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New Setup As Well...

Postby Solty » Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:49 pm

First off...JWT4412 started this post...i'm just posting my own. :)

Putters:

175 E Wizard S
175 Omega SS
***need a layup...without roll, 86 softie***

Mids:

178 Z-Buzz - stable and understand mid
175 11X KC Pro Roc(Thanks Blake) - overstable mid

Drivers:

Mostly Understable/Roller - 175 Champ Roadrunner
Slightly Understable - 174 Champ Teebird-L
Straight - 174 Champ FlyDye Teebird
Stable - 173 CFR Wraith
Overstable - 173 Pro Firebird

questions/comments are always welcome

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Postby Jwt4412 » Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:03 pm

mike,

What is the difference between Stable and Straight for you?

Distance vs pin-point?
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Postby Solty » Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:53 pm

Straight = very little end fade...my tbird fades maybe 1-3 feet at the end of flight....
Also Pinpoint accuracy


Stable = some fade at end of lfight...my wraigh fades up to 5-15 feet
Also MAX D
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Postby TexasOutlaw » Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:59 am

You are okay posting here. No flaming that I have seen. The probem with a post your bag thread is flipping through all the pages.

Maybe a post your bag section instead of thread?


Bag looks good. Not sure about the Omega, but many carry it. You have all shots covered with that setup.

It's not too different from mine except I use a predator instead of a firebird and a cyclone instead of a tee bird.

I'm not sure I would call a wraith stable though; it's more overstable, but it definately belongs in your bag.
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