The 2000 Bag List

This is the 2000 archive for the What's in Your Bag page. Visit What's in Your Bag and tell us what you have in your bag or scroll down and see the newest lists of what everyone else is carrying.

Tripz66 (mush_420@hotmai;.com)
i caryy at least a 1/8 of northern lights on me all the time

Posted on Saturday, December 23, 2000 at 17:19
J.G (
What I throw mostly are hard to find
Old style Whippets
Rocs Ontario
aviars beadless


Posted on Sunday, December 17, 2000 at 14:44
Breana (
i have a hella-lot in my BAG BABY!!! huh uh uhuhuh uh

Posted on Monday, December 11, 2000 at 15:52
Jeff (

169 Discraft XL
171 Discraft XL (worn and seems more stable than 169 XL)
171 Innova Eagle
175 Discraft Xtreme (probably most overstable disc I've thrown, use it on drives and mid-range shots, good consistence of turn)
172 Discraft X-Clone
168 Discraft Stratus


170 Discraft MRV (great straight disc)
175 Discraft MRX
167 Innova Stringray (great understable disc)


170 Innova Aviar (for long range putts)
171 Discraft APX (for anything under 45 feet)

Posted on Monday, December 11, 2000 at 13:35
mike (mikehen30)
ravens are unpredictable you should consider using a hawk

Posted on Sunday, December 10, 2000 at 21:05
bob h (
normal weather normal day,
150 cheeta as a driver
168 raven, this holds a tight line through the trees
168 omega putter for medium approach and putts
windy day,
185 tracker driver
168 gazelle for approach when needed.

i play in va and md. anybody interested e-mail me, lets play

Posted on Saturday, December 09, 2000 at 20:23
me (important)
i think this should be monitored!!!

Posted on Wednesday, December 06, 2000 at 22:06
Steve (
Bag: I rotate 3 bags depending on # of discs I feel like carrying.

Current Discs:
4 JLS discs from new to old and some times a 150 class.
2 Stratus, one new and one old.
1 Eclipse well worn.
1 Leopard, new
1 XL
1 Cheetah for rolling.
2 Omega AP
2 Omega putters
2 minis
As many Budweisers as I can fit!

Posted on Tuesday, December 05, 2000 at 10:03
John (
Driver: Old, beat-up Viper
Mid-range: Old, beat-up Viper
Putter: Old, beat-up Viper
Current favorite: Old, beat-up Viper

Other: empty cashew bag, assorted trash left on the course by assorted trash
My "bag": My pockets

I threw my first game ever 6 days ago. I've thrown 7 games since! I'm hooked. 3 1/2 weeks before Christmas and I finally know what to tell my wife to get me. Not an old, beat-up Viper!

Posted on Friday, December 01, 2000 at 14:08
Dave (
discraft-xl=distance and longer putts (over50ft)
viper=distance and well..distance.
???topsecret=distance and right to left shots.

retired=morey,gazelle-both are in the lake and I lost $20 bucks trying to get them it was a 500 foot throw!!!!!!
misc=rock,cheetah,maurauder(150g)...which was my fav...oh well parting is such sweet sorrow.

Posted on Tuesday, November 28, 2000 at 05:49


Posted on Sunday, November 26, 2000 at 22:02
Call me crazy....or just call me ;)

(scroll down a couple pages and you'll see what I'm talkin about)



VIPER -new-180gmrs-I have a K.C. on order.
X2 -slightly worn-174grms-longer, but not as stable.
K.C.TEEBIRD -new-175grms-LONG very gentle hyzer.
K.C.TEEBIRD -worn-174grms.-LONG straight drives.
DX TEEBIRD -very worn-170grms-LONG very gentle helix.
S.E. LEOPARD -new-174grms-great "S" curve.
S.E. LEOPARD -worn-174grms-long,glidey,helix.
S.E. LEOPARD -veryworn-170grms-huge helix,roller.

STRATUS -174grms-long mid-range-gentle hyzer or helix.
S.E. SUPER-ROC -180grms-stable-short hyzer shot.
WOLF -173grms-unstable-short helix shot.


S.E. SOFT RHYNO -180grms-new-short hyzer putts.
S.E. SOFT RHYNO -180grms-very worn-straight "go-for" putts.
AVIAR P&A -150 class-worn-"touch putts"-long helix putts.

towel, water bottle with water, water bottle with beer, joint (for medicinal purposes:), swiss army knife, mini, sunglasses, ppaper and pencil.

*Use a water bottle for beer, obvious cans are disrespectful to parents and their kids, and cops just trying to do thier jobs.
*Thanks to the advice through this site, I have become an obove average player. Snow will prohibit me from playing as often, but I will be developing my putting skills in the garage. Hopefully this is the year I will accomplish my dream of dominating IN and taking on Ken Climo, Ron Russell, Scott Stokely at the World's in 2001. Hope to see you there.

Posted on Sunday, November 26, 2000 at 16:03
Rob (
forgot about my brand new SWEET candy red gazelle...if you haven't seen these yet they are a translucent plastic in red and very rare blue gazelle skips for miles they also have valkyrie,firebird more stable and extremely durable plastic

Posted on Monday, November 20, 2000 at 22:20
Rob (
3-Whippet X's

Posted on Monday, November 20, 2000 at 22:10
Jeff St. Romain (
Drivers: 2 Gateway Blazes and 2 Gateway Sabres. I keep a new Blaze in my bag for when I need a big hyzer shot or into the wind. I can also crush this disc with lots of anhyzer and it will glide and hyzer out for huge distance shots. I keep another Blaze with me thats slightly beat up, for when i need just a little more glide on a hyzer shot. I have a new Sabre in my bag at all times, just because this disc flies farther than anything I've thrown. When you hear descripions that say "it goes where you throw it" this disc does that more than anything, and it's a driver! Plus its the best beginer disc on the market. Ialso have a beat up Sabre for roller shots.

Approach: I carry 3 Rocs in my bag. A new one, one thats slightly beat and one that very beat up. My new on right now is a ten time KC Roc and it's still as over stable as it was when I put it in my bag a month ago. My slightly beat up one is a nine time KC Roc that I throw with slight hyzer and have it flaten out and fly straight for 300+ ft. My beat up on is for turnover shots up to 340 ft. Theres nothing like throwing a gentle fade turnover Roc shot. I also have just converted from Magnet to Big Bead Aviars and that was a great dicision. Ithrow big beads from 250 and in for accurate upshots.

Putting: Im the worst putter in the world and I do that with Beadless aviars. I was putting with Magnets at a decent level but still sucking most of the time, while I had to put up with watching Eric Tracy make everything From 75 feet and in with a Big Bead. So after all the smack talk I decide to try a Big Bead and I putted pretty bad with that to, but I noticed it had potential, but that bead on it was just to uncomfortable. Then I found a '97 Worlds Biggest small bead (beadless) Aviar in my closet and I really like the was this disc feels and flies. And I got the last of Rick Rothsteins small beads.

Mini disc: Maybe I need a lucky one.

Posted on Thursday, November 16, 2000 at 13:29
Van ()
Understable Drivers: Stratus, Leopard
Stable Drivers: XL, Eagle
Overstable Drivers: X2, Banshee

Understable Mid-Range: Wolf
Stable Mid-Range: MRV, Older Roc
Overstable Mid-Range: MRX, Super Roc

Putt/Approach: APX, Soft Rhyno

Posted on Thursday, November 16, 2000 at 07:37
Jordan Green (
Firebird-my long range driver. I use a new one for headwinds and a more beat one for straight and turnover shots. i prefer weights from 165-175.
roc-my midrange driver/approach. I use new for winds and hyzers and more beat ones for straight and turnover shots.
Aviat putt & approach-my putter/midrange.

Posted on Wednesday, November 15, 2000 at 20:36
Murph (
XL For long lefts
Polaris for long and straight
KC Pro Cheeta for S turns
Stratus for rights
Eagle for high quick lefts
Aviar for approach
A 13 yr old black Aviar hard putter for tricky curved approaches
Omega putter
others in the bag Tee-bird,blow-fly,and a XL

Posted on Wednesday, November 08, 2000 at 17:22
Ben Ticknor (
I've posted before, but I've made some changes so, Here it is

An XS for the super long shots

For Long shots where I need control I usea #2 Flyer

I use a Maurauder for long back hand drives

An Eclipse for Anhyser shots

A Roc, A Wolf, and a #3 flyer for midrange shots (depending on the situation)

A Exp 1 for long Hysers, or rollers

A Banshee for uphill shots

A Polaris LS for downhill

A soft Rhyno and an APX for putting, the latter for when I have to have lot's of glide, such as putting downhill or around obstacles.

Posted on Monday, November 06, 2000 at 16:45
"Slayer"Bill K. (
James - you are barking up the wrong forum. Go to AOL's help section. Better yet, drop them.

New disc: Innova Cheetah, 168g, Neon Orange, breaking in - Very controllable driver, but not the longest. Good turnover or straight driver depending on your arm. I will need my next one to be a few grams heavier to keep it straight and controlled. I use Leopards(Long), Snipers(Mid), & Classic Rocs(short) for turnovers already.

Posted on Monday, November 06, 2000 at 12:08
James R. Hester (Marine065)
what is going on with aol the web service is getting to be the worst service for me lately I can't get a web site to load up at 03:00 am and I know that people our in bed and this dam web is not so busy that I can't get a web page up so if it keep up then I know what to do and I don't thank you want me to do that but I will if it keep up Bellsouth is a better than aol and I have ask people to come to aol and I have been kick off two time also

Posted on Monday, November 06, 2000 at 01:57
Jimbo (
just looking

Posted on Wednesday, November 01, 2000 at 03:12
frzbdad (
2 eagles
2 tbirds
1 firebird
1 leopard
1 #3 driver (innova stingray - roller)
1 classic roc
1 cuco roc
2 omega ap

Posted on Tuesday, October 31, 2000 at 22:41
2 eagles

Posted on Tuesday, October 31, 2000 at 22:36
Dave P. #17356 (
2 KC Eagles(1 new, 1 beaten)
2 XS(both new)
2 Firebirds(1 beaten, 1 new)
2 X2(1 light and lightly worn, 1 heavy and new)
1 KC Firebird

Posted on Monday, October 30, 2000 at 10:42
Tim Fry (

two Eagles; One pretty beat up for long right turns, one a little less for straighter shots....TeeBird for long straight with a little left turn at the end...Apache for semi-long right to left shots... Sniper, midrange shots with a left turn.... Gator, for long approaches....Classic Hammer for all kinds of approaches....Aviar for longer putts....Omega Approach for the shorter stuff.....I also carry other assorted discs to make sure my bag is plenty heavy....I know it doesn't make much sense but I don't either Pen for scorekeeping, Water Bottle....couple of mini's......

Posted on Sunday, October 29, 2000 at 09:24
"Slayer"Bill K. (
Found a no-namer. Ching Sniper, 175g, purple, beat - Good for midrange. Pretty flippy, but will stable back. Kind of like a faster, more controllable Cobra. Yeah, I know it's a Panther ripoff, but I've never thrown them. May make it into bag.

Posted on Thursday, October 26, 2000 at 23:45
brian (mgypsykitchen)
i get along fine in the redwood curtain with just three discs. i drive with the innova whippet,mid range with a roc, and putt with a haggard old steal your face disc that my dog got a hold of.

Posted on Tuesday, October 24, 2000 at 21:48
mike (
white X-clone(beaten) long right fade into wind
fly dyed Jls (newish) strait
fly dyed Xl (newish) nice wide left turn
blue X-clone (new) strait with a wicked left dive
white stingray (beaten) nice right curve
cheeta (beaten)long right fade with wind
up shot:
blue extreme (new) what a wide left curve and skips away from you as it lands
super rock for those strait 20 foot shots
fly dyed cyclone (beaten) slow left turn
yello banchee (beaten) strait with a left dive
trick shot:
white banchee (newish) up and around the tree 10-25 feet
all of them
eclips for that 25 foot birdy shot
banchee for anything under that

Posted on Tuesday, October 24, 2000 at 03:39
Mike Hunt (
eagle, wolf, x-clone, viper, scorpion, & pole cat
also lots of green sticky stuff (for break time!!!)

