What's changed? Well, I got 5 G9i wizards in the mail yesterday in the 168-170 range I like for putting, and these things feel awesome! You know that deep chain hit sounds you get from 10x Aviars? Same sound. I also gave up on the Axis. While great for distance, and great for straight shots, I never really got to a point where I could work it well at a variety of distances. So the Rocs are going back in the bag. If MVP makes a workable midrange somewhere in the near future, it could make it's way back in, but not now.
I've been throwing more and more shots with my PDs lately. I don't think the courses in KC have been set that short, but for most holes under 400' I've been attacking with the PD. I'm also looking for another overstable distance driver. The PD2 hasn't gotten much action, and perhaps I can find something that fits in my hand better.
Also, some sort of Wraith style disc may be finding it's way to my bag soon. We'll see about that though.
2x 168 Medium Wizards (one is new G9i, one is thrashed old school big G, for putting, approaches, and short, technical drives)
1x 175 Medium Ion (short drives)
1x 175 Medium Annode (short drives)
1x 180 dx Roc (Racho; beat, probably too beat to throw. I don't really use it)
1x 175 dx Roc (3 ring Sanny; I have cracked my last 2 perfectly broken in to straight rocs so this is in until one is there)
1x 180 dx Roc (Rancho; lightly broken in, DGR 1st run, used for most shots)
1x 180 Vector (midrange, overstable)
1x 174 Opto XXX (utility and midrange)
1x 175 D FD (finesse shots with the driver, rollers)
1x 175 S FD (hyzer flips, big anhyzers)
1x 175 C FD (controlled slightly turned over shots, fairway light hyzers)
2x 175 S PD (1 new, 1 broken in, for fairway distance flex, straight power shots, and flattened hyzers)
1x 175 P PD (1 broken in, for controlled distance)
1x 175 C PD (for fairway hyzers and wind shots)
2x 171 Z Nuke (for distance)
1x 175 C PD2 (for wind)
jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.