Wedge will stay in the bag for now. it got me a few birdies off the tee, which was unexpected. Some of the holes on my home course are touch shots in the woods, and the wedge kicked ass.
Also picked up a couple of pearly monsters in trades and used shops. Was really impressed with the disc today. I really didn't touch my FB at all, but that was mainly because I wanted to test the Monster. It was about as long as my QOLF but super stable and much more capable of pure hyzers, where the QOLF will flip and then hyzer out if I lay into it.
the Leopard has been a tasty addition. I have parked a lot of shots I might have over/under shot with other discs. However since it is a used disc, and an unfamiliar mold, I have a tendency to over/under power it on certain lines. In time I will learn what it can take, but right now I am very happy with the results. I have found it can reach out pretty damn far when I really need a long and accurate shot. I am really starting to get out of mold minimalism now that I have developed some skills. I find myself throwing only 1 of a lot of molds but in premium/candy plastic. I have found this is really elevating my game, by trusting only one disc that will always do the same thing. Having to rely on 3-5 different stabilities of a mold really did add an extra layer of mental thought that I don't always need. I am pretty confident that I can put any disc on it's intended line now.
Omega - QMS - MD2 - QJLS - OLF/S - DD - Scorpius
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