WoW, simplify. Again all suggestions are based on personal style, mine being simplify. You have quite an assortment of molds, and each has its intended purpose and the one you really get out of it. But when it comes down to it you need discs that go left, that go right, and that go straight. And you need discs that do that from differing distances from the pin while allowing you a comfortable pull. Speaking from my own bag, I carry 4 Crushes all varying ages from new to very old - but because of the different stages of "broken-in" I have 1 mold that will go left, right, or straight. I carry 1 X Pred, nicely broke in for long fairways, short wooded holes and controlled 'S' turns. 1 Buzzz for long approaches, 1 Challenger for hyzer approaches, and 1 Soft Mag for approaches and putting. I can go right, left, and straight form T to pin with little confusion, hey all my drivers feel the same and 9 of 10 approaches are with the Soft Mag. Usually I play a Crush, then straight to the Soft Mag. Now I do take out my Crushes for the month of July to try 2 other molds, but the Crushes go back come August. SO, to sum it up, simplify your bag, go with a few molds for a while (like a season); get to know them and give them time to break in. You'll end up with a mold or two that you really know and in varying stages of weathering that will give you the full spectrum of left to right shots and eliminate the need for a bag full of "specialty" discs.
This works for me, good luck, the fun is in the trying to figure it out so have fun which ever way you go,
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