Posted on Sunday, October 22, 2000 at 20:04
scott waltrip (
Inova wolf
Inova super roc mid range
Discraft cyclone for long left fades
Discraft hd hawk for narrow fairways, accurate
Inova tee bird for long shots
Inova gator control disc for curve approach and puts from a distance
omega super soft
Inova aviar
cigarrettes and lighter
finally towel for wet discs

Posted on Friday, October 20, 2000 at 20:33
Jon Freedner (
Primary Driver - white Discraft XL 167g
Nice straight flight with a bit of left fade toward the end. Slightly understable when thrown hard. Handles slight to moderate headwinds okay as long as you don't also overpower it. I've learned to throw it with a touch of anhyzer to get a nice smooth S-shaped flight.

Second Driver - yellow DGA Blunt Driver 174g
Stable driver, goes straight, sometimes fades left. Mine is pretty scarred up, so I use it instead of the XL when it seems like there's a good chance of winging my disc straight into a cluster of trees.
As of this writing, my Blunt Driver is lost somewhere amongst all of the golden-yellow maple leaves on the 666 foot fairway of hole #14 at Enman Field Disc Golf in Brunswick, Maine. They don't call their course "The Beast" for nothing.

Mid-range - yellow Innova Jaguar 173g
Just bought this one today. BIG disc... 3 cm larger than my XL in diameter, so 173g is actually pretty light for it's size. (most of the Jaguars I saw were in the 190g range). This is my first Innova disc, and the plastic seems very durable. I had a hard time keeping this disc on the deck, so I'm wondering if I should have gotten a heavier one. I'll have to play with it more to really get a feel for it's strengths & weaknesses. So far it seems good at holding a line through a curve, but when trying it for long putts I found myself overshooting the basket by a long way... it just keeps going... and going...

Putter - white Discraft Soft Magnet 172g
This one should be called the Laser. Thrown flat, it flys perfectly straight every time with no funny business. I like the grippy texture of the soft plastic. Which link of chain did you want me to hit?

Novelty Disc - Red/lexan Frisbee MaxFlight
I've been playing around with this a bit. It's got a very soft rubbery edge with a thin plate of grey lexan to stiffen the body. Understable when thrown hard. Keep it away from trees, as it ricochets off of them like nobody's business. My record is 7 very pinball-like bounces before it sailed into the adjacent fairway. Useful for medium range right turning shots or for those impromptu games of catch.

In my bag I also carry a towel to wipe off the discs with if they get wet or muddyand my clip-on polarized sunglasses to cut down on the glare if I'm throwing toward the sun.


Posted on Friday, October 20, 2000 at 01:05
orgazmoDA ()
Its dark green and smells okay. and i smoke it

Posted on Friday, October 20, 2000 at 00:12
"Slayer" Bill K. (
I'm aware that the "smartest" bag probably consists of 7/8 models of disc with a few of each in different states of wear; but, I really enjoy getting new and different plastic and seeing how differently and how well they fly. So, here are my latest bunch:

2 Ching Fusion Tanks, 171g, yell/blue, new - Ever just know when you were going to like a disc, even before buying it? I friggin' love these things. Great grip, beautiful straight to overstable approach, and drop like stones when near or in the basket. Would like them max weight and maybe in hard plastic, but don't want the bead on the Innova Rhyno. I won the post-round putt-off on my first day with it ($$$). I may never go back to Aviars for putting....

Innova KC Roc, 179g, wht, new - This thing screams durability and controllability. I think it will make some discs in my bag redundant. I can see why these are a staple of a lot of great players. Sweet.

The rest are filling in my rotation:

Innova Eagle, 171g, blue, new - Still the longest disc in Innova's line (haven't thrown the Valkyrie yet). Prefer KC version, but the DX's break in quickly if you need them to.

Innova Whippet "X", 174g, wht, new - Been windy around here, but it hasn't bothered me.....

Innova Stingray, 171g, red, new - I think this will be better weight. My 168g was uncontrollable after breaking in. When my Leopards are too long...

Innova Viper, 175g, yellow, new - When a Banshee is too fast or a Whippet "X" is too much.....

2 Innova Firebirds, 170/172g, org/wht, new - Finally, the weight I need. Would like to try in KC plastic, though I have heard it is the only disc that gets more understable when making the switch, unlike most models, which get more overstable. Quality control and susceptibility to stamp altered flight seem to be issues with this mold, but damn they do their job: Go straight very fast, then break left.

Posted on Thursday, October 19, 2000 at 21:45
camie (
why do you play it

Posted on Wednesday, October 18, 2000 at 16:30
Gee White (
I enjoy movies, walkss in the park, candle lit dinners,etc............. and Whatever peeks my interest.

Posted on Tuesday, October 17, 2000 at 21:49
Brian Lindstrom (
Long Range: Leopard SE - turn over / straight, KC TeeBird - straight, KC Eagle - good for S curves, KC Firebird - straight / left fade

Mid Range : MRV, MRX, Xtreme (right, straight, left)

Other : Banshee - use for tomohawks

Putt / Approach : Aviar

XS and Eagle I use interchangably - they do about the same flight for me.

Posted on Monday, October 16, 2000 at 20:04
"Slayer" Bill K. (
4 more: Innova Firebird, 175g, Yellow, new - 1 of 2 discs received for entering/placing in my 1st tourney. Wish it was a few grams lighter, but, it was "free". I swear the rim is deeper than my others, but am too lazy to get close tolerance measuring tools. Ultra-fast and overstable.

Innova Classic Roc, 172g, white w/Ching prismic stamp, new - other "freebie". Was anxious to try as I had heard much about these, but wasn't what I expected. Smaller diameter than the Roc with less bevel. Sorta like a flat-top, low-profile Aviar. Less overstable than the Roc, but more stable than the Aviar on approach shots. Pretty flippy on drives. Good disc, but I need more time with this one.

Innova Banshee, 172g, blue, new - needed replacement for my 169g-er and wanted to move up a couple of grams. Have been reaching for these a lot. This mold applys its overstability in a very useable fashion. There are other discs to reach for high winds or sheer distance, but this does the trick of a lot of tees.

Innova Teebird, 169g, red, new - about the weight I want, but the DX models are less domey than the KC ones I have. Still a super nice flyer, but will die quickly, I think. These Teebirds might be the most useable of all the new breed of drivers, if not the longest.

If you are actually bored enough to have followed my other posts, here are some promised updates:

Super Puppy - great performance, NO lifespan. Maybe the 2 I got were from a bad batch.

Leopards - Very long lifespan, like its turnover better than the Stingray.

KC Teebirds - Just may be the best drivers ever.

Whippet X - do these things ever break in? Sheesh. Does its job, though.

XS - Damn this thing is long. Discraft plastic just does not hold up well, though. Flippy after one long range tree. Don't imagine it'll last too long.

Posted on Monday, October 16, 2000 at 00:39
Joshua Even (
Driver:172 kc teebird i-dye. Throws flat with a very predictable slow fade. Great distance!

Midrange:175 classic roc yellow. I like it better than the standard roc because it will go left, right, or straight...whatever you tell it to!

Putter:175 Special Edition Rhino white. Soft, grippy, and flat. Doesn't need to be thrown hard to go far. Great from 30
feet out or more.

Just threw my first round with a Puma and I really like it. It doesn't fade! It holds its line even as it slows down I love it!

Posted on Sunday, October 15, 2000 at 00:04
Paul Russum (
driver: 174g cheetah, white, partially beat up
approach: 180g shark, yellow, partially beat up
putter: 175g birdie thumbtrac, white, partially beat up
I also have a 175g firebird, a 174g leopard, a 177 stingray for left hand turns, this disc knocked 5 strokes off my score the first time I used it! ( I'm a leftie). A 170 sniper, and a 175 Teebird. I've only been playing since August and I'm hooked!

Posted on Saturday, October 14, 2000 at 21:53
brad linder (
all disc are innova

1.(personal favorite)kc pro cheetah-long straight driver
3.leopard-ultra long turning driver
4.kc pro teebird-ultra long turning straight driver
5.xd- medium range disc
6.aviar putter

Posted on Tuesday, October 10, 2000 at 09:35
"Slayer" Bill K. (
2 more: Innova Whippet X, 174g, Orange, new - Hwoof. One muscular disc. Has taken the mantle of the most overstable disc I own. Some of that being the bad, distance robbing kind. Works great in the wind, especially sidearm. Hyzer? You betcha.

Discraft XS (First Run), 171g, White, new - the first Discrap(sic) disc I felt inspired to actually purchase. Like a slightly larger cross between the Innova Eagle and Firebird. I think this is going to be one long, controlled, sweet disc. I'll let you know.

Posted on Thursday, October 05, 2000 at 23:41
shack (shakatak@mindspring)
stingray/168g kcpro cheetah str. drv polaris/ls driver aviar putter discraft soft magnet midranger shark/innova

Posted on Monday, October 02, 2000 at 19:00
"Slayer" Bill K. (
I'm starting to wonder if I like playing, or just collecting discs now..... here are the latest:

Innova KC Eagle, 170g, white, new - KC plastic is grippier and a little domier. Added control and distance. Goes and goes. Nice.

Innova KC Teebirds, 166g & 172g, new - I really think these might be better than the Eagles. Seem easier to control and yet go almost as far. This might relegate my beloved Firebirds to Wind/Speedshot duty. Still too early for me to tell.

Innova DX Leopards, 169g & 175g, Wht/Ylw, new - No disc literally feels as good in my hand. Easy to turnover at high speeds, as designed, but will go straight with a little hyzer or an old-school style throw. Suprisingly long, just glides and glides. Not a wind disc.

Dynamic Disc Super Puppy, 175g, Orange, new - This golf-old-school non-beveled disc is quite a revelation. Easier to throw straight as an arrow than an Aviar. It'll float nicely on approach shots with a little snap, but will drop like a stone on low spin straddle putts (good for those of us that miss lots of putts). Wonder how it'll drive on shorties.... Deep dish does take some getting used to, though.

Posted on Friday, September 29, 2000 at 07:56
Doug (
XL for most drives. 172 or 173. Love the control I have with this disc. I carry three right now.

TeeBird - experimenting right now. Like the distance. 174

Viper (replaces a lost X-Clone) - I'm getting used to Anhyzer shots and so this disc is being used more often. I can often throw it further than my XL IF I get the anhyzer right. 174

Cyclone for very straight drives. 171

MRX - Most midrange shots - 174

Aurora MS - Midrange shots that require very straight or left to right shots - 177

Shark - short straight drives 172 (wish it was about 177 or higher)

Stingray - 176 - for rollers and short left to right drives

Putter - 176 or 177 gram Rubber Putter.

Posted on Tuesday, September 26, 2000 at 14:20

Posted on Tuesday, September 26, 2000 at 12:56
"J-man" Joshua (
Well, I found a disc today. Here in central Iowa we seem to collect discs. Anyway, it is a Discraft HD hawk. Any advice on when i should use this disc? Thanks;)

Posted on Tuesday, September 26, 2000 at 00:19
Jason Martinez ()




MID (150-200FT)


Posted on Sunday, September 24, 2000 at 12:28
Byron Wood (
GlowBee bag
Viper-150 long and left
SE Leopard-173 long straight or right
XL-172 long straight
MRX-175 anything 150' or less
Aviar putter- 175- 50' or less

Posted on Sunday, September 24, 2000 at 00:00
Byron Wood (
Someone please suggest a good right moving disc for someone who usually throws a fade, Thanks

Right-movers in my bag;
Comet- throw it flat,long, may turn if it likes you
JLS 1.0- flat and long, then turns right
beat XL- God's gift to golfers

JLS 3.0- What a glide
New XL- Straight, unless you make it hyzer
KC Firebird- ALWAYS fades left, predictable, not-so-great distance, IMO

MRX- straight, always left at the end
MRV- straight, right with power, left at the end
Stratus- throw it flat, turns right way out there

APX- good approach disc, goes where you throw it
Aviar- when I'm real close
Omega SS, Soft Magnet- When it's cold

Interesting to compare your recent posts to your older ones....

