So here's my end of the year bag:
Putt and Approach
2x 168g Wizard (alternate between mediums and a vulcanized rubber SS depending on temperature)
2x-3x 175g Wizard (normally mediums, from new to thrashed)
1x 175g Polecat/Rattler (can't make up my mind here)
Midrange and Fairway
2x-5x dx Rocs (from 168g to 180g, across a wide range of beatness)
2x-3x 175g TP Cyclones (Normally Ron Russel's, from new to thrashed)
1x 175 Champion Banshee
2x-3x P PD (169g to 175g, from new to beat)
1x 175g S PD
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After looking at the bag I posted at the beginning of the year, very little has changed. I quit throwing Sabres, but that had more to do with the fact that I couldn't get any of the straight Sabres anymore (which has been reconciled). The Blaze got replaced by the Banshee, which is a little easier for me to throw. The CD worked its way out once I got a beat PD in it's place. I have an ESP Cyclone that will make it into the bag when it's really windy, and that's been in and out since it got released.
I have a Pro Boss and some StarTanas that are in and out of the bag for distance. Next year I'll be making up my mind about which of those I'm going to throw (or the new D driver from Gateway). I also have a Spirit that will probably make it's final exit in lieu of the XXX or Force or something like that as well.
This is the first year the core of my bag has changed very little, and I find myself very comfortable with the shots I like to shoot. Even on off days, I don't really spray it all over the course, and I think that's testament to keeping the same discs in your bag for 200+ rounds.
jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.