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drew's busted up bag

Postby Drew » Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:13 pm

due to crappy circumstances i havent been able to play in a while so i grabbed a bunch of old discs and hit the course so far results have been pretty good, just lack something between the teebird and buzz, not sure is the jls or kc champ eagle will give me what i want i like the flight pattern of the jls but its new to me, the eagle is good for speed, but i like a bit more finess

old school pro firebird with champ like plastic around 173g
star teebird broken in around but still very stable 175g
11xkc pro tee bird around 175g beat up but still stable
fr pro teebird feels like its around 168g slightly beat very glidy
jls 171g
ch eagle 173g
crystal buzz 175g
wizzard hard 178g for driving and tweener approach shots still stable
soft wizzard beat in for puts and touch shots

I know once i throw more again i will stretch my buzz out to around 300' i need to get prob a new z buzz for some more stability but my real concern is throwing plastic that is not easily replaced any more like some of the teebirds and fire birds. any suggestions on what i can do to get a dependable repeatable bag, becasue it does me no good to build my game around a disc that i cant replace or have to spend big money for a new one. thanks for the input
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Re: drew's busted up bag

Postby Drew » Thu Nov 17, 2011 12:16 pm

oh ya i am also looking for something for all out distance as i have som wide open but very long holes to face, i feel like the jls might be able to do this but im just not sure on many of the distance molds out there it just seems like since the last time i was really playing in league and tournaments there were about half the disc manufacturers types of plastics and molds that i see today
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Re: drew's busted up bag

Postby Drew » Thu Nov 17, 2011 3:14 pm

do i forgot to put this in the proper format:

Stable driver:
star teebird about 173g broken in but still stable
11x kc pro teebird about 175g beat but still stable
first run pro teebird about 168g broke in glidy but still stable

Understable driver
jls 171g
champ eagle about 173g

mid range
crystal buzzz 175 g broken in

putters
wizard hard 173g
wizard soft 175g
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Re: drew's busted up bag

Postby Danforth » Mon Dec 05, 2011 1:17 pm

Drew wrote:due to crappy circumstances i havent been able to play in a while so i grabbed a bunch of old discs and hit the course so far results have been pretty good, just lack something between the teebird and buzz, not sure is the jls or kc champ eagle will give me what i want i like the flight pattern of the jls but its new to me, the eagle is good for speed, but i like a bit more finess

old school pro firebird with champ like plastic around 173g
star teebird broken in around but still very stable 175g
11xkc pro tee bird around 175g beat up but still stable
fr pro teebird feels like its around 168g slightly beat very glidy
jls 171g
ch eagle 173g
crystal buzz 175g
wizzard hard 178g for driving and tweener approach shots still stable
soft wizzard beat in for puts and touch shots

I know once i throw more again i will stretch my buzz out to around 300' i need to get prob a new z buzz for some more stability but my real concern is throwing plastic that is not easily replaced any more like some of the teebirds and fire birds. any suggestions on what i can do to get a dependable repeatable bag, becasue it does me no good to build my game around a disc that i cant replace or have to spend big money for a new one. thanks for the input


I don't see why you'd need something between the T-bird and buzz, but you might try a Sentinel or #2 Driver (F-15 Eagle). rocs are slightly longer than Buzz's too.

Drew wrote:oh ya i am also looking for something for all out distance as i have som wide open but very long holes to face, i feel like the jls might be able to do this but im just not sure on many of the distance molds out there it just seems like since the last time i was really playing in league and tournaments there were about half the disc manufacturers types of plastics and molds that i see today


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Re: drew's busted up bag

Postby Drew » Mon Dec 05, 2011 2:15 pm

the t-bird is a bit long for the fairways in my area, and they are only lazer straight with late fade, which i like because it fits my style of straight lines, but often i need something more workable. 300-350 is a big gap between buzz and t-bird that i would like to fill with some finesse although a leopard may be a bit too flippy eventually. im thinking i might have to get some gazelles again
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Re: drew's busted up bag

Postby money 21 » Mon Dec 05, 2011 5:31 pm

get an esp cyclone. i think it would fit what you are looking for.
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Re: drew's busted up bag

Postby Danforth » Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:26 pm

Drew wrote:the t-bird is a bit long for the fairways in my area, and they are only lazer straight with late fade, which i like because it fits my style of straight lines, but often i need something more workable. 300-350 is a big gap between buzz and t-bird that i would like to fill with some finesse although a leopard may be a bit too flippy eventually. im thinking i might have to get some gazelles again



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