Posted on Saturday, September 23, 2000 at 23:50
"Slayer" Bill K. (
Someone please help me...... I'm sick, so very sick. Bought 2 more today. Threw each a few times in earnest. They are:

Innova Firebird, White (plain stamp), 174g, new - Needed a new one. I love them. As for performance, see my previous Firebird entry, add 8g, take away some break-in, do the math yourself. May end up being too overstable for what I have in mind for it. Of course, I could just develop more pull.... ;-).

Innova Aviar(driver), yellow, 166g, new - Got this because everyone seems to have one in their bag. I see why. Slow and VERY straight. Will be good for short drives and certain approaches. Will try putting with it as my putting sux. Can't possibly be me.... right?

Posted on Saturday, September 23, 2000 at 19:23
andy austin (

gazelle 175-162 i have alot of them some kc some reg kc firebird 172 got it at worlds still figuring it out eagle kc 174-170 goes long easy maruder 178 secret weapon wont go as far but stays on line stingray 180-177 right turns & rollers cobra 173 great 4 long putts softie 86 173-176 great putters slow aviar-omega 173-176 approch & putt in wind

Posted on Saturday, September 23, 2000 at 08:35
"Slayer" Bill K. (
Since I know everybody hangs on my every move, here's a quick update of newly added discs:

Innova Stingray, Blue, 168g, brand new - Threw it about 12 times and I already like it. Not super fast, but pretty long anyway. As has been said many times, this is a controllable and useful turnover disc. Hope it doesn't get too flippy when broken in, I use other discs for rollers (which I use only under duress, they don't take ace runs and just aren't aesthetically pleasing).

Innova Banshee, Yellow, 169g, brand new - Didn't really want this, but I needed a new overstable driver for headwinds and heyser holes and this was all my dealer had. Overstable it sure is. After breaking in, I don't think it'll be as stable as my Viper, but who knows.

Innova Cobra; Orange; 178g; used for half a round, lost for 2.5 months, then returned - I think I bought this oddball due to loss of my driver back in my 3 disc days. It feels great in my hand both backhand and sidearm, though it'd probably be better if a little lighter. Easy to throw pretty far, but not quite sure when to use it.

I think I'm succumbing to discitis, as I've only played for 4 months and probably don't need all this plastic.

Posted on Thursday, September 21, 2000 at 23:52
surfur0028 (

Posted on Thursday, September 21, 2000 at 14:08
surfur0028 (break_water)
I am very new to the sport and currently only have 4 discs....


Discraft XL Flydye
Innova Raven
Discraft XTRA Flydye
Innova Aviar Putter

I just recently got a large Innova disc bag with room for up to 20 discs. If anyone has any suggestions for discs that go right, please let me know so I can fill my bag...

Posted on Thursday, September 21, 2000 at 14:07
Chris Koster (
Started playing 2 months ago and already have 8 discs.
My driver is a light blue Discraft Eclipse. I use an Innova Roc
for mid-range shots, its' dark blue with rainbow metallic printing. For putts I use a bright yellow Discraft Soft Magnet. The Eclipse weighs 169g, the Roc is 179g and the Magnet is 168g.
They all are predictable and were just the easiest to throw consistantly when I started playing.
Extras in my bag are: an assortment of bandaids, tape, towels and a water bottle(for getting discs out of trees!).

Posted on Wednesday, September 20, 2000 at 19:49
"Slayer" Bill K. (
Innova Firebird, White, 166g, broken in - Fastest disc I've thrown, but maybe not the longest. Very long, but might not be great for ace runs. Must be thrown low, flat, and with BIG snap (in other words, correctly)to be effective. Awesome for sidearm, which I throw a lot off the tee and some on approch (skips beautifully). Takes HUGE arm to turnover even slightly. Great in headwinds. So in love with the flight path I use it when I shouldn't. Now I need a new one. Hey Innova: make this in KC plastic, 'kay?

Innova Eagle, White, 163g, broken in - Truly flies. Probably my longest disc, but with the light weight and it being broken in now, it's too understable off the tee sometimes (slight helix). Next one will be heavier (and KC), like my...

Innova Eagle, White, 170g, beat up - My trainer: when I got the proper flight pattern from this disc, I knew I was starting to throw properly (back when I had just 3 discs). Still flies far and nice. Pretty flat. I think I need a KC Teebird in this weight. Indeed.

Innova Viper, Yellow, 167g, slightly broken in - Most overstable disc I've owned (helix, shmelix). I think there are even more stable ones available, though. Great on heyser holes (course or self-created ;-( ). Nice sidearm disc. Real nice in headwinds. Nice when you need driver flight pattern without super long driver distance. Not a birdie disc. Will use my new one sparingly in the future... like my next Firebird.

Innova Roc, Orange, 180g, slowly breaking in - Wow. Goes where I throw it. Fantastic combination of Golf and Catch disc characteristics. Long approches and shot tee shots, only; glides too much on shorter "go for it" birdie shots. Great off the tee on shorter, tighter holes. Almost purely backhand (for me). Truly a pleasure to throw.

Innova Shark, Blue, 174g, well broken in - Once I got some snap, this former driver of mine got relegated to the bottom of my bag. Mistake. Only rarely used off the tee now, but is an awesome long approach disc (and a fair putter!). Good birdie try disc. Most understable in my bag. S is for Shark and for S-turn throws. Reminds me that I should get a Leopard and a Stingray (for the understability, which I've been avoiding since I throw backhand and sidearm, but realize it'll be handy to have).

Innova Aviar Putter, Yellow, 174g, as broken in as softish putters get - Real predictable. Great for short to mid-length puts. Ok for medium anheysered approch shots. Longish birdie, anyone? Super for when you can't afford to go too far past the pole (though I hear Rynos and Fusion Tanks are best for that). Never teed off with it. Have a love/hate relationship with it, which leads me to believe it's me and not the putter (duh). The Aviar Driver seems neat, might get one.

Millennium Omega SuperSoft Putter, White, 172g, softies don't break in - Great putter. Gets kicked out noticeably less than my Aviar. Nice approach disc. Made some long putt/short approach shots with this one. Actually great off the tee when short or lofted throws are required. Short, quick helix on those.

Posted on Wednesday, September 20, 2000 at 02:13
"J-man" Joshua (
I'm rigth handed.If you are left handed,directions are reversed.

Teebird - Primary Driver - strait and overstable at the end
* Tye Dye - looks great in the air. KC edition

Eagle - Secondary Driver - strait and overstable at the end
* Use when my Teebird is not being released right

Banshee - Headwind Driver - strait and very oversable
* Works great into the wind. Necissary for those windy days

Banshee - Hazard Driver - strait and very oversable(damaged)
* I use this one for shots when I may loose a frisbee

Gazzelle- No Wind Driver - "S" curve. slightly right then left
* My favorite driver but with any wind it is inaccurate

Viper - Uphill Driver - strait and overstable at the end
* Great for uphill drives. Great distance and very reliable

Raven - First Driver - "S" curve. slighlty right then left
* Most comfortable with. Does not go as far as Teebird

Stratus - First Midrange - gradual right, slight left at end
* I use this to go around tree's close to a goal.

Firebird- Unfamiliar with - more overstable than the banshee
* I'm stil experimenting with this disc. Very fast though

Cyclone2- Midrange/Driver - strait then very overstable.
* Great for dogleg lefts. Very reliable.

Stingray- right midrange - right, straight, then slight left.
* I use this one for right doglegs. Second disc bought.

Puma - strait midrange - straight with a slight left at end
* I use this one as my long approach disk. strait n' true

SuperRoc- approach disc - strait then left. Special Edition
* Use most of the time as approach disc. Very acurate.

Aero - Primary putter - very strait, acurate and heavy
* Now learning how to throw a putt not float a putt.

Omega SS - Back up putter - First putter. Rarely use now

Posted on Tuesday, September 19, 2000 at 21:12
Sean Dressler (
Putters: Soft Aviar for lob type puts
Rhyno for strait in or hyzer puts
Shark for long puts and approaches
Mids: Dolphin for when the wind is on my side
Aurora MS for when its not
Drivers: Whippet whip it good!
KC Banshee, Gazelle, Cheetah
Eagle, Cobra
Rollers: The Almighty Stingray
KC Cheetah beat beyond recognition
JLS thats warped like a Kiss record left in Moms car
on a steamy sunny day

Need some G*L*O*W*E*R*S though.

Posted on Tuesday, September 19, 2000 at 13:23
nancy hendricks (
Driver: Orange Eagle 166 (gotta try the firebird tho!)
White Teebird 164 Both for forehand shots
White X2 168 For sidearm (my longest drive)
I prefer all white or fly-dye discs, but you can't
always get what you want, especially in the mid 160's!

Upshot: APX! APX! APX! APX! APX! Fly-dye 172
I love this disc!! Straight, turnover, hyzer...whatever

Putter: Black Aviar 172
Hot shot disc that I won at the Napa Vintage Cup this
year. If you need your putts to stick anywhere, Napa's
the place. 10 foot birdies can turn into 100 foot pray
for a bogie!!

Posted on Monday, September 18, 2000 at 20:24
Tatu Lehtinen (
Well I updated my bag and plastics after the many hours of testing. Now I carry Lightning Tour Special bag. It's a nice bag even it's small.

Driver: BOMB(170-175 grams): Really nice flyer. Flies long and straight and you can still hook and slice with that disc too. It's also great into the wind. BOMB's plastic is somewhere between XD plastic and KC plastic. So I really like that disc.

Mid range: SNIPER(175 grams): I can throw this one very hard and it flies still straight. Easy to control those turnovers too. And those stamps, oh boy!

Putter: SOFT RHYNO(173-175 grams): Nice feel and plastic. Nowdays I don't have to worry about wind. It flies just the way you throw it.

Posted on Tuesday, September 12, 2000 at 06:48
heather knicely (chanzzzgirl)
i am 13I play jr's (girl) i played for about 4 years i am pretty good i guess!
2 vorager's \ 150\146 YELLOW BOTH ( DRIVER)





Posted on Saturday, September 09, 2000 at 20:28
Ben Ticknor (
I use a #2 Flyer for Long drives, An Eclipse for Anhyzer shots, and a combination of an MRX, a wolf, and A Polaris LS. If I need a forearm shot, I either us a #3 Flyer, or a Vortex. For rollers or shots with a lot of Hyzer I either use a Exp 1 or a Banshee. For putts and approaches, I prefer An APX for long Approach shots, and up close, I'll use a Polecat for straight on shots, and a Upshot on shots around or over trees.

P.S. If you live anywhere near where I live, you'll need all thos Discs for the Tower Ridge Course.

Posted on Thursday, September 07, 2000 at 17:01
Dave Walker (
I throw all drives and many upshots sidearm, here's what I use

XL - long straight
X2 - into wind
Cheetah - rollers

upshots/putts I don't use a putter Shark has worked fine for me
MRX - straight or long putts
Shark - anhyser/hyser shots and putts
Cheetah - new for into wind putts

Posted on Thursday, September 07, 2000 at 11:03
sal (
Flying Carpet - great new putter,won't bounce out, flyes awesome
check it out at

Posted on Wednesday, September 06, 2000 at 22:00
Chad (
First of all, I try to make sure that my girlfriend is with me at the course. She doesn't play golf, but I'd much rather see red hair and big boobs than balding hair and beer bellies.
#1-K.C. Eagle 175g - I can toss this one around 420 feet,and the skips at the end are absolutely awesome!! I've had three aces because the skips I can get with this disk.
#2-S.E. Tee-Bird 175g - Same as Eagle but takes less effort.
#3-X-tra 173g - Great for long hyzers.
#4-Hawk HD 173g - Excellent disk for upshots between 140 to 30 feet with a good glide, but the plastic won't grab the chains that well, so I only use it for safe, under the basket shots.
#5-L.E. Tachyon LF - About the same as the Hawk HD, but will negotiate foliage better, and get around tight corners like nobody's business.
#6-S.E. Soft Rhyno - In my opinion the best all-around putter for all ages and divisions. Thumbtracs rule!!

I also keep two Banshees(174g) in my bag for tomahawk, pancake,
or scooby shots; water bottle; tennis ball( If your stuck in a tree ); sharpie marker and ink pen; pocket knife; towel; mini;
and a small bottle of this stuff called Goo-Gone that can get tree sap off of anything.

