My bag for the rest of the year :D

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My bag for the rest of the year :D

Postby Dut » Thu May 22, 2008 9:28 pm

I get in a bad habit of testing new things, especially putters, so decided Im sticking with this set-up at least til the end of the year. Unless I lose a disc at which point Ill prob end up testing something out.



Drivers:

ChampTeerex: for hyzer flips and deep hyzers.

Champ Wraith: Long anhyzer shots

Z Predator: Headwinds, sidearm, skip shots, distance thumbers

Champ Sidewinder: Rollers and understable duties.

Z XL: Dead nuts straight shots

Champ Teebird: Lots of fairway shots I need to fade as well as knife hyzers. Also anytime I want to throw for distance but have a undesirable to the right *OB/water*

Champ Orc: Get out of trouble thumbers. Not as far as the Pred but flips quicker keeping it skinny for most of the flight to get out of woods etc.


Mids:

Z Buzzz/ Z Wasp: Mainly Buzzz but carry the wasp for shots I need more fade and for knife hyzer approaches.

Putter:

Super Soft Wizard for main putting duties

Super Stupid Soft wizard for risky upshots and baskets on a slope.

Champion Classic Roc: Touch Approaches and putter driver duties
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Postby geoloseth » Thu May 22, 2008 10:12 pm

Your bag is similar to mine and I think it works well. I found the sidewinder to be a little too unpredictable when I don't want it to. I ended up switching to a beat in pro starfire. Also you might want to try out something like a firebird for a headwind driver. I've found my z and ESP preds flip a little too much with a stiff headwind. I an really lay into my firebird and max without worrying too much.

Overall a pretty good setup.
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Postby dvlcek » Fri May 23, 2008 8:07 am

geoloseth wrote:Also you might want to try out something like a firebird for a headwind driver. I've found my z and ESP preds flip a little too much with a stiff headwind.
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Re: My bag for the rest of the year :D

Postby Hyzerline49 » Thu Aug 25, 2011 10:50 am

^ that was my reaction too...
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