

My Leopard is a Star, so while it will turn if necessary it won't buckle/flop over the way my other turnover discs do...

I've since pulled it, anyway, in favor of varying degrees of Teebirds.

As of today, the bag is mostly Rocs, Pro Teebirds (1st runs) in various stages of stability, a Star Teebird, some Pro Valks, some Pro Wraiths, and a meat hook of some sort that rotates.

And putters, of course (Wizards.)
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