P.S. If your ever passing through Oklahoma City the courses out here aren't that tough. Will Rogers' Park is on N.Portland and 30th, Woodson Park is on S.May and 29th, and Dolese Park is on 50th and Meridian.

Posted on Friday, September 01, 2000 at 15:01
Russ "NORM" Packer (
SE Teebird (not the TL either)175g white
Teebird 174g orange
Tank (not the Fusion Tank) 173g white
Puma 173g yellow "I can get it to turn right everytime."
Sniper 172g yellow

Posted on Friday, August 25, 2000 at 15:34
Jason "Rock" Holman (
Stingray - Rollers
Stinger - Long Anhizers (handles my snap a little better)
Stratus - Short gradual anhizers
XL - Mostly for Hammers & Tomahawks, but also used for open long holes(turns over to much for tight holes)(hehehe tight holes)
X2 - Primary driver (has slight turn over)
Voyeger II - Primary driver & my favorite disc
New Roc - Excellent utility disc
Banshee - Hizer disc
(2) Classic Rocs, 1 beaten, 1 new - best disc ever made...the 7 iron of disc golf!
Aviar - Approach disc/forehand flicks
86 Softie - Putter

Posted on Tuesday, August 22, 2000 at 12:31
Bennett M. (
170g. firebird driver
172g. chain magnet putter

Posted on Sunday, August 20, 2000 at 08:41
Billy K. (
I've been playing for 3 months and have just started to reach the 300 foot mark.
DRIVER--164g JLS I'm getting a better snap lately and am getting a little more turnover than desired

ALT. DRIVER--164g K.C. Whippet I use this into BIGGER winds (in Iowa the wind blows nearly all the time) or for a needed fade

APPROACH/PUTTER--171g Thumbtrac Birdie/167g Birdie I can throw these straight as an arrow almost any distance--even a long drive. Also holds a turn left or right. Fewer bounce outs than the SuperSoft.

Posted on Friday, August 18, 2000 at 22:18
Bill Wallace (
Wilson fat shaft 1, 3, 5 woods and 3-9 irons

Posted on Friday, August 18, 2000 at 14:47
Bill Epperson (
I am just getting started, so my bag isn't very impressive yet. But what I have is as follows.

1) 165g cheetah
2) 147g pegasis
3) 172g innova putter

I have some discs on order. Can't wait to give them a throw! Any suggestions for a beginner would be appreciated. What a great sport!

Posted on Tuesday, August 15, 2000 at 01:23
Bill Epperson (
I am just getting started, so my bag isn't very impressive. But what I have is as follows.

Posted on Tuesday, August 15, 2000 at 01:17
Steve (
Pretty new to all of this, but am diggin' it big time!

Eagle ultra long driver
RDGA driver
Roc classic
Piranha putter

Posted on Sunday, August 06, 2000 at 16:17

Posted on Sunday, August 06, 2000 at 14:30
Bruce ()
At one time I tried to make this game complicated.
Now I carry a:

Cyclone - Long Drives
Roc - Mid Drives
XD - Putts

Having more FUN than ever.

Posted on Friday, August 04, 2000 at 15:27
Dana Bell (
I changed my bag up earlier this year, so a new list is in order. I finally parted with the Cyclone2 that I've carried for as long as I've been throwing, and replaced it with the Pro-Elite line.

Lime #2 Roller 172g: My overstable roller. Stable enough for grass that's a day or two overdue for mowing, or a little crosswind.

White Cheetah 150g: My understable roller. Fast, but needs some TLC. A slight tail-wind will help. Also for tomahawks over the woods.

Blue Xtreme 172g: My bodybuilding disc. I see how hard I can throw it to keep it from crashing to the ground. This one ain't gonna turn over on me.

Blue X2 174g: I would be throwing a Tye Dye 172g, but it took a left turn into the woods. Long driver, with a reliable fade.

Tye Dye XL 172g: Long range, dependable driver. Not the longest for me, but the most dependable.

White XClone 172g: I use this for very long drives with a left turn. Also, good for windy conditions.

Yellow JLS 172g: I use this for very long drives with a possible right turn.

Tye Dye Stratus: Don't use it much, since I handle my short anhyzer shots with a sidearm, but occasionally, when I'm in the mood.

#2 Driver (F-15 Eagle) 172g: My bread and butter disc for side arm approaching. Also, use it for drives over water. (It floats)

Red Rubber Putter: My putter. Not the best, but feels the best. Also floats in water.

#1 Slice: I don't carry it unless I'm gonna play courses with water. Also floats.

Posted on Sunday, July 30, 2000 at 19:26
mark ely (hello my friend)

I have been playing abouta year and i am fairly decent. Iuse this combo to get me around th courses-cyclone#1 driver-eagle#2 driver- cheetah downwind situations-viper windcutter-scorpion for uphill - stingray for right turns-and shark for midrange approaches and putting. i am always looking for something to imprve my game-any good ideas send me line-ps ia am just starting to fool around with the polaris, stratus,whippet, ram,puma, and a self bragging disc from millenium called the jls

Posted on Friday, July 28, 2000 at 16:58
Birdie (

1-(+2)K.C.WHIPPET/fly-dye/172/Brand new,VERY stable.
4-(+1)TEE-BIRD/ylw/169/Brand new,still stable,retired another...
6-( 0)JLS/wht./175/Will have forever,just an awesome disc.
7-(-1)LEOPARD/fly-dye/170/Ye"S"ssssssssssss curve.
8-(-2)STINGRAY/ylw/176/Turn-over disc,retired another........

1-( 0)STRATUS/Club Dead/174/Good drunk disc:):):):):):):):):):)
2-(+1)S.E.SUPER ROC/ylw/171/Mid hyzer shots, works like a charm.
3-(-1)WOLF/wht./172/Worn in :), thumb-track gooooooooooooooood.

1-( 0)AVIAR/org./150/Took from wife so I could kiss my own putts
2-( 0)XD/wht./170/Good "touch" putter,good glide,good disc.
3-(+1)HARD RHYNO/wht/173/"I put my putters in distance order"
4-(.5)SOFT RHYNO/wht/175/Smashes the chains,BOWLING BALL PUTTER.

-towel,mini,water bottle,knife,pencil,score cards,sun glasses.

*Number grades are based on how these particular discs fly for me. "+" marks indicate left curves for right handed players, in other words a "hyzer" shot. "-" marks the opposite, "turn-over".

THANX again fellow basket heads and best statement I heard so far is..........................................................
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!KEEP THE COURSES CLEAN MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on Friday, July 28, 2000 at 06:34
jesus jenny (
XL 173 (hole in one with this disc yesterday)needless to say my favorite
Teebird 175(Dependable disc not quite as long as XL)
Teebird 168
Barracuda 185(if anyone knows where I can get a 170 or 175 still let me know)
#1 Helix 172(new haven't really used this one yet...
#1 Slice 170... or this)
Mid Range
Roc 178 (A classic this does not even feel like a current disc, Probably 10 years old so straight and dependable-my trouble shooter)
Puma 172(new?)
Rhyno 175 (Solid putter)
Magnet 171 (only use this one for oddball shots and rollers)

All in my Nike team Gym Bag which only costs $9.99 and does an awesome job-like it was made for discs.

Someone please suggest a good right moving disc for someone who usually throws a fade, Thanks

Posted on Thursday, July 27, 2000 at 16:02
Duane / Minneapolis (
Lightning Pro Tour Bag
1 Banshee 160 class
1 Banshee 170 class
1 Eagle 160 class
1 Eagle 170 class
1 XL elite 160 class
1 Extra elite 170 class
1 Cobra Classic (worn)
1 Cobra
1 Roc
1 XD
1 Aviar
1 Lightning Rubber Putter
1 Big can of bug spray

Posted on Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 14:48
Birdie (


-Oh man, long and faaaaaaaaast. Slight hyzer fade at the end of it's flight. Break-through in technology.

-Not my preference for distance, but don't under estimate it. If brand new,COULD be the best hyzer disc out there.


JLS-(180 grm./wht.)........:(:(:(
-Took the place of my XL...first throw. So beautiful, it kinda brings a tear to your eye when thrown. JLS-2?!?!?!?!?:):):):)

- The farthest F@CK!N DISC THERE EVER WAS!!!!!!!!! The rim's is not as comfortable as my JLS, but man if whipped right this thing will go forever! "Jay-Bird" hot-stamped GLOBE design w/j.b. logo/170 grms./orange w/ prpl. of the best investments I ever made.


STINGRAY-(173 grms.,yellow with blue trim,a.k.a. B. J.)
-"worn-down" just enough...will turnover every time. 1 of my favorites.

-To be quite honest my back is kinda screwed up. So if my back's hurtin', OR I'm kinda drunk, I'll use this disc to get the most distance for the least amount of effort. It seems to hyzer at the end of it's flight, none-the-less, it's easy to throw. AWESOME glide, and if snapped right you'll get an "S" curve like you wouldn't believe.


-"Club-Dead" dye and plastic. If I had to pick 1 disc it would be this. Has the best glide on a disc I've ever seen. It will turn-over, it will hyzer if thrown nose up, hell I can even putt with it. Awesome disc.

S.E. SUPER ROC-(over-stable)
-Again I love my "mid" discs. ANY mid hyzer, I use this disc because of its predictability and control. I can see what all the hype is about it.

-I was pretty sceptical about this one but....MAN HAS IT SAVED MY A$$! Alot of my buddies don't like the thumb-track and give me slack because of the colors, but I will DEFINETELY, buy a new one.


XD-I seen some guy usin' one one day, and man was he doin' some amazing things with it. So, I decided to buy one one day and was happy ever since. Long, driver-like, and glidie', type of putter. This is my long distance putter, in other words "Birdie-Shot".

RHYNO/HARD-(white with no logo, 179grms.)-"RHYNO/SOFTIE" with wings???????????? Love it.

RHYNO/SOFTIE- This is my "bowling ball" or "shot-put" putter. Stable enough to be accurate but it doesn't have enough glide to matter much. I've had Avairs, Magnets, APXs, but I seem to always resort back to my Rhynos. Love em'.

Posted on Monday, July 24, 2000 at 23:38
Mr. Black (
171 firebird-long straight a little fade left
172 firebird-same
175 K.C. t-bird big hyzer
172 voyager- short 250-300' accurate,roller,anhyzer
172 special edition t-bird anything
171 1st run t-bird- super long and stright,tomahawk turn over
171 gds sabre- controlled straight
150 gds sabre- long turn over right,really hard throw
169 griffen- short and sharp hyzer upto 300'
171 aviar- straight accurate upto 250' slower, turn left approac
171 gator- tomahawk,hyzer, mid hyzer straight upto 250'
165 aviar- putter approach upto 200'
150 avair-putter high wind putter diffecult stance putter
171 aviar- putter,approach upto 200' short slow hyzer

Posted on Monday, July 24, 2000 at 02:26
s.c. amaro (
176g rhyno fav it will do any trick as long as your mid to sht rng.
177g #2 driver straight but can be overthrown to slice.
175g #3 flyer slight s but overturns to slice w/ comeback.
169g #1 flyer it goes right. good didt>Tripz66 (mush_420@hotmai;.com)
i caryy at least a 1/8 of northern lights on me all the time

Posted on Saturday, December 23, 2000 at 17:19
J.G (
What I throw mostly are hard to find
Old style Whippets
Rocs Ontario
aviars beadless

Andrew Marks (
beat-up Eagle orange (174)
Eagle red (150)
new Eagle yellow (174)
2 Cyclone (173) (171)
fly-dye Xtra (174)
Banshee orange (172)
MRX white (174)
Hawk pink (175)
Soft Magnet white (169)
Large Lightning Bag

Posted on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 12:56
Dan (
right hander
-EXP1 beat to crap. awesome with wind and will alays come back left unless i really do something weird and give it a massive right hook. i really like this disc and might go get a new one.
-XL a tree ate my last one so i got another. havent noticed any major difference.
-have an apx somewhere in my back yard. i can never predict how far it will fly, or where it will go. only hit one nice putt with it. so i threw it in the woods one day... and never cared to retreive it.
i dont have a bag.. but if i did it would have... some lopping shears for when trees eat my discs, long pants for when i have to stomp in thron bushes, bug spray, a six pack,

and if anyone can give me a hint on how to stop my massive right hook i would be very grateful.

