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Cup my Bag

Postby Bradley Walker » Fri Nov 14, 2008 12:37 pm

1080 Radius Putter
DX San Marino Roc
DX Rancho Roc
Champ Banshee
Star Teebird
Star Leopard
Star Starfire (from worn to very stable--super consistent disc)

rotates in if needed:
Radius Driver (more stable)
Champ Roc (more stable)
Star Wraiths instead of Starfires (still seeing how I score with Starfires---I think I score better with SF's)
Teerex (goes with Wraiths)
Whippet (if needed for crazy skips)

Messing with:
Star SL (not much different from worm SF, not a flippy disc either for an L wing)
Champ Boss (super long---needed? eh, not usually, great for open courses) still beating in #1
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Re: Cup my Bag

Postby Jsw » Sat Nov 15, 2008 3:25 am

The radius 1080 is a Warlock in different plastic pretty much, Correct?
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Re: Cup my Bag

Postby Bradley Walker » Sat Nov 15, 2008 8:46 am

Jsw wrote:The radius 1080 is a Warlock in different plastic pretty much, Correct?



Yes. First run Warlock in S plastic. I have about 12 of them. All of mine are black, except for a few yellow and blues and all are 170-172.

The driver is really hard E plastic.
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Re: Cup my Bag

Postby Bradley Walker » Mon Jan 05, 2009 11:52 am

My bag:

Star Teerex-X 175 (stable-straight to hard fade and hysers)
Star 12x Wraith (domey) 175 (straight and stable hyserflipper like Teebird)
Star 12x Wraith (domey 175 (old and beat) turns and burns like Valk BOMBER!

Star Leopard 175 (like 2 year old Star Teebird)
Star Teebird 175 (straight)
Star Teebird 175 (more fade)
Champ Banshee 175 (slower Pred)
Star Whippet X 175 (skip, spike, trick shot pig)

DX San Marino 180 (white Twisted stamp-turns like Leopard)
DX San Marino 180 (yellow Solti stamp-straight to fade)
DX San Marino 180 (Red-St Louis stamp-strong and stable)
Champ Glow Rancho Roc 180 (very stable)

1080 Black 172
1080 Black 172
1080 Driver 175 (rotates in when needed)

Revo Carolina Pixel Camo
Quad shocks
Huk Lab stool-ahhhhh my back feels better
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Re: Cup my Bag

Postby gratefuldisc » Mon Jan 05, 2009 7:49 pm

Cup my Bag


eww...


seriously though, nice setup
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Re: Cup my Bag

Postby JR » Mon Jan 05, 2009 11:47 pm

Bradley Walker wrote:
Jsw wrote:The radius 1080 is a Warlock in different plastic pretty much, Correct?



Yes. First run Warlock in S plastic. I have about 12 of them. All of mine are black, except for a few yellow and blues and all are 170-172.

The driver is really hard E plastic.


My driver ain't that hard after some usage at least during summer. The flight plate has some give. Way more than KC Aviars for example. Maybe a tad more stiffness than a DX Aviar P&A.
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Re: Cup my Bag

Postby Bradley Walker » Tue Jan 06, 2009 6:45 am

gratefuldisc wrote:
Cup my Bag


eww...


seriously though, nice setup



Hey thanks!!!

I was starting to wonder if anyone ever read the thread... or wanted to cup my bag. He he...

I notice that I am throwing less and less for distance. The Teebirds, Leopard, Rocs, and putters and doing the bulk of the work. Especially the Rocs. I threw a course the other day and dissected that thing with a barrage of Roc throws. It was fun.

I DO like the Teerex-X... Innova make this the TR and destroy the old mold.

PS: Anyone who does not want their San Marinos, PM me, I will take them.
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