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Whats in your Bag?

Postby Chase20460 » Tue Aug 22, 2006 12:18 pm

Always a popular thread on any forum. I am constantly changing my bag around, like everybody else, so heres the newest set-up:

Drivers:

Iron Lion Star Wraith- 175g.- Seasoned perfect. >> 375- 400+ drives
Quad Stamped X-out Wraith- 172g.- Innova Spirit. >> ?
Star Teebird- 172g.- Long hyser shots. >> 375 and under
Iron Lion Star TL- 175g.- Fairway driver with hyser >> 300-350
Star Leopard- 174g.- Fairway and slight fade >> 275-325
Roadrunner-175g.- Straight, Turnover, Roller >> 200-325

In and Out drivers:

Star Monster- 175g.- Thumbers and hysers. Benched by X-out Wraith
Balco Leopard- ???- Stable to slight hyser drives. Possible retirement.
Iron Lion Star Teerex- 175g.- Is it a long Teebird or a Wraith? Benched.
SE TL- 174g.- Beefy Roadrunner. Makes cameos only.
Discraft ESP Surge- 175g.- Great disc, shorter Wraith, trying to get in.
Discraft Z- Surge- 175g.- Will get the start eventually with the ESP.
Discraft Z- Predator- 172g.- Like it, but not enough yet.
Discraft Z- Avenger- 175g.- See above.

Midranges:

Iron Lion custom DX Roc- 179g.- All shots ending left >> 250-325
Star Coyote- 180g.- All straight shots, little left fade >> 250-320
Discraft Z-Buzz- 177+- Who knows. It just rides along. >> 250-330
KC Banshee 11x- 175g.- Thumbers and hysers. Skips >> 200-300

In and Out Middies:

Iron Lion custom soft DX Roc-178g- Out because its on 7 somewhere.
Discraft ESP Wasp- 178g.- These feel awesome. Itll make it in there.
Discraft ESP Buzz- 177+- See above.
Champion Gaytor- 175g.- This disc sucks, but does have a purpose.
Discraft D-Drone- 175g.- Overstable midrange.


Putters:

Iron Lion Star Aviar- 175g.- Almost all putts inside 40ft.
9x KC Aviar- 172g.- Approach , slow turnovers. >> 50-250
10x KC Aviar- 175g.- Approach, long windy putts. Jump putts. >> 275
DX Aviar- 175g.- Soft, beat, good for downhill putts. >> 50-150

In and Out Putters:

Iron Lion Star Aviar- 172g.- Just waiting back awhile.
11x KC Aviar- 175g.- Shop putters, occasionally get out.
Discraft D-Challenger- 175g.- Great for approach shots.
Gateway Wizard- 172g.- See above. Both are great, not for me.
Discraft Soft Challenger-174g.- Wasnt a bad putter. [/i]
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Postby Bradbalk » Tue Aug 22, 2006 12:53 pm

Drivers
1 171 Pro Wraith - Favorite Driver
1 175 ILDGS Star Wraith - Beefier version of the Pro
168 Champ Orc - I like the light weight for higher altitude shots.
157 Champ Viking - Good for Thumbers with less stress on the elbow
175 Champ Star Sidewinder - Fairly beat in anny and roller disc
175 DX Leopard - Straight short driver.
170 Pro Firebird FL - Hyzers and skip shots
175 Monster - Same as Firebird, this one probably gets more use

Midrange
180 Ching Roc - Slightly understable
180 11X Roc - Slightly Overstable
175 Gator - Very Overstable
180 Element EL - Very straight

Putters
1 Rhyno - short approaches and better in the wind.
2 Old stiff Wizards - Main putters
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Postby MDR_3000 » Tue Aug 22, 2006 1:05 pm

175g Champ Teebird -- Main Driver
175g Star TL -- Straight lines to 430
174g CE Leopard -- Turnover / Straight
175g Star Firebird -- Spike hyzers, Thumbers, Forehands (yes, I
use this disc a lot)
175g Star Firebird (beat) -- Teebird straightness with a firebird hyzer
170g Champ Roadrunner -- Rollers, sky turnovers, tunnel shots
175g Star Wraith -- MAX D

177g Z Buzzz -- 380 and in
178g Z Buzzz -- " "
176g ESP Buzzz -- Straighter than the Z
177g D Buzzz -- Flippy
175g Champ Whippet -- complete opposite of Flippy

