mark12b wrote:i don't see anything really predictable in the driver lineup -- when it's windy do you just throw the 180 roc? if you like the gazelle, you might want to pick up a few around 170-172g and eventually you'd have a broken-in one for turnovers, a straight one for distance and controllability, and a new one that is more predictable (i.e. finishes left reliably) than any of the drivers you're carrying now. those three gazelles could replace all three of the current drivers and is a really sweet setup.
chunk wrote:mark12b wrote:are the gazelle and leopard the same mold?
Jesse B 707 wrote:looks good, id bounce those stingrays out though, you should be able to do anything those can do (but better) with a beat roc
black udder wrote:if that roadrunner is going right, you have some form issues. It takes more than 300' of power to make it go right (especially at 170g+). The leopard should also be a turnover disc with more power/better form.
I think the stingray is actually an old driver, too. It would take the slot of your road runner (should you choose).
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