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Peppermack's Revised Bag

Postby peppermack » Wed Oct 29, 2008 8:16 am

Stable to Overstable Driver
-175g Star Teerex Broken in

Fairway Drivers
-175g Teebird newish
-175g TL Newish

Max D Drivers
-175g Star Destroyer newish
-168g Star Destroyer beat
-175g Star Wraith beat

Mids
-180g Pro Roc almost broken in
-175g Star Roc newish
-172g Star Cro newish

Putters
-180g Star Aero newish
-173g supersoft Wizard beat
-172g evolution warlock broken in

I use the Aero more as an approach disc on the holes where there is water behind the basket because they sop and sit hard so there is not much of a chance for a fly by into the water. Also I only carry one of the Roc's at a time depending on the weather and temperature that day. The Teebird I throw out too about 400' so it gets used as both a driver and fairway disc. I know the Roc and Cro overlap a bit but the cro with less glide then the roc comes in hands. I throw both FH and BH so that is why the two Destroyers, the lighter one for BH and the heavier on for FH. I am thinking of trying out a Boss for max D but don't have one yet and maybe a voodoo for a driving putter (I use the wizard and warlock a lot for this already).

Does anyone have any suggestions for things I might change, I have just recently switched to BH for Max D drives when one day I let it rip BH and realized I could throw further that way now. My average BH throw is 410-425' and FH is about 400'
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Re: Peppermack's Revised Bag

Postby Frank Delicious » Thu Oct 30, 2008 10:06 am

whats your flippy midrange?
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Re: Peppermack's Revised Bag

Postby ferretdance03 » Thu Oct 30, 2008 4:41 pm

my guess is the Star Cro, although it's likely more straight than flippy.
Along the same lines, I suggest adding a DX Roc and beating it in to flippy, or keep beating the KC and rotate them in.
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Re: Peppermack's Revised Bag

Postby adidadg » Thu Oct 30, 2008 5:25 pm

the Aero could fill that role
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Re: Peppermack's Revised Bag

Postby peppermack » Sat Nov 01, 2008 7:25 pm

The cro is kind of flippy...but more straight.....I used to throw a DX roc but I lost it and just never bought another one....I have been keeping my KC pro roc in the bag 90% of the time so it is starting to break in nicely. the aero works too but has nowhere near the range as a roc or the cro....it is super slow as you know. I throw my putter's a lot if I am within 250' so they get a good workout too.
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Re: Peppermack's Revised Bag

Postby JKP » Sat Nov 01, 2008 7:32 pm

cro/roc overlap get ya another dx roc and beat it in for understable.. Get a dx tbird beat it in to keep one mold in that category as well
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