148g Dx Aviar -- uphill putts, low ceiling putts
175g (x2) KC Aviar -- All putting / approach duties
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Postby Bradbalk » Tue Aug 22, 2006 2:20 pm

MDR_3000 wrote:175g Champ Teebird -- Main Driver
175g Star TL -- Straight lines to 430
174g CE Leopard -- Turnover / Straight
175g Star Firebird -- Spike hyzers, Thumbers, Forehands (yes, I
use this disc a lot)
175g Star Firebird (beat) -- Teebird straightness with a firebird hyzer
170g Champ Roadrunner -- Rollers, sky turnovers, tunnel shots
175g Star Wraith -- MAX D


No discraft Drivers?
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Postby MDR_3000 » Tue Aug 22, 2006 2:30 pm

nope, I have an ESP Surge I'm looking at..but that's about it.
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Postby GDL17921 » Wed Aug 23, 2006 9:43 am

what happened to the Avenger?
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Postby MDR_3000 » Wed Aug 23, 2006 10:47 am

I haven't thrown the Avenger for a while.
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Postby Like_Water » Wed Aug 23, 2006 12:20 pm

No Predator? Crazy. :shock:
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Postby FB32992 » Sun Aug 27, 2006 12:41 pm

Drivers

171 pro wraith - distance
175 star beast- tailwind flip hyzer
175 star tee bird- headwind
173 qjls-straight, slow turnover
175 champ roadrunner- annies rolles
175 proto t rex - beefy headwind big hyzers
175 star monster - spike hyzers, forehand, thunbers forehand roller, skips
175 star starfire(X) - seems pretty flippy, along for the ride
Mids

175 dx roc - beat up straight
175 dx roc - stable slight fade
175 champ spider - straight, annies
175 x-out champ whippet - beefy spike hyzer, skip shots, forehand

Putters
175 star aviar- beat in 30 and in
172 IL star aviar - slightly beat 30 and out jump putts
175 star aviar - newer more stable
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Postby Like_Water » Tue Aug 29, 2006 7:57 pm

Wizard
Glo Aviar
9x Roc
Champ Shark - Straight Stable
Champ Shark - Overstable (Newer)
11x or Star Teebird (Best driver ever)
Champ Leopard
Predator
Spirit
Pro Wraith
Star Wraith
Roadrunner (best roller disc ever)
D-Stratus
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Postby Chase20460 » Tue Aug 29, 2006 8:31 pm

What do you use the Roadrunner and Stratus for? Id think they are similar enough to only need one? Also, why the Spirit? It seems like your set-up is pretty covered, so whats it do to stay in there? Thanks Tanner.
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Postby davidmac » Sun Sep 17, 2006 11:38 am

Chase, How close is the inferno to making your starting line-up?
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Postby Chase20460 » Sun Sep 17, 2006 10:49 pm

davidmac wrote:Chase, How close is the inferno to making your starting line-up?



To be honest, it will be at least another month, maybe 3 weeks. Thats when tourneys start dying down again. Im decently happy with my bag until I have some more free time. Its not a fault of the disc. I can throw that at 80-85% and reach the same distance as my Wraith. Its just learning to throw it at 80-85% Im having trouble with.

Also,it would help to be in the same or similar plastic as the Elements. If it werent for the Coyote, Id have the EL/ ELX combo in my bag already, as I like the plastic. ( Even though Im not a fan of the flexibility in the EL. The ELXs seem a tad bit more ridgid in the rim. )
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Postby flyinplastic23 » Mon Sep 18, 2006 7:04 am

"whats in my bag?"

a lot less after matzen lake...
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Postby SoCal19 » Mon Sep 18, 2006 11:32 pm

In my brand new Innova Tour Bag from the IRON LION is;

Drivers
Iron Lion Star Wraith 174g
Star Starfire 175g
Star Tee Rex 175g
Star Beast 175g
Champion TL 172g
Star SL 175g
DGA Tsunami 172g
Star Sidewinder 175g

Mid Range
DGA Squall 178g
DGA Squall 173g
DX Roc 178g(well groomed)
Dx Roc 180g
Iron Lion DX Roc 180g(poppy top)
KC Pro Roc 178g
KC Pro Whippet 175g

Putters
KC Pro Aviar 175g
KC Pro Aviar 172g
Star Aviar 175g
Really Old beat in Wizard
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