valem wrote:I just wanted to take the time and tell all of you that for being a Noob to disc golf there is no better place to get great info than this forum...thanks!!
My discs: (not all are in my bag)
1. Valkyrie champ (160)
2. Orc champ (167)
3. Leopard DX (160)
4. Cheetah DX (167)
5. Shark DX (160)
6. Panther champ (160)
7. Stingray DX (167)
8. Wolf DX (170)
9. Aviar P&A (175,175,150)
Not in my bag:
Orc champ (I'm going to take the minimalism into account)
Cheetah DX (was until I did some serious damage to it on jagged cart path)
Luckily I have a wife that gets certain Innova discs for 1/2 price, so that is why I have some of these molds.
I'm thinking of adding a DX Valk to go with my champ Valk
Is there anything else I should take out due to overlapping? Adding some Roc's to the mix and pulling something else out?
valem wrote:After some thought I'm going to go with this setup
2x Valkyrie Dx (167, 168) I'm pulling the champ Valk til I can really throw the Dx's
2x Leopard DX (160, 169)
2x Sharks DX (171, 175)
1 Panther Champ (160)
3x Aviar P&A (160,175,175)
Thinking of adding a Teebird DX
Ready to put in the bag given recommendations from you all:
Orc Champ (160)
Valk Champ (160)
Wolf DX (171)
Stingray DX (170)
I'm trying to get a roller down so I'm thinking of carrying the Stingray for those duties. How about tomahawks...Teebird??
Any feedback would be great..thanks
Triplebogey wrote:Would throwing a Champ Starfire, Pro Starfire and Star SL be considered one mold??
Fritz wrote:Triplebogey wrote:Would throwing a Champ Starfire, Pro Starfire and Star SL be considered one mold??
2 Molds in my opinion - Champ is definitely more overstable then the others. The Pro Starfire and SL are practically the same disc, just different plastic.
disc_golfing_fool wrote:Yeah...isn't the SL a starfire with a leopard bottom...?!?!?
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