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Major Help with my Bag

Postby Specs » Mon Jul 07, 2008 5:47 pm

I am new to the forum but not new to Disc Golf. I realize that I have accumulated a ton of discs and need some opinions with what I should do with my bag. I am a sidearm thrower that averages about 255'. Hopefully I did this right.

Stable Control Drivers
KC Pro Teebird- 175g
DX Teebird- 169g
Star TL- 174g
Champion Teebird- 171g
Champion Viking- Unknown
Champion Valkyrie- 167g
Pro Leopard- 174g
Distance Drivers
Champion Wraith- 168g
Champion Orc- 161g
Pro Destroyer- 168g
Overstable Drivers
ESP Predator- 173g
ESP Pulse- 173g
DX Pegasus- 174g
Understable Driver
Polaris LS- 175g
Midrange
DX Roc- Unknown
Z Buzzz- 177g
QMS-176g
Putters
Proline Soft Rhyno- 168g
Supersoft Warlock- 175g
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Postby Fritz » Mon Jul 07, 2008 6:02 pm

Wow, way too many molds.

Understable:
Polaris LS

Stable:
DX Teebird
Champ Teebird
Star TL

Drop the leopard, Viking, the valk is more of a distance driver imo.

Distance:
Champ Orc
Champion Valkyrie

Drop the Wraith and the Destroyer

Overstable:
Predator

Drop the Pegasus and Pulse

Midrange:

You need to pick which mid you are going to throw. The QMS the Buzzz or the Roc.

Of course I recommend the QMS :)

Putters:

No Change.

I'd recommend getting a Q-Sentinel or Wasp for your overstable midrange.

That brings you to 7 molds, plus the 2 putters. If you add a overstable mid you'll have 8 molds.
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Postby zealot » Mon Jul 07, 2008 6:06 pm

i was going to type a bunch and help you... then i realized i agree with fritz completely. :p take his advice
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Postby corey115 » Mon Jul 07, 2008 6:32 pm

Predator | Avenger | Boss | Drone | Buzzz | Yeti
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Postby discdawg » Mon Jul 07, 2008 8:12 pm

If you max out at 255ft I would just go real simple for a while.

Warlock
QMS or Buzzz
DX Teebird

I would play with those for a few months. After that, I would probably understand better why I needed more discs or why I do not.

Hope these suggestions help.
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Postby tushamajig13 » Fri Jul 11, 2008 9:54 am

see Fritz...great analysis
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