Thatdirtykid wrote:your bag is still nearly complete.
you would beinifit from a overstable driver thats within your power range.
and once your roc breaks in it will do alot of stuff the comets good for.
Keep it simple and you will learn alot more.
the invisible tree wrote:Putter:
174g Wizard (only marked as "S", I don't know what firmness)
It's black and looks really good in the chains.
176g Z Wasp
I'll be supplementing this with a D Wasp near the same weight by this weekend hopefully. Go UPS, go!
172g X Predator
I bought this for one specific hole at my home course and birdied today it on my first try with this disc. I'm glad I didn't let the nitwit at the disc shop talk me into that Champ. monster. If I didn't enjoy hording frisbees so much I'd put the POS flick that that this Predator replaced up for sale. Discrafts rating system is terrible.
166g * TL
174g DX Teebird
I read this website too
171g DX Beast
Goes far, curves right. This disc is perfect for the 18th hole at my home course. If I hadn't always fallen so far behind by that point I could make some nice 18th hole comebacks by birdying a hole that most other people can't with this disc.
red innova mini
I can't get a clean release with this thing. Not a good putter either.
the invisible tree wrote:I've expanded a bit since this post:
170g soft Wizard
175g med Wizard I'm trying to decide between this and a 175g firm wizard for drives/approaches. The firm one gives me a few extra feet but I sometimes release it early on approaches. I'll probably carry both when I save up some cash for a bigger bag.
177g d Wasp (seasoned)
176g z Wasp
166g * TL (beat)
167g * TL (fairly new)
173g dx Teebird (beat)
173g dx Teebird (slightly seasoned)
171g x Predator (well used)
169g z Predator (close to new)
Anyone see anything that I need or don't need?
krusen wrote:the invisible tree wrote:What's the difference between your beat TL and your beat DX Teebird? What about between your new TL and slightly used Teebird?
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