This is an older uses of the bag(Just keeping it here as a note to myself for later)
On to uses of the bag.
Throwing in the PD's again to compare to my more worn Predators. Gonna go side by side with them for most of the spring and maybe all summer,just to get a good feel of both them.
Predator(worn and fresh),worn and fresh Predator and Fury are my main control drivers and they range from Overstable,Stable to Neutral. My worn in Predator can handle a good wind and finish strong left and powers down easily. The worn Predator and Fury are great for open shots but excel when thrown in the woods. Just easy to control. The Fresh Predator just excels at doing what it does best,going far and being overstable. Best headwind driver I've ever used. *Edit* At the moment My PD's are going to be taking the Predators spot again for this role and possible my P-PD will take out my Fury.
Just Added all My Cyclones back to the bag. I really feel this will workout pretty well. They all range from Stable to Understable. Goin old school with the Cyclones. Yeah Cyclones are kicking it and kicking it good. Been making some great drives with these babies.
The Roc3 will be new to the bag and I expect it to be able to handle winds and be very stable and always finish left. I have high hopes set for this disc. Also I put back in my KC Pro Roc for Low ceiling drives. Seems to work good for me.
I've been off and on with Comets for years now. I would always throw Rocs back in and take Comets out.I also mess with a Fuse and even though they go farther deep down I like Comets better. So this year I'm gonna stick with my Comets as my main do everything Midrange,but Rocs will be there to help. I use a Z(Stable) a ESP(Neutral) and Elite X(Understable). Comets are the bees knees of Midranges.
XXX is my main Utility. It just excels at dogleg lefts and about every other Utility shot out there. My Predator works well for utlities,but if it's on the extreme side of things I'm using my XXX. I also just added my beat to crap Cyclone that will do very well in this department too.
Zone has been a staple in my bag since it first came out. Got a Pro D and then immediately got a ESP when I found out about it. Very good for Hyzer Drives,Forehands and just lots of utility uses. Put Pro D in bag again for those putts where you need to hook it around a tree.I think it will work well. Zone is a keeper
Wizards are my main putter and have been for years,but i'm going with a small change. Going to try something different this year. Going to start trying a Judge out for putting only duties.It may work I dunno couldn't hurt to try since i have trouble with some longer putts sometimes.Back to Wizards. My old beat in RFF will have the job for turnovers. My really beat in Eraser and others will be for straight drives. The Evolution is just beefy and good for drives that finish with fade. Now I have tried this before but didn't give enough time and went back to some other putters for driving duties. This time I'm gonna stick with it all spring/summer.
This is pretty much what I got going right now. If you guys see any type of holes or weakness in the bag let me know. I'm always up for good civilized discussion about disc golf. Edit: 5/9/2014
- I'm probably going to erase this post soon. This older bag while I liked how it worked I've moved on to some things that are working pretty good for me. I'm really liking my 6 mold bag I got kickin. Once I get my Classic Truths I'll be set.