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Postby kolorz » Wed Oct 01, 2008 12:24 am

RHBH 340-350avg w/ Orcs

1. Stable Control Drivers
Glow DX Teebird 175 - beat, turnovers and hyzer flips
2 DX Teebirds 175 - still newish
Champ Teebird 150 - tailwind/ long hyzer

2. Distance Drivers
Champ Orc 174 - I think it's an Orc, has a cfr stamp with two women back to back and "GCC VII" printed underneath.

3. Understable Driver
Champ Sidewinder 171

4. Moderately Overstable Driver
Champ Starfire 172 - longer TB

5. Very Overstable Driver
Star Firebird 168 - hardly ever thrown, mostly tomahawk

Mids:
2 DX Roc de Ontario 178 - 1 well seasoned. 1 slightly beat(backup)
DX Rancho Roc 181 - still stable. great for wind

Putters:
DX Aviars - had some that were money, but taco'd both of the tee within a week of eachother. having trouble finding more that I like. Considering switching back to Wizards.

I also just picked up an ESP Surge in a tourney winnings, giving it a shot, though not impressed so far.

Lemme know what you guys think!
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Postby Solty » Wed Oct 01, 2008 5:06 am

i think you have every slot covered....nice bag!
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Postby garublador » Wed Oct 01, 2008 6:47 am

Looks pretty good! I love it when i'ts obvious from someone's first post that they've already spent the time reading and understanding the articles.

These aren't really critiques, just a couple comments.

Depending on how good you are at working different lines with the Teebird, you might find you'll benefit from something more "workable" than the Teebird. I find the Teebird is only really good for a few select lines (and it's really, really good for those lines), but there are a lot of lines it's not so good for. You'll see a lot of people supplement the Teebird with an Eagle-X, Gazelle or Cyclone, even though it's overlap, for that same reason.

You may also benefit from throwing more hyzers with the Firebird, but that may be somewhat course dependent.
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Postby zealot » Wed Oct 01, 2008 10:13 am

garublador wrote: You'll see a lot of people supplement the Teebird with an Eagle-X, Gazelle or Cyclone, even though it's overlap, for that same reason.


my advice exactly. i love my teebirds but id b lost w/o an eagle x
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Postby kolorz » Wed Oct 01, 2008 8:47 pm

I have noticed the Teebird is a little fidgety, sometimes. I've thrown a few Gazelles and remember them being very workable. Definitely going to pick up a few.

I've spent hours upon hours on this site already. I figured I would probably get better if I actually talked a little rather than simply reading. Tho I am a man of few words. :D
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Postby JR » Wed Oct 01, 2008 11:55 pm

kolorz wrote:I have noticed the Teebird is a little fidgety, sometimes. I've thrown a few Gazelles and remember them being very workable. Definitely going to pick up a few.

I've spent hours upon hours on this site already. I figured I would probably get better if I actually talked a little rather than simply reading. Tho I am a man of few words. :D


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Postby Beetard » Thu Oct 02, 2008 7:14 pm

Hey, another Brad who throws the same distance as me and has almost all the same discs. Freaky. If he's also 6'2" tall, has brown hair, blue eyes, drives a red chevy berretta, likes moster magnet, megadeth, jethro tull, alice in chains, and Danzig, I'm gonna be really weirded out.
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Postby cmlasley » Thu Oct 02, 2008 7:21 pm

JR wrote:-


JR, I'm speechless at your speechlessness. :shock:
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Postby JR » Thu Oct 02, 2008 11:47 pm

cmlasley wrote:
JR wrote:-


JR, I'm speechless at your speechlessness. :shock:


Oververbose response :-P
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