167g Star Leopard
167g Star Eagle Go to driver.
172g Champ Eagle L
Have always thrown fairways and not really noticed any gain in going faster. For the courses I play, faster drivers aren't really necessary. Have had teebirds but have always seemed to go back to eagles. This area isn't a concern to me as much as the mids/putters are.
175g Recycled Fuse
175?g Gold line Fuse (before they stamped weight so unsure there) Flippy disc. Useful utility to get around stuff.
171g Opto Core
167g Gold Mace
Have been through the phases of mids. Buzz/Wasp and then most recently rocs. Decided to go Lat. Had experience with the fuse in the past so added a new one, an opto core and gold mace. Seems like go to is fuse. Mace is used a bit for getting around hard hyzers but really isn't growing on me much. Was thinking of replacing it with my trusty old Ti Wasp. Core is nice, but I've found myself going entire rounds without even thinking of throwing it. For the shot it'd be used I will grab the fuse and release w/ some hyzer and let it flip straight before fading.
Do you think its really necessary to have a overstable/straight/understable lineup like most? Would an understable/overstable only combo hurt?
175g McPro Aviar Putting only
174g Soft Wizard Driving/approaching
174g Zero Hard Sinus
Not sure I need the Sinus. I like it a lot but doesn't really seem like there is a demand for its use.