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Blurr's new bag

Postby BLURR » Wed Jul 09, 2008 8:55 am

I decided to try out a minimalist approach...two driver molds, one midrange mold and one putter mold. About the only thing I am missing is a wide-rimmed high speed driver. I was using a wizard/magic combo for the short range drives, but wanted to consolidate down the molds.

174g Z-Predator (Big headwinds)
172g ESP Predator (Moderate headwinds)
173g ESP Avenger (Hyzer drives)
172g X Avenger (Straight drives)
172g X Avenger (Anhyzer drives)
171g ESP Avenger SS (Rollers)

177g Cryztal Buzzz (Overstable Midrange)
177g Z Buzzz (Straight midrange)
177g D Buzzz (Understable Midrange)
177g D Buzzz (Thrashed Midrange, very useful on wooded courses)

172g CT Challenger (Main Putter)
172g CT Challenger (Main Putter)
174g FLX Challenger (Short hyzer drives)
173g Pro D Challenger (Short anhyzer drives)
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Postby adidadg » Wed Jul 09, 2008 9:31 am

Solid, i really like that setup.

The Avengers should be fine for the high speed distance slot, Unless you want something less predictable :)
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Postby dgdave » Wed Jul 09, 2008 10:33 pm

So why no Gateway again?
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