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Postby soxfan1982 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 1:34 pm

Overstable drivers:

Star Excalibur 175 new
Star Excalibur 172 new

only bring these out on real windy days. any other day i feel i could use my other drivers more accurately

Stable to slightly overstable drivers:

Star Destroyer 175 new
Star Destroyer 172 new
Star Destroyer 175 6/10
Pro Destroyer 172 new
Pro Destroyer 171 7/10
DX Destroyer 168 new

Star Orc 172 new
Champ Orc 170 new
Champ Orc 170 8/10
Champ Orc 175 8/10

Understable Drivers:

Star Sidewinder 175 7/10
Star Sidewinder 175 new

Fairway Drivers:

10 X KC pro cheetah 175 8/10
10 X KC pro cheetah 175 8/10
10 X KC pro cheetah 172-175 7/10
9 X KC pro Cheetah 169 6/10

Midrange:

Star Roc 2006 us open 180 9/10
Star Ontario Roc 180 9/10
DX pop top ???? roc 172 9/10
12 X KC pro Roc 8/10

Putters:
Star Rhyno 175 8/10
Star Rhyno 175 new ( use this to drive or for longer putts and short approaches)

Now i have been golfing for a little under a year and can throw up to 350 i do believe. accurately to 300. im the only one currently driving with midranges in my group. i have tried several different molds already and these are the ones i find myself able to control and throw the most consistent. the excaliburs are still pretty much in trial stage but like i said only bring them out and use them for strong headwinds. the cheetahs seem to be my favorite fairway driver but as everyone knows they are rare to come across. i have tried eagles and they dont come close to flying as straight as these cheetahs does. is there anything anyone can suggest that flies like these do that are more common to come across?
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Postby adidadg » Mon Jun 23, 2008 2:04 pm

This is a pretty solid setup, you certainly have all of your bases covered. You have a TON of discs, but they are mostly copies of the same molds so thats not so bad.

What do you use your Destroyers for that your Orc's can not do? Honestly, for your power level you could probably drop the destroyers and just throw Orcs. Then add in the X-calibers for your overstable slot.

Ive never thrown a KC Cheetah so Im not sure what could replace it. But if you want a straighter version of the Eagle, try a Teebird.

Sounds like you are off to a good start for not even been playing a year. Keep throwing those Cheetahs and Roc's and you'll keep improving.
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Postby soxfan1982 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 2:40 pm

the destroyers are able to hold a sweeping hyzer line better for me than the orcs do. the orcs tend to flatten out more than the destroyer will throwing into a moderate to slight headwind. thats the only real difference i see between the two.
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Postby soxfan1982 » Mon Jun 23, 2008 2:42 pm

one other thing i forgot to say is the teebird still tends to fade right on me at the end while all of my cheetahs seem to fly straight and finish straight with no fade. the reason my fade is to the right is because i am a left handed back hand thrower.
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