Posted on Sunday, July 16, 2000 at 18:19
Dave (
146g Cheetah for long straight drives (slight hyzer)
169g Banshee for left(flat) or right(anhyzer) curving shots
174g Omega SuperSoft Putter for birdies every time ;)

Posted on Wednesday, July 12, 2000 at 18:14
Damon Salter (
I have as many discs as most people but on a nice sunny day I prefer my favorite Discraft XL 174g. and a 40oz. bev of my choice.

Posted on Monday, July 10, 2000 at 13:31
Reece Watson (
I just started playing and reading lots of info.Heavy disc,light disc issue for the beginner,is and should be up to the player. This is what I'm carrying at this time and still learning. Drivers,Innova's Cheetah 175gm.,Firebird 169gm.. Just ordered a, Discraft X2 driver at 165gm. Midrange Innova Stingray at 172gm.,it rolls well and backhands real well.. Putters, Innova Aviar at 172gm...Discraft,Soft Magnet 172gm.,does well in a headwind (Last 8 holes at Burns Park in the wind).2 towels, hand and disc.Off bug spray.Armor Brand Oak-n-Ivy Pre-exposure lotion....Drywallers med.mesh`sand paper`..

Posted on Saturday, July 08, 2000 at 14:12
mike lindsay (
150gm cheetah anhyzer
eagle hyzer
175 soft rhino

Posted on Friday, July 07, 2000 at 14:40
Scott Walsh (
(2)Discraft XL- 168g- great hyzer or s curve-
(2)Innova Classic Roc- 176g- follows any line
(1)Discraft Soft Magnet- 174g- sticky putter
(2)Innova K.C. Roc- 169 & 179g- TOUGH discs- very overstable but
they can take damage from trees and cut through wind
(2)Innova S.E. Leopards- 172 & 175g- stable discs that will run
with tail wind.

Posted on Friday, July 07, 2000 at 10:50
Mike Bachman (
175 aviar new, any straight shot up to 300 feet
175 aviar beat, at least a couple years old for short tunovers.
175 aviar slighty beat, for 250-300 foot turnovers
175 aviar glo couple month old, for putting i like the glow because it seems a little softer.
4 180 Rocs from brand new to very old,300-400ft one of which is alway a old san marino roc for turnovers, and a worn ontario roc for dead straight shots.
1-hyzer 174, only throw overhands with it the best thumber disc out there.
1 175 old mold whippet new, very over stable i throw all my forhands with it.
1 banshee new 174 for long all hyzer shots.
2- slighty beat 170 cyclone 2 for long anhyzer shots that i don't want to flip all the way over.
2-3 eagles 169 from brand new to about 20 rounds old these are my primary drivers for monster holes. 400+
--- I try to throw mostly white discs except for discraft I trow yellow or pink.
--- I keep all of this in a gds tour bag with some minis, markers and skins money.
if you have any ???? regarding discs give me an e-mail i throw most disc that come out atleast 100 times in a field to get a feel for them before ever try them in a round and have thrown probly every disc someone today would buy, in this way.

Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2000 at 16:44
Jim Hartwig (
Primary Driver- #3 Driver-white- its the only disc i can get alot of distance from.
Secondary Driver- Puma-blue- I can throw pretty far and accurate.
Midrange-Shark-Red- its a good all around disc.
Secondary Midrange-ROC-Orange-Im still getting used to this disc.
Putter-Aviar Putt and Approach-Yellow- Its an awesome putter and i just wouldnt be without it.
Others i carry- Cobra(orange),for use when i need a right to left fade,it seems to do that good for me.An Upshot(orange),just for an extra putter and an MRX(Fly-Dye),i use this disc for a Right to left fade. Thats all i have and if any one has questions please email me.

Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2000 at 11:27
Tim (
Innova Tye-Dye Cheetah
Innova Puma
Innova Teebird-
Innova Leopard
Discraft Moon Disc
Omega Supersoft Putter

Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2000 at 09:50
jerry davis (
firebird 175-i throw sidearm off of the tee about 75% of the time. great stability, especially into a headwind. this disc, like the RAM, can handle a very strong sidearm snap. roc-175 very accurate, very dependable. KC aviar-also a great short to mid-range driver. aviar putt&approach-is there any other putter to use??? color preferences-white, yellow, orange-all easy to locate after a long day of golf.

Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2000 at 02:46
Justin Moore (
It's been a while since I put up my list and It has changed a bit so here it is now.

3 Juliana Bower XLs - 174 for windy days. 2 171s for other days.
2 Cyclone2s (171g) (First Run) One brand new
1 Xtreme (174g) Got to have one of these

1 Juliana Stratus - Hard turnovers and rollers
2 MRX -- This is about the best disc ever made
2 MRV -- Nice and straight even when I snap it
1 Comet First Run, really beat. Turnover for anything up to 360'
1 HD Hawk. Very Beat up but I can make it fly straighter than anything else I have
1 APX - All Upshots :)

2 APX (171) 1 is newer and I use it for longer (over 40') putts

Posted on Friday, June 30, 2000 at 13:08
Matt ()
-2 Innova Ravens 180 G, Both Orange - Primary Driver
-1 #3 Slice 170 G, Bright Yellow - Curve Shots, Midrange
-2 Polaris LS 174 G, Blue and Purple - Long Straight Drives
-1 Dolphin 164 G, Orange - Water Safty
-1 Eagle 148 G, White - PDGA Sign-up Gift w/ PDGA stamp
-1 BlowFly 174 G, Purple/Blue - Primary Putter
-1 Rhino 174 G, Purple - Secondary, Longer Putter
-1 Birdie 174 G, Yellow - Extra Putter (Old Fav.)
-1 Avair 149 G, Glow White - After-Dark Play
-1 Panther 174 G, White - Strait Midrange
-1 Leopard 174 G, White - Biggest Weekend Gift w/ stamp
-1 Unknown 174 G, Light Purple - WOn @ tourny, like Polaris LS only less distance

-2 Black Sharpies for new discs
-2 Pencils
-2 Pens
-1 Bottle Purel Hand Sanatizer Gel
-1 Worlds '99 Towel
-1 Pair Winter Type Warm, Thin, Golf Gloves
-1 Package Hand Warmers
-1 Pack Tissues
-1 Water Bottle
-1 Birdie Bag Hand Dryer
-3 Member Cards/Tags
-3 Minies
-1 Bag Snacks
-1 Nail Clipper
-1 Pack Band-Aids
-1 Tournament Bag, Black
-1 Tape Measure (CTP)
-1 Score Keeper Thingy (Plastic)

Posted on Friday, June 30, 2000 at 00:09
Storm Blizzard ()
XL (174g): A long driving disc. Gets the perfect S to reach the longest distances.
X2 (174g): My personal favourite. Another long flyer, but still got the oversableness that makes this disk to a great allround disc
X-Clone (176g): An extra overstable disc for sharp turns. And a personal forehand favourite.
Xtra (173g): Like the X2 but a more agrresive forehand disc.
HD Hawk (175g): A exelent approach disc.
Soft Magnet (174g): Great grip. Soft and smooth putter.

Aviar (173g): The Supperior of Approach. You can slice it, hook it but it still will finish with a perfect landing with no roll.

Omega AP (173g): Nice for putting.

As you seen i preffer heavyer discs. To be able to get them a little bit more overstable and to get more range. I recomend Discrafts Pro Editions "XL" When you are able to handle this disc good enough it will get you futher than before. Not beeing a long distance thrower myself and only a Junior i have a personal record with the XL of 147 meters.

Posted on Wednesday, June 28, 2000 at 18:21

Posted on Wednesday, June 28, 2000 at 09:32
Mark (
Hello from Iowa.....

Currently using a LIghting Bag (small) and looking for a new one. (Suggestions would be appreciated...)

As for my discs:
*JLS -171g - Favorite disc, have an 'S' curve and great glide...
*Fly Dye KC Banchee - 173g - My best forhand disc...good control....
*KC TeeBird - 172g - The more I throw, the better I like...
* X-Clone - 176g - Good forhand disc, use to be my main forhand dics till I lost it and got the Banchee (Then found the X-Clone again - Excellent disc for short overhand shots also....
* #1 Driver - 172g(?) - Only got it because it glows and floats.
* Maraduer - 175g - Good disc, use for long approach shots...
* Roc - 174g - Bought is because everyone said you should have one... they were right. Love this disc! Short drives.....
* Stratus - 173g - Pretty good for going right and outstanding for a roller. (Backhand & Forehand)....
* 2 Stingrays - 171g & 174g - Approach discs. Can make it go right, make it go left, make is 'S' & it will do a short roll...
* SUPER SOFT Putter - 173g - Best putter ever! I sucked bad at putting and got this disc and it moved me up to pretty good, just by getting the disc.
*Birdie Putter - 176g - Pretty good putter, I prefer the Super Soft. Birdie is in there for practace only....

Also in my bag - Towel, tennis ball, bug spray, wet wipes, lighter, sharpe, scorecards, change, mini and a dew rag. (Probably more crap that I can't remember putting in there)

Fly long...putt flat!!!

Posted on Tuesday, June 27, 2000 at 09:48
dave (
167-bomb----great disc for rollers and getting around trees
167-xclone--with the right whip it is the furthest driver i have

167-banshee--great disc for sharp turns
175-scorpion-heavy disc does better as approach disc.(wind)

140-omega super soft- great for calm days and 40ft putts
170-magnet supersoft- once it is broke in is great all around.

Posted on Monday, June 19, 2000 at 02:25

Posted on Sunday, June 18, 2000 at 02:40

Posted on Sunday, June 18, 2000 at 02:11
peaches (
chettah bomb gazzele nova putter tigershark wolf but i need something with more strightness and more velocity and more distance

Posted on Friday, June 16, 2000 at 17:57
Matt Churches (
Eagle-lower 170's-main long distance driver
Banshee-lower 170's-into the wind or when I want it to go left at the end

Various Rocs-(175-180)-under 350ft drives
Griffin-used for under 300ft hyzer shots
Soft Rhyno (175) not a midrange disc, but it has replaced all my midrange discs for upshots.

Omega Supersoft (172 or 175)-my putter of choice, also used as a driver on some shorter anhyzer holes
hard Rhyno(175) used for short straight drives (under 200ft)

Posted on Thursday, June 15, 2000 at 22:30
Otis Mills (
primary drivers- eagle teebird xl approach discs- comet mrv [merv] omega ap 1.3 putters- avair omega ap

Posted on Tuesday, June 13, 2000 at 15:22
Eric Ambs (
- 170 yellow Omega supersoft - stays in the chains like no other putter i've used
- 169 lime green APX - flies straight, good in the wind
- 175 white Rhyno - I use this for my long putts, 40ft and farther
- 172 yellow Avair - Sill my favorie putter

- 170 red Cobra - easy to control, good carry
- 171 red Sniper - flies straight, holds a line, I use this when throwing through tree branches when I need somthing smaller than a Cobra
- 169 white MRX - turns left at low speeds, my mid range hookshot disc

- 174 bright orange Gazelle - easy to control, makes a nice s-curve, flies far
- 172 tie-dye XL - my favorite driver, files the farthest. For me the XL is understable at high speeds and is stable at low speeds
- 172 tie-dye Cyclone - flies almost as far as the XL. I use this disc when I need a far throw with a little more hyzer than i can get with the XL
- 170 white Xtra - I'm starting to throw almost as far, and sometimes farther than my XL with this disc
- 170 white KCpro Eagle - on a good throw this is my easiest to control and farthest flying disc- on a good throw
- 175 red KCpro TeeBird - turns harder left than the eagle
- 173 tie-dye Xtreme - Man this disc turns left!!!!

