In the last few months, I've quit the changing game and I'm now looking to keep simplifying. So I'm not wanting to add any molds unless there's a glaring gap that I need to fill.
I'm posting on here again because I'm looking for an outside opinion on dropping down to 12 discs. I can't seem to figure out what needs to go.
Distance - Wraith/Beast - 375' to 425'
170 Champ Wraith - tall dome, high PLH, beeefy
175 Star Wraith - tall dome, lower PLH, slightly understable to stable finish
168 Champ Beast - tall dome, low PLH, beautifully understable
I also have a 171 Champ Dominator (one of a kind stamp...literally) that I'm using in the field to try and get a little more distance than my Wraiths. Right now it might give me 30' more if thrown right. It's too new for the bag, but I squeeze it in there for long, open courses.
Fairway - Firebird/Teebird - 300' to 375'
175 12x Kenny FB - flat, utility shots
173 12x Champ Teebird - tiny dome (like 11x) and high PLH, pretty new and beefy, handles forehand and headwind really well
174 11x Champ Teebird - beat to perfection, beautiful flight, slightly understable to barely stable
173 DX Teebird - beat in nicely, understable shots and stand-still shots that dont fade much
Mid - Roc - 250' to 300'
176 Roc3 - I got a flat one, I love it as a tweener disc and for straight shots that need more power/distance than a Roc normally gives me
180 DX Roc - Tourney stamp, nice and stiff, high PLH and normal dome, beefy
180 12x KC Roc - Beat to perfection, stable line-shaping
176 DX Roc (x2) - Normal stamp, softer plastic, one is straight, one is new and stable
Putters - Rhyno/Pure - up to 250' fairly easy
175 Champ Rhyno - flat, gummy, and amazing...love this disc off the tee and for utility shots
176 Opto Pure - straight to slightly understable drives
172 Zero Pure - taller dome than the other Zero Pure, upshots and understable drives, backup putter
172 Zero Pure - less dome than the other Zero Pure, main putter