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rebuilding the right way

Postby frennis524 » Fri Oct 10, 2008 1:29 pm

I recently lost all my discs so I want to rebuild the right bag. I throw 360 with fairway drivers and 400 with distance drivers on consistent disc golf lines. I would say that I am a speed dominant player. I will show you what I have started and please make any suggestions. All I have are the Eagles and the Rocs...I have no other disc so any suggestions are welcomed just defend against what another popular choice would be.

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Control Driver
173 Champion Eagle-wind control driver
168 Star Eagle (getting beat)- anhyzer and hyzer flip shots
168 Champ Eagle-flat hyzer

Understable
168 Star Eagle from above

Distance Driver
going to try Discmania CD and have a light champ wraith on the way
???

Moderately overstable
??? Still not 100percent sure what this is..would the CD be one?

Overstable
???

Mids
180 Champion Roc
180 KC Pro Roc-almost straight
180 Dx Roc-getting beat

Putter
I am currently working on my putting form and accuracy. I throw a staggered stance putt(in between straddle and in line putt). I like to try to give the putt a little loft aim for the right side and hit the chains as it is entering the fade...I used an aviar before, but now I can use whatever I want...give some suggestions and why.
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Postby garublador » Fri Oct 10, 2008 1:55 pm

I'm not sure the CD is overstable enough for the moderately overstable slot. What you want is maximum distance in a moderate headwind and maximum hyzer distance. Think Starfire-X, SOLF, Z Avenger, Teerex, etc.

If you're starting from scratch on a very overstable driver, just go with the Z Predator. You might find something a bit different, but I'm not sure you'll find anything better.

With 96 posts I'll bet you've been around enough so that you can guess what we'll recommend for a putter. ;)
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Postby Timko » Fri Oct 10, 2008 2:20 pm

the CD is not overstable enough if you throw 380'.
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Postby Timko » Fri Oct 10, 2008 2:20 pm

garublador wrote:With 96 posts I'll bet you've been around enough so that you can guess what we'll recommend for a putter. ;)


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Postby JR » Sat Oct 11, 2008 5:14 am

S-Line CD 175 might just be enough for mod overstable for hyzers on rear winds and calm weather so it's more of a little overstable disc really. Not TB straight and not like the previous suggestions. Then there's the name and fairway driver definition game :-D CD means Control Driver. On an according to Innova disc modified from a speed 9 disc.
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Postby JR » Sat Oct 11, 2008 5:14 am

Furthur wrote:
garublador wrote:With 96 posts I'll bet you've been around enough so that you can guess what we'll recommend for a putter. ;)


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Sky-Pro 125 FTW!
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