BentElbow11 wrote:UncleBrother, I like your bag setup per your sig. Functional and minimalist. But what are you using as an OS mid to compliment the Comet? The Trident or Zone?
BentElbow11 wrote:Roc3, okay. Agree re the Zone. And I kinda figured that about your Trident. Z Comet's a good workhorse mid, if it's not too windy.
I'm using a Z Wasp and neutron Tangent as my mids. The Tangent replaced an Opto Fuse. Less range but no flipping and sailing away with a slight miss on the release angle, or when windy.
I'm using a Pro D Zone as my "wind putter".
BentElbow11 wrote:Some are less OS than others I've heard. It's not that different than a Z Buzzz, just a harder fade. My Z Wasp is 172g, blue. I can rip it flat and it's straight until the very end when it begins slowing down, resulting in consistent and precise placement. Also very good for anhyzer-flex shots due to decent glide for an OS design.
Tangent is the straightest approach disc I've ever thrown, and that includes all putters. The only issue is range, as it's barely longer than a putter.
My Pro D Cyclone was very easy to throw straight with minimal fade at reduced power(long approach). My Elite X was noticeably more stable, had less glide, and needed a harder flatter throw.
BentElbow11 wrote:Yeh, the Pro D is fun. Gets chewed up quickly though.
BentElbow11 wrote:That's why I switched entirely to champ/opto/Z plastic awhile ago. It's the reason I use different molds to cover stability needs, instead of cycling. The upside is I can use the same discs for years, assuming I don't lose them.
I have never liked the feel/flight of Star or ESP, which has a bulkier feel to me. I also think they have less glide than champ or Z. I like Pro, but it gets beat up almost as quickly as DX.
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