Actually I think it's more like a well made suit. Conservative, won't make any waves in a crowd, but never out of style. And those who know class will recognize it when they see it.Triplebogey wrote:Meh!!! these are all "tried and true" discs!!! You bag, while effective is cliche and behind the fashion curve.
Triplebogey wrote:Meh!!! these are all "tried and true" discs!!! You bag, while effective is cliche and behind the fashion curve.
May I suggest:
and the Innova/Discraft/Gateway D.O.T (Disc OF Tommorow) (little NASCAR refrence there)
Get with the times dude!!!
I agree with what you're saying, and I'm definitely closer to 330 than 375. In fact 330 is probably right on the money for a full length golf line. I usually throw Rocs looking for the pin on holes out to 270. Around 230 I start throwing Wizards where applicable. I definitely prefer Eagles when there is no height restriction, but I think I need something to get out there on a fast low line from time to time, hence the OLFs. Would you agree with that?Aaron_D wrote:I see it this way: if you are throwing 375+ then you have 0-200 covered with your rocs and wizards, 200-300 covered with your rocs and TL's, 300-375 covered with your TL's and Orions.
If you are throwing closer to 330 then you have 0-200 covered with your rocs and mids, 200-250 with your rocs, 250-330 with TL's and eagles.
curt wrote:Would think that would make me stop and wonder about your bag is if the tl is really understable enough to use in the understable slot. (epecially since you're throwing eagles for hyzer)
Aaron_D wrote:if youre throwing 330 and need something for a low line drive you might want to try the orion LS or valkyrie. I think the eagle would still probably work, but hey--actually you might want to try out the eagle L which would keep your molds down.
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