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my bag after playing over a year now...

Postby sublime113 » Tue Aug 12, 2008 8:13 pm

I started playing around last july and have been addicted ever since. Right now I am throwing around 340 with my teebird and 360 with my orc or wraith. I love to throw my rocs up to around 300 feet. The instructional articles and advice from the forum have shaped my technique a lot and I am still realizing the potential of my teebird especially.

1. Stable Control Drivers
Champ Teebird

2. Distance Drivers
Champ orc (sometimes wraith champ)
star teerex

3. Understable Driver
pro leopard (broken in a bit)
Dx leopard (seasoned)

4. Moderately Overstable Driver
champ eagle-x (new and uber stable)

5. Very Overstable Driver
fulfilled by Champ eagle and Teerex already

Mids:
KC Pro Rocs
1perfect straight
1 new stable
1 reliable turn
champion spider (trial basis)

Putters:
SS Wizards

Discs also riding in the bag
Champ wraith (replaced by orc/teerex combo)
firm wizard (try not to use 2 diff putters)
some back up rocs
Star TL (switches with leopards depending on mood)

Also in bag
32 oz nalgene bottle
2 microfiber towels
bugspray is a must lately, bugs are nasty in NE ohio this summer
assorted glassware
granola bars
sharpie
(would love to try a birdie bag)

discussion:
anyone feel strongy about the TL vs pro leopard?
SOLF~Teebird~Leopard~Roc~Wizard
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Postby Aaron_D » Tue Aug 12, 2008 10:03 pm

tl and leopard are two different animals. the TL should be pretty much straight while the leopard should have a lot of turn. The TL should also be longer while the leopard is slower. I love both discs. I like the JLS as a happy medium between my rocs and teebirds.
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Re: my bag after playing over a year now...

Postby garublador » Wed Aug 13, 2008 7:04 am

sublime113 wrote:I started playing around last july and have been addicted ever since. Right now I am throwing around 340 with my teebird and 360 with my orc or wraith.
A beat DX Teebird will probably get you out as far as your Orc and Wraith with less fade. It's worth checking out if nothing else to help work on height control.

discussion:
anyone feel strongy about the TL vs pro leopard?
A beat TL will be more predictable than a Leopard.

I'd consider something more overstable for your very overstable driver slot. You want something you can throw in to any wind and not have it turn over and something you can throw over a 50' tree on a spike hyzer without it flattening or going too far. I'd call your Teerex a moderately overstable driver and consider either carrying DX Eagle-X's for working lines (I'd highly recommend this if you haven't worked with DX control drivers before) and beating in to understable, or getting TLs for that and dropping the Champ Eagle-X. The Champ Teebird should be overstable enough for an overstable version of your control driver.
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