Posted on Saturday, June 10, 2000 at 14:59
Eric (
Well, after experimenting with some of my friends discs, and trading, buying, and finding, I now have almost all my favorite discs.
-Omega Supersoft-stays in the chains like no other putter, takes a little getting used to though
-APX- holds a line for those long and short putts

Posted on Saturday, June 10, 2000 at 14:20
Jake Genovay (
172 Innova Eagle Ken Climo, White
175 Innova Eagle, Orange
172 Innova Leopard, Red
172 Wham-O Voyager, White
172 Millennium JLS, Purple

172 Innova Ram, Yellow
170 Innova Shark, Red
171 Discraft Stratus, Black
174 Innova Special Edition Rhyno, Blue
173 Innova Roc, Red

175 Discraft Soft Magnet, Blue
174 Innova Aviar Putt/Approach, Red
171 Innova Aviar, White

Posted on Friday, June 09, 2000 at 10:07
Martin Perez

JLS 168g. - Excellent for standard / semi-wind driving conditions, great end glide
Teebird 150g. - Used only in "dead-air" drives
Whippet 174g. - Only choice for wind in face tee-offs
Gator 167g. - Great choice for mid-range shots 100-160ft, also found out that deflects great off trees
Blowfly 172g - Absolutely neccessary for full head on putts, especially when putting uphill
Rhino 174g. - Typical midrange, more overstable than Gator another useful choice in wooden situations
Birdie 174g. - Old Faithful Putter , always there if nothing else is nailing those chains, very good drop
Viper 167g. - Tough long midrange shooter , no beginners on this one, has excellent positioning at 100ft
Panther 167g. - Excellent "S" curvature, very dependable long midrange, a must for beginners
Pegasus 142g. - Another dead air driver only used in back woods where all is calm


Just got a BOMB made by CHING
174g. its becoming the shit. Grab some CHING

picked up a XL FLy dye Not used to it yet , currently in use as a long midrange,........definitly not a driver for me. oh yea , it weighed in at 170g.

and I finally picked up my first Eagle..not bad ......but i think im going to test this Ching Bomb for awhile


Posted on Thursday, June 08, 2000 at 21:39
Owen Ridings (
Primary driver:Cyclone, 174 yellow, I throw it great with a four finger grip, flies far and straight, not big cut at the end.
Secondary driver:X-clone, 172 tie-dye, extra over stable, combination of cyclone bottom and another disc. double cut if you throw it right, hard cut if you throw it straight, great forehand disc.
Primary Mid:Mrv, 171 white

Posted on Wednesday, June 07, 2000 at 12:54
BECC80 (
l what you guys go in my past l am becca smith and l am 19 years is old. thank you

Posted on Saturday, June 03, 2000 at 20:13
Steve Utley (
Call Me Crazy....
I've tried about every putter made, I'm still using a RHYNO from my herd of disc. Holds well (if you throw it well) in about all conditions. RHYNO's don't like to be squeezed, hold on lightly. A 175 Orange Rhyno seems to work best.
Does Color Make A Difference?
When I first heard some newbees talkin about the color of disc I dismissed it as an excuse. Now I firmly believe that all things being equal, colors do make a difference.
Primary Driver: Eagle, 175 Yellow
Secondary Driver: TeeBird, 175 Yellow
Other Secondary Driver: TeeBird TL 175 White, (great disc)
Mid Range: Roc 173 Yellow or Rhyno 175 Orange
Putter: Rhyno 175
I carry lots of specialty disc for hyzers, anhyzers, turnovers, s-turns, tomahawks... etc.
When in Kentucky... give me a shout, let's go a round. See Ya, Gotta Go Throw....
Remember... "when you can't be with the disc you love... love the disc you're with"

Posted on Sunday, May 28, 2000 at 09:59
Nick (
Hello from Olathe, Kansas

KC TeeBird 168g-My main driver, straight and very far
TeeBird 172g-I use it when there is too much wind for my 168g TeeBird
Kc Eagle 172g-When I need a lot of distance with a side wind present
Eagle 170g-When I need a long distance, yet accurate shot
Eagle 166g-Very long approaches
Cheetah 172g-I use it for long straight shots
Polaris LF 166g-For short shots with a hard hyzer at the end
Exp1 173g-Long shots with a hard hyzer at the end
X2 173g-Feels good but is extremely overstable
Gazelle 171g-very good straight flying disc with pretty good distance
JLS 170g-Haven't figured out how to throw it yet, but I've heard good things about it
Leopard 171g-For extreme anhyzer shots, it breaks very hard
XL 173g-Im not a discraft fan, throw when there are too many trees to count
Puma 169g-For midrange shots requiring a little anhyzer
Roc 169g-Midrange disc for just about anything, a great disc
Gator 175g-Its an Overstable Roc, its great for getting around obstacles
Cobra 172g-Accurate midrange disc, dont throw in wind cuz it floats too much
Aviar 170g-the best putter ever made
Polecat 170g-approach that doesn't slide on the ground once it hits

Posted on Sunday, May 28, 2000 at 09:26
Kenny Westerman (
Cheetah, 170g, blue - This is my main long distance driver. I throw sidearm and it tends to break to the right.

Cheetah, 150g, yellow - My backup driver.

Jaguar, 181g, blue - This one breaks left and is banged up pretty bad. It was the first Jaguar I ever threw and what I started out driving with.

Jaguar, 172g, blue - driver

Jaguar, 177g, purple - backup

Jaguar, 167g, white - backup

Roc, 173g, white - midrange

Rhyno, 172g, yellow - putter and approach. Breaks right at the end.

Omega Supersoft Putter, 170g, yellow - backup putter; flies straight. If I ever lose my Rhyno, I may switch to this one.

I carry my discs in a blue Lightning Golf Bag. I prefer yellow and orange discs as they seem easier to spot.I started off driving with Jaguars and eventually switched to the smaller diameter Cheetahs. They have a similar feel.

Posted on Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 20:02
ERIC (RX7ep)
anyone know a good disk for 's' curves?

Posted on Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 08:19

Greetings from the central valley of california.
DRIVERS: 169g.banshee-tomohawk-long-have thrown it 350ft.
165g.EXP-1-backhand-goes forever short
150g.eagle-awesome disc!
150g.cobra-flies nice and straight.
170g.firebird-excellent fade predictibility-aced one with it.
166g.leapord-just starting to get used to this disc.
165g.XL-back-up disc.
148g.polarisLF-I've had this disc for 2 years. Its beat down but I can thumb it through almost anything.
148g.whippet-great thumb disc!
170g.DGA HAWK-EYE-very predictable disc.
174g.MAGNET-if its 100ft. and in I throw the magnet, unless there's an easier way over the top.

Posted on Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 03:58

Greetings from the central valley of california.
DRIVERS: 169g.banshee-tomohawk-long-have thrown it 350ft.
165g.EXP-1-backhand-goes forever short
150g.eagle-awesome disc!
150g.cobra-flies nice and straight.
170g.firebird-excellent fade predictibility-aced one with it.
166g.leapord-just starting to get used to this disc.
165g.XL-back-up disc.
148g.polarisLF-I've had this disc for 2 years. Its beat down but I can thumb it through almost anything.
148g.whippet-great thumb disc!
170g.DGA HAWK-EYE-very predictable disc.
174g.MAGNET-if its 100ft. and in I throw the magnet, unless there's an easier way over the top.

Posted on Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 03:57
Tom (
I'm a "intermediate" player, still getting the hang of some discs. No bag, just carry 'em the old-fashioned way.

Blue Cyclone, 145g - a real tree magnet - probably closer to 140g with all of the sanding I've done! Some truly unique flight paths on windy days...
Orange Stratus, 169g - brand new, thought I'd try it to get a little more out of my wimpy arm (love that Discraft plastic)
Orange Bearcat, 146g - slices like no other (also fun in the wind)
Light Blue Classic Roc, 171g - flies as straight as an arrow, stops where you want it to, and it's ridiculously durable. I've gotten a few eagles with this one... Gotta love the nausea-inducing red ink on blue disc color scheme, too
Red Soft Magnet, 173g - Warped enough that I use the Roc for putting a lot of the time, but I still go to it for short putts or if it's windy out

That's my entourage. I'm itchin' to get out and try the Stratus (it rained all day today)...

Posted on Monday, May 15, 2000 at 22:02
Andrew Marks (
Main drivers-Eagle-174 Leopard-173 X2-174 Cyclone-171

Mid-range-Wolf-176 Sniper-170 AuroraMS-180(for wind) Roc-180(for wind)

putters-Rhyno-172 Piranha-165(use very little)

large lightning bag

want to shoot a round and you are in the Minneapolis area give me an e-mail.

Posted on Saturday, May 13, 2000 at 18:42
v (

RED ROC-172g-an excellent driver up to 320 feet-flies straight with a slight left curve
RED AVIAR-172g-main putt and approach disc-flies very straight with maybe a little left fade at times-will use at times for throws up to 260-275 feet
YELLOW EAGLE-171g-my long driver-flies pretty straight with a left fade-i use it on throws longer than 350 feet-overall, i would say a pretty accurate disc
YELLOW RAM-170g-I had a cyclone 2 for a while and it kept turning over on me, especially in the wind, which is what i got the disc for in the first place, wind. The ram is an excellent choice for those whose discs turn over when you don't want it to. I havn't turned it over yet and it flies pretty nice and far-i like to start my throw to the right because i know that even in the most treacherous of headwinds, the ram will come back left-i really like this disc
RED GAZELLE-171g-i use this on long left to right throws-it flies pretty straight with a nice right fade-i also use it as a putter in certain conditions, like high winds
YELLOW STINGRAY-165g-i just startrd using this disc because i heard it was good for rollers, so i'm trying to learn how to throw rollers with it-i'm getting better but i'm having a problem keeping it straight, my disc usually curves off to the right at some point during its voyage, and it doesn't end up real good sometimes-so if anyone has any tips about how to throw rollers, please let me know
BLUE XD-172g-use it for mostly medium distance throws that are straight or to the right-my success with my aviar might make this disc no longer in my bag but i still carry it and use it at least once per round-i used to use a classic roc for throws that i use the xd for now, and i'm thinking about maybe getting another one
These 7 discs work very good for me, and they work for any type of throw i encounter. Note that i am a right hander and i throw the regular way(i don't know the technical term for it-forehand maybe). Obviously i use different discs for different conditions at times, but this is basically what i use the above discs for.

Posted on Friday, May 12, 2000 at 22:28
Martin Mayhew (
Discraft Cyclone 172g, Fair (Tomahawks and long rollers)
Discraft Cyclone 2 168g, Fair (S-curve drives)
Discraft Cyclone 2 168g, Almost New (Straight drives)
Discraft X-Clone 174g, Good (Long Hyzer drives)
Discraft X-Treme 173g, Good (only for tricky hard dog-legs)
Discraft X2 174g, Almost New (Hyzer drives)
Innova Original Roc, 180g, Fair (great for just about anything!)
Innova Super-Roc, 172g, Almost New (stable driver)
Innova Stingray, 179g, Fairly Beat up (Rollers, what else?)
Innova Cheetah, 174g, Really Beat up (Rollers)
Innova Aviar Putter, 174g, Fair (Putter)
Innova Aviar, 172g, Good (Putter and downhill straight drives)
Innova Aviar, 168g, Good
Innova KC Gazelle, 172g, Almost New (straight/slight S driver)
Omega Putter SuperSoft, 170g, Good (Cooler weather putter)

Posted on Friday, May 12, 2000 at 22:20
Martin Mayhew (
Here is what I have:
Discraft Discs:
Cyclone (172 g) fair condition

Posted on Friday, May 12, 2000 at 22:11
Tom Caretto (
I have a lot of killer disks. I started with all Innova's and other that the few I have found, they are all I will buy. But I have to give a lot of love to Discraft for making low-flying, straight shooting, drivers. I like to challenge myself with different disks as much as I can, so the only thing that is always in my bag is a can of chew.

Posted on Wednesday, May 10, 2000 at 23:40
kahnner (
jls driver 169grams tank 174grams middriver soft magnet putter

Posted on Tuesday, May 09, 2000 at 09:05
Phillip Maxwell Clark (
Discraft XL wt. 174g: It started out as green. That color wasn't working for me. Why would they make a light green disc anyway? After I lost my first one I spray painted all of my discs with flourescent paint of various colors. Haven't lost one since, (knock on trees). I like the shape of the edge of the disc. Innova special eddition Soft Rhino wt. 175g: Red/neon spray painted, Smushy and forgiving. I have others but I rarely use them myself. I let my friends that don't own their own use them. The manufacturers need to continue to improve the colors of the discs to make them easier to spot at all seasons of the year. I won't carry a bag unless I have a water cooler with me. I'm not good enough to feel justified in carrying luggage around. For around $10-$13 I'm not leaving the course without the disc I lost. When I carry a bag of discs the tempation to leave one in the top of a tree is too great.

