I'd be careful with this disc. If you don't use it that often I'd be weary to break it out on shots that aren't specailty shots on courses you're familiar with.practically invincible wrote:3) Understable
175g Champ Roadrunner (straight up and back down thumber for tree jumps or weird turnover/slow drive shots, not used often)
5) Very Overstable
175g Star Max (big skips, knife hyzer etc.)
169g Star Max (worn slightly, killer headwind D, long thumber)
Yeah, but you'd be surprised how many of those shots are way easier with a Roc.Midrange:
None, I never seem satisfied with one, I rarely have a shot I can't do with a putter or driver so for now it stays empty.
I don't have a ton of variation with the beatness of my putters either.I dotn have the range of putter wear like Blake suggests because I have no need for it yet,m when I become more consistent maybe but I am able to shoot straight/hyzer/anny with the light weight softies so I'm satisfied for now. What do you fellows think?
IMO where DX/S/D shines is stable control drivers, midranges and putters. If you're comfortable putting your Eagle-X's on any line from hyzer, to anhyzer and all S shots inbetween then you're probably OK. However, if you're having problems hitting trees (which would be the only reason DX beats in super fast on wooded courses) then you may want to consider switching to a DX Eagle-X to work on your control. It will be much easier to learn to avoid trees that way rather than just being satisfied with hitting them.PS The reason I throw so much star is because I got sick of dx only lasting 5 rounds in the heavily wooded courses I play all the time. Plus I like the flight/feel of star.
Yeah, I suppose it might be more difficult to avoid hitting the ground than it is avoiding trees. If you have the cash or already have the discs it might not hurt to grab a couple DX Eagle-X's and just run them through the cycle just for practice. Everytime I get a new, DX fairway driver and use it a ton until it's kind of flippy I learn a lot. Plus you'll have some beat up discs for your understable spot as backups in case you loose a beat Star disc and don't have another one waiting to fill the spot.practically invincible wrote:And as far as the star goes I misspoke, it isn't hitting trees while flying that is the problem, its the low brush and rocks on the ground and such.
GorillaTactics wrote:Try a Cro....smaller diameter if you have small hands.
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