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Jordan's Bag

Postby JNick916 » Sat Oct 04, 2008 6:26 pm

1. Stable Control Drivers
Champion Teebird – 170ish – starting to get a little squirrely
Champion TL – 170 – straight as an arrow
Champion Leopard – 175 –the most stable leopard I’ve ever thrown
Champion Beast X – 175 - take this out? It’s an awesome disc, but I don’t really throw it.)

2. Distance Drivers
Star Destroyer – 168 – nice S curve

3. Understable Driver
Champion Monarch - 175
Star Valkyrie - 171 - too similar to monarch?

4. Moderately Overstable Driver
Star Teerex – 167 – I also have a 174, but I don’t know if I can handle it.

5. Very Overstable Driver
Champion Firebird - 169
KC Pro Whippet - 172

Mids: (stable to flippy)
New KC Pro Roc - 180
Champion Roc - 180
Super Roc - 179 - don't use this one often, as it is about as stable as the champion, but it has a tackier grip for dry days.
Flat Top DX Roc - 180
Beat KC Pro Roc - 175
Star Ontario Roc - 180
Beat DX Ontario Roc – 165 – trying to beat the crap out of it
Champion Stingray – 176 – sweet CEish Xout.

Putters:
Champion Classic Roc - 174
11x KC Pro Aviars - 175
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Postby phisherman77 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 7:20 am

that's a lot of different molds in one bag.

simplify, simplify, simplify.

pick one mold per slot and stick with it.
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Postby frennis524 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 9:26 am

Control
Champion Teebird – 170ish – starting to get a little squirrely
Champion TL – 170 – straight as an arrow
Champion Leopard – 175 –the most stable leopard I’ve ever thrown

Pick one if the champ teebird is getting squirrely

Understable Driver
Champion Monarch - 175
Star Valkyrie - 171 - too similar to monarch?

Pick one

Mids: (stable to flippy)
New KC Pro Roc - 180
Champion Roc - 180
Super Roc - 179 - don't use this one often, as it is about as stable as the champion, but it has a tackier grip for dry days.
Flat Top DX Roc - 180
Beat KC Pro Roc - 175
Star Ontario Roc - 180
Beat DX Ontario Roc – 165 – trying to beat the crap out of it
Champion Stingray – 176 – sweet CEish Xout.

Narrow this down to your three favorite?

The bag is solid but I'm guessing you want to reach for more than one disc on numerous holes. A little overlap is ok, but you want to cover all the shots with as few discs. Narrowing it down will help you have confidence in your shot. Also I might add...the teebird and tl are nice, but something like a champ or star eagle in newish used and almost beat is tons more versatile and only one mold.
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Postby zealot » Sun Oct 05, 2008 4:01 pm

i woiuld drop the tl and get another teebird. use the broke in one for the tl's slot.

i would also drop a few rocs. just pick the most stable, the most middle of the road, and the least stable??? they can cover all the shots and then u can rotate ur bag with the extras...

looks good tho. dont know much bout the monarch
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Postby corey115 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 4:40 pm

if you have to S curve the destroyer to get distance, you'd probably be better suited with a valk, surge, wraith, etc.
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Postby JNick916 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 8:04 pm

Thanks for the advice, guys.

corey - I'm not anhyzering the destroyer to get S curve if that's what you're thinking. I throw it hyzer and it flips up, glides a little right and then fades. I can make a Teerex turn without anhyzering it if I put a lot of torque on it.

I have a hard time taking the rocs out of the bag, but what zealot said helps a lot. I can rotate my other rocs in and out. I don't have to say goodbye to them forever. Thanks, zealot. You also mentioned dropping the tl. Are the tl and teebird molds that different?
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Postby zealot » Sun Oct 05, 2008 8:09 pm

yeah they're actually slightly different molds b/c the tl doesnt have the notch for stability. that makes the tl kinda squirrely when they break in imo. go with the broke in version of the more stable teebird mold w/that notch :D

glad i can help <3 me some teebird
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