Posted on Monday, May 08, 2000 at 12:42

Posted on Saturday, May 06, 2000 at 10:39
"ZEKE ()

Posted on Saturday, May 06, 2000 at 10:22
"ZEKE ()

Posted on Saturday, May 06, 2000 at 10:22
Shaun O'Keefe (
Shaun right handed
Prime Driver
Banshie-170-Great forehand disk long and straight w/ slight right break at end of flight pattern
Whippet-165-My backhand disk, flies smooth also awsome amounts of right break on the forehand for those great swing shots, good hammering disk as well.
PolarisLS-165-Smooth flight pattern w/ either foe or back hands great distance a bitch to control. I use it as my mid range due to its smooth flight pattern.
Birdie-My favorite from 5-10 yards tracks nice and straight and grips the chains quite nice, plus its got a bad ass bird on it

Posted on Friday, May 05, 2000 at 01:17
Joe Mamma (
Pen and paper. I suck so i take notes

Posted on Wednesday, May 03, 2000 at 20:07
Dean (

173 KC Eagle... has forced my XL's back in the bag
173 I-Dye X-Clone... more stability and great tomahawks.
173 SE Tee Bird... Great plastic, Great length.
173 SE Leopard... Accuracy without overstability, Mid to Long.
150 Eagle... Downwind Wonder, Oh my, BIG drives.


170 SE Leopard... Has to be thrown low and hard.
174 SE Super ROC... Reliable up-shots, hooks, fades, staight.
174 #1 Slice... Holds the slice (really) for turnover holes.
174 APX Putter... Retro rim but reliable results.


173 APX Putter... I've tried them all and this is it for me.
172 Omega SuperSoft... Sticks better. But used less and less.
174 Soft Rhino... A little better into the wind. Still looking.


Lightening Large Bag... Individual Sleeves (WOW) Room for all.
Sanding Sponge... Rectagular medium grit, for those hard hits.
Towel... Carabinered to the outside. My mud and rain solution.
Nageline Water bottle... Wide, washable, fits nicely.
Maps and Directions... Downloaded all courses that are close.
Powerbars... I BONK easily.
Pen and Paper... To collect E-Mail addresses.

Posted on Tuesday, May 02, 2000 at 12:14
Kelly M Allen (15353) ()
,kitty hawk,cyclone whippet 4.1 ,and eagles,also rocs

Posted on Monday, May 01, 2000 at 17:17
Tim ()
I also saw MC lazy head throw for negtive yards

Posted on Monday, May 01, 2000 at 13:31
Matt (
I have a can of chew
I saw MC lazy head throw
for negitive yards

Posted on Monday, May 01, 2000 at 13:29
"Tex" ()
SE Lepard, 175g
Gator, 175g
Soft Rhyno, 172g

Posted on Sunday, April 30, 2000 at 23:18
frank (
#1 hyzer
174 mrx
bong and a sachel of herb
water jug

Posted on Thursday, April 27, 2000 at 23:52
steve ()
i just like to frolf in the rain with a clown on my back that's all.

P.S. the homeless man living on my back porch is literally crazy.... crazy like a fox.

Posted on Tuesday, April 25, 2000 at 20:45
Chris ()
150 Class Cheetah
150 Class Cobra
150 Class XD
KC Avair Putter
I have been messing around with a 165 XL

Posted on Tuesday, April 25, 2000 at 18:19
Brian Jackson (
175 Eagle carry 4 they range from left turning to right turning great disc.
175 Stingers or a Wolf the wolf is straighter the stingers turn over from the begining
175 Rhyno or hard Tank

175 Banshee
175 Polaris Goes very far
175 Tee Bird Goes almost as far but more consistient
175 Bomb
175 KC Banshee
175 Avair
I carry all this and more in a new Lightining Big bag this bag is cool.

Posted on Saturday, April 22, 2000 at 17:41
willy ()

i use either a kc eagle or a kc cheetah for my drives.i usually use a shark to get in near the discatcher.and i putt with a soft magnet

Posted on Saturday, April 22, 2000 at 15:48
willy ()

i use either a kc eagle or a kc cheetah for my drives.i usually use a shark to get in near the discatcher.and i putt with a soft magnet

Posted on Saturday, April 22, 2000 at 15:48
John Thomas (
I have went through many River-Magnets but this is what I use now. I use a Lightning #1 Helix Driver 160g, Hammerhead Mid 168g, and Tank Putter 179g. My game is getting better every day. I find that the Helix is great for my side arm throw and the Hammerhead is powerful stabel. There is no better sound then the Tank slaming those chians.

Posted on Friday, April 21, 2000 at 17:44
Butterfly (
I just started playing the game. I now relize the power of the disc.
I use a 147 banshee, a 170 moray, and a tank putter.
And if you haven't tried it, the pancake can take you along way, even for the small chic like me.

Posted on Friday, April 21, 2000 at 14:21
Zach Lillie (



Posted on Sunday, April 16, 2000 at 22:25
JT ()

Posted on Sunday, April 16, 2000 at 11:56
Matt ()
Innova Eagle 173g
Innova ROC 180g
Innova Rhyno 170g
Innova Aviar Putter 167g

Posted on Sunday, April 16, 2000 at 09:46

Posted on Friday, April 14, 2000 at 20:46
Herb T (jerrycurl69@hot
Iuse a 150 class Cheeta for Drives(makes nice rolls when thrown sidearm.

For mid range I use a Panther(I'm the only one I know to datte to have one).If any one else has one let me know

The Birdie will get me into any hole from any distance for putts and approach.

Posted on Monday, April 10, 2000 at 10:04
Nathan Batty ()
171 Tee-Bird Good Straight Control for a Sidearm throw
166 Pegasus Overstable Sidearm
168 Hammer For midrange, approche, putting, backhand throw

Posted on Monday, April 10, 2000 at 03:09
Benjamin Crowley ()
I use a 150 class Raven for a driver.
I use a 150 class Hawk for appraoch shots.
For putting I use a 150 class Aviar for putting.
I am ten yrs old and have played for 3 years now.

Posted on Saturday, April 08, 2000 at 13:35
goerge (
shut the fukk up golfing is fucking gay you fukkin pusie as$ ba$terds

Posted on Tuesday, April 04, 2000 at 09:28
Jim Hayett (
Driver- Big Bertha 9 degree
3 & 5 woods are Titelest

all irons and my putter are Taylor made graphite.

That's it!!

Posted on Sunday, April 02, 2000 at 15:12
skeeter (
correction on list below, I meant open left hook drives with the Banshee 171g, not open right hook drives.

Posted on Friday, March 31, 2000 at 02:31
skeeter (
I've only been playing for a little over a year now but I've gone through alot of plastic(I play quite abit).Ive tried many different discs and my assortment has evolved into a set that works good for me.
I use an Eagle 171g for my main drive. Good for straight and slight fade drives. Good distance.
I use a Banshee 171g for open right hook drives. It can be made to fly pretty straight too. Sometimes I use it more than my Eagle.
I use a cyclone 172g for big S curves. I throw a slight an-hyzer and it turns back every time.
I use a LS Polaris 172g for good right turns and staight on drives when the Eagle won't work.
I use a special edition Super Roc 180g for long upshots. If I throw it just right I can get it to turn over when needed. It's a very good approach disc.
I have a beat up Banshee 170g that's unstable as hell, but it goes straight when thrown hard. Dont use it too much, works as a good tommahawk.
I use a Lightning Flying Fortress B-17 181g for a roller that goes over anything.
I have an Aviar putt and aproach 175g for straight approches and long putts.
Lastly, I have two Rhynos, one is 172g the other is 175g for almost all of my putts. Mainly I use the 175 more, I seem to control it better than the other. They go straight, nice and soft, good in the wind, and easy to throw.
keep golfin'

Posted on Friday, March 31, 2000 at 02:20
Russ Keith (
Eagle 170g Main driver
X2 172g When the Eagle just aint working
X clone 175g New, when I need the disc to hook left
Banshee 170g Beat, when I need the disc to hook right

Approach & Midrange:
Roc 178g gotta be within 200 feet, flies true
Whippet 175g between 200-300 feet
X clone 175g Beat, great for getting out of bad spots, fore hand and tomahawks

Magnet 174g I will also use for approaches, nothing flies as true as a magnet

Posted on Thursday, March 30, 2000 at 01:09
Dr. Mac (
I want to learn to play golf. How can I learn which club to use for particular distance on the course?

Posted on Tuesday, March 28, 2000 at 23:18
Dr. Mac (
I want to learn to play golf. How can I learn which club to use for particular distance on the course?

Posted on Tuesday, March 28, 2000 at 23:18
Joey Covington(WA) (
Currently have one years' worth of pain and pleasure to reflect upon...
this sport has saved my sanity and holds many sanctimonious moments.
Our local pro reaps my fortunes as my cash has been spent searching for magical discs...
I was christened with a 170g. Shark...(cracked and retired)
Fell in love with Discraft...etc.,etc.
graduated to the likes of Innova and Ching.
CHING Bomb(s)- 171,172,172,174
INNOVA Teebird - 171,172,173,174
INNOVA Shark - 174(Beginner, I know, but i can count on this one and do almost anything with it!)
DISCRAFT APX - 171,174 (Try it...need i say more)
DISCRAFT APX - Hmmmmmm.....say wha???!!! It really compliments the player.
RUBBER PUTTER - 173 a stick in mud!!!!

There are so much more...
seems my bag/stock grew from one to thirty in days, then I matured as a player and am blessed to be in such good company at our INCREDIBLE course here in the great NW...Fort Steilacoom Park, WA. Thanks Gary Meyers...I've rekindled the love...
DISCNUTITIS-never a cure, for this is much too pure!!!
Huck out!!!

Posted on Monday, March 27, 2000 at 13:43
Dave Wilson (
1)Innova Eagle, 174 , white, strong stable hyzer

2)Innova Roc, 167g, white, nice and predictable

3)Innova Aviar AP, 175g, feels right in my hand and sticks well

4)Innova Rhyno, 172g, yellow, short approaches and putting in wind

5)Innova Leopard SE, 172g, yellow, long turnover drives

6)Innova Sting Ray, 175g, red, short turnover drives and rollers

7)Misc. discs include Innova Cheetah, Cobra, soft Rhyno, 180g I-Dye Roc, 175g I-Dye KC Eagle

8)Current mini is heavy white Innova with stamp

9)Bag is Wall City Mega Cube; holds 14 discs and 4 beers!

Posted on Sunday, March 26, 2000 at 07:31
ryan m bethell (
gateway sports disc are what i carry an apache driver,sabre,and blaze then for now because the wizard isnt out yet i throw a discraft magnet

Posted on Friday, March 24, 2000 at 22:24
Bob Klomparens (
I carry a large Sky South bag.

2 Whamo Voyagers
172g, For straight,slight hyzer and an-hyzer, 150 to 250 ft.
174g, For straight and an-hyzer, 250 to 350 ft.

1 Banshee-175g, For big hyzers 200 to 300 ft., forhand an-hyzers and forehand rollers.

1 Ram-179g, For short hyzers, forehand an-hyzers and forhand rollers. Good approach disc on extremely windy days.

1 Rhyno-174g, For forearm and forehand approach shots to 200 ft.
Also used as putter on windy day.

1 Whamo 86 Softie-174g, Putting.

Posted on Friday, March 24, 2000 at 15:58
Ed Glatt (
Tee Bird Straight goes far 320-380
K.C Roc Stable mid
K.C Aviar Stable Short driver, mid putter
K.C Eagle Great into the wind overstable
Cheetah long/fast anheysers
K.C Whippet fast/short heysers good also on trouble shots
Omega SS for high risk putting because its so soft

Posted on Friday, March 24, 2000 at 11:02
brock mali (
omega ap for putting...
aviar for approaches,
stingrays for right turns, and the mighty eagle for long
disc golf maui rocks! see ya in michigan, i hope the courses are nice.

Posted on Friday, March 24, 2000 at 00:35
Zak Brown (
Fly-Dye X2: Rainbow Colors Ooooooooooh. The best darn disk out there for the forehand throw. I've thrown my best drives with this disk.

Fly-Dye XL: Cool Brown and yellow pattern. Great backhand disk, very predicable hyser.

Fly-Dye LS: Another rainbow pattern Ooooooh. Havn't quite figured this disk out yet. It mostly has hit water or trees for me so far.

Fly-Dye APX: Swirled Green and Brown pattern. Nothing but Chain.

KC Eagle: White. Boring. Flies well, hysers.

Cyclone: Purple. Flies low and flat when thrown forehand. Great under the canopy at Oak Grove.

Shark: Orange with a big "420" sticker on it. One of my first disks, still does it all.

Slice: Banana Colored. Great for the occasional chip shot or putt where a right side approach isn't possible.

Posted on Tuesday, March 21, 2000 at 00:42
Sean McGlothlen (
I know I just put up an entry, but I got a two new discs, and I'll do this better.
Cyclone - Pink, 173 g; Longest driver, and currently my main driver. Fades a little at the end, but when thrown right, will go a long, long way.
X2 - Orange, 173 g; Good long distance overstable driver. Has a lot more fade at the end of it's flight than the Cyclone, but feels the same in your hand.
Cheetah - Orange, 172 g; No matter what people say, the best understable disc on the market. When thrown flat, this disc will go far to the right and you don't have to know anhyzer to throw it.
Gazelle - Blue, 175 g; Very long driver. I use it for long mid-range shots, but a good long range driver too.
Eagle - White (First Run), 164 g; I found this disc, and don't like it too much. I end up throwing it anhyzer when I don't want to.
Hammer - White, 180 g; Traded a 150 Class Gazelle for it. I like it for turnover and drop shots. Haven't been able to roll it very well yet.
Classic Roc - Yellow, 174 g; Very straight, controlled mid-range disc. Thrown flat and low, will go a long ways, then fade a little bit at the end of it's flight.
Puma - White (First Run), 169 g; I'm mad at my Puma right now. Something about it affects my throw, but when I'm not mad at it I use it for short approach shots because of the fade at the end.
XD - Green, 162 g; Feels sort of like an APX but doesn't fly as far, and I don't use it for putts. I used to, but it goes too far.
Thumbtrac Birdie - Blue, 175 g; I like this putter. It flies good and drops right on line.
Special Edition Soft Rhyno - Blue, 173 g; My favorite putter. Got it today, and flies excellently. Sticks to the chains very well, and can be used for those long shots too.
Other Stuff:
Bag - An old duffel bag. Will hold probably 25-30 discs, but I only have 11.
Towel - Self explanitory.
Jacket - Once again, self explanitory.

Well, that's all. I got two new discs today, and I thought I would let everyone know.

Posted on Monday, March 20, 2000 at 21:24
Sean McGlothlen (
I currently have 10 discs in my bag.
Polaris LS-Very straight, controlled flight. Thrown very, very long distances.
X2-Feels like a Cyclone in your hand, but is much more overstable. Gives you the distance you need, plus the curve at the end.
Cyclone-Farthest flying driver I carry, however NOT good for a beginnner. I learned that the hard way.
Gazelle-First driver. Very beginner friendly, and can be thrown very far with a nice dive at the end.
Eagle-Haven't used this disc much, however, it feels and flies very similar to a Gazelle.
Mid Range:
Classic Roc-One of the straightest flying discs around. Can be thrown anhyzer and will come back to a straight flight.
Hammer-Very good for over obstacle shots to drop right by the hole. Will also roll a long, long way.
Puma-Good mid-range driver that has a lot of fade at the end of it's flight. Very good approach disc.
XD-Smaller version of the AVIAR. This is a very, very accurate disc that will stick to the chains for those long putts.
Thumbtrac Birdie-Good, good putter. Will hold it's line and drop straight. With this disc, yo
mark ely (hello my friend)

I have been playing abouta year and i am fairly decent. Iuse this combo to get me around th courses-cyc Posted on Monday, March 20, 2000 at 10:29
Dave Buffington (
my 3 favorite discs are my x-clone, and my rhino. i don't use a putter very often. I think the X-clone is the best sidearm disc out that i have used, are there any others that you recommend for sidearmers?

Posted on Wednesday, March 08, 2000 at 15:26
Van (
DRIVERS(250'): Banshee - Overstable
~170g XL, Eagle - Stable
Stratus, Leopard - Understable

MIDRANGE(150-250'): MRX - Overstable
~173g Roc - Stable
Wolf - Understable

PUTT&APPROACH(150'): Soft Rhyno - windy
~175g APX - calm

Posted on Monday, March 06, 2000 at 15:18
Bob Hayett (
Main Driver: Cheetah (KC Pro) White 172 grams (best distance)
Main Approach: Roc (KC Pro) White 179 grams (straight,stable)
Main Putter: Hard Magnet Blue 170 grams (very straight flight)
Other Favorite Drivers: #1 Driver Gray 177 grams (for long downhill drives) #1 Driver Red/Orange 163 grams (for uphill drives) #2 Flyer 162 grams Green (for low ceiling straight drives) Eagle 168 grams Orange (great long range glide shots)
Other favorite approach: #3 Slice 167 grams Glow (for anhyzer approach and short drives) #2 Hyzer 173 grams Yellow (for sharp hyzer approach shots)
Other favorite putters: Upshot 170 grams Orange (touch shots, soft plastic sticks in chains) Aviar Putt & Approach 168 grams Blue (Nice feel, flies straight)

Posted on Friday, March 03, 2000 at 22:12
Alex Neely ()
XL(170)- throw this on those wide open holes
JLS(172)- throw this anytime i need to keep it low or straight. If the 1.1 goes too far right for you I would recommend trying the 1.2.
XD(171)- Just got this sucker but I really like it. Flies straight and I use it for most upshots.
Birdie(175)- Nice goofy, straight flying putter. I putt with the XD if its windy, because the birdie becomes worthless.
I really need a bag.

Posted on Friday, March 03, 2000 at 00:02
Bill McCarty (
Presently my list is as follows:

Putters: I carry a heavy Blowfly 174g, which is not good in the wind, for the windy days I use either an Omega Super soft 173g, or an Aviar 174g. I also carry an Areo 179g,which I am still trying to master. A 171g APX & a 175g Rattler complete my putter inventory.

I like the Blowfly, as it says: "flip flat flies staight". The Omega is good into the wind with a low profile and rounded edge. If I am in a really difficult spot, the Rattler will turn anyway I need it to go, and "drop with a plop" close, if not in the basket.

Drivers: Depending on the shot, I carry Three Eagles from 148g to 170g, two Leopards 170g & 174g, two Cyclones 171g & 170, two LS's 168g & 170g. I also carry a JLS 170g. Two Eclipses at 175g each, a 166g Cheetah, a 174g Gazelle round out my drivers.

I have found the lighter plastic easire to control, as long as the wind is not too strong, and you can really snap them. To all the machos out there. . . try it, you'll like it! The leopards are a good turnover even when new, as our course (Tishomingo State Park) has only two left turns, a turnover is a must. I like the Eclipse as I can toss it nose down, and it will level out quite a ways out there, and THEN start turning over. Great for those hook shots on the end.

Approach: My gotta-have-it approach is a flat top ROC weighing in at 170g, followed by a 167g Classic ROC, a 168 KC ROC, two MRV's at 173g & 174g, and a 176g Cobra complete my approach discs.

My Flat top ROC is a dream, it will hold the line all the way to the end with very little fade. It has been responsible for several 160' plus second shots into the basket. I keep a lot of them around so I will not run out, and they sell like hotcakes too! Discrafts new MRV is a sweet disc. Even new it is easy to control, left, right, straight, it hold the line like it has eyes. It is rapidly becoming a required disc.

As far as what else I carry, I am always prepared, bandaides, tape, some high energy snacks, extra scorecards & pencils. A must, a PDGA rulebook! I carry several & give them away to all novices at tournaments I TD, it is a good start. I also market a fold up pocket koossie which fits nicely into you bag and can be called upon to keep your favorite beverage cold, even has "I'd Rather be DISC GOLFING" printed on it!

As I sell discs also, I have around 100 "backups" to the above and anything new that comes along to demo. I use a lot of Platypus plastic, nice stamps and good plastic (thanks Randy) I also do some custom hot stamp designs for our local course. Along with being a certified TD & promoting events, along with all the artwork and legwork that go alone with it, I keep pretty busy just doing disc golf. Love the sport, love the people, and just love bieng a part of it all.

If you ever get to Mississippi, look me up, let go throw a round. . . .

Posted on Thursday, March 02, 2000 at 09:01
For drivers I use 4 x-clones,1 blue,2 white,1 red.all of which are 175g. Also I use 2 xl's 175g for any thing over 400ft.
I use 3 midrange discs 1 light blue puma 1 dark blue puma both are 175g. Also 1 yellow wolf 175g.
Last my putters a 175g white aviar and a 171 avair.

I have a large selection of discs. For the most part what I have used the discs for at least two years.
Each time I go to a course I have discs to fit that course.

Posted on Wednesday, March 01, 2000 at 21:16
Lyle Weston ()
DRIVERS: Yellow 174g T-bird Helix flight Great distance
300 and shorter: Yellow 179g Super-Roc Fade left
Blue 180g Roc straight

APPROACH: Red 180g Hammer straight or right
Orange 172g Roc holds line you put it on.

PUTTER: White 175g Ching-Pirana Flies like a Wamo for me.

DISCS: X2's, EXTREME'S, and tring to learn an MRX.

Posted on Wednesday, March 01, 2000 at 12:23
Phlick (
Driver: White 169 Eagle Gold Innova First Run H/S
Up: White 167 Roc W/pink Classic H/S
Putt: Mill Omega 1.1 Orange putter

Liking the Eagles a lot. I'm a real sucker for the latest plastic, got the leopard, but like the eagles better. Nice float on the end. Also like X2's, Cyclones, and Cheetahs.

Rocs rule the up shots.

My omega putter is SUPER flimsey and beat to shit, sticks to the chains if it even gets close. Falls real flat.

Posted on Wednesday, March 01, 2000 at 01:36
Ralf Lippold (

I am a newcomer to discgolf and I like it a lot. Besides that I play Ultimate as well and the throwing practice during the discgolf rounds is pretty good for that. I haven't yet the power to throw this discs really far and for those starting the STRATUS seems to be first choice for the beginning. Right now I have four discs:

STRATUS - for direct drives and straight aproaches
RATTLER - for putting (almost outruled by the next two)
ROC KC-edition - great for approaches, especially sidearm
SHARK - good for curving approaches and also putting (you have to get used to it, but then it's great. Seems to be the most durable disc amongst the four).

A tip from a beginner: try SIDEARMS for drives, approachest.
166g #3 slice no distance control yet. it works.
172g cyclone2 if you tak Posted on Sunday, February 27, 2000 at 16:02
Byron Wood (
I was looking at my post from May 24,1999, and thought I would update.
Bag- Wall City Mega-Cube: couldn't ask for more
Drivers- 4 test-run JLS, all around 170g
They all go long, 2 turn right, 2 turn left- I pick the ones that I'm comfortable with that day. Great discs! The ones that turn right do so reliably and long.
2 XL's- not as long as the JLS, but predictable in wind.
Fly-Dye Cyclone- goes long with a pronounced left fade at the end.
Gazelle 169- Got that way cool Wings of Winter stamp from Tishomingo- long and straight, doesn't like wind.
Turnover/roller- Glo Stratus 172- I never threw rollers much until I got this disc- takes a lot of side-to-side room for me because it makes a large "S" to the right, but it gets me into the putting zone on holes I can't reach in the air. When I turn it over in the air, it just keeps going.
Mid-range- Glo MRX 172- Always fades left at the end, a great "touch" upshot disc. You can release with a lot of anhyzer, and it fights its way back to the left to put you under the basket. Good driver for anything around 200'.
Putter- Omega SS 174, good for anything under 30'.
APX 172, good for over 30', nice flat flight.
Others- Water, beer, smoking accessories, butt bag, trash (I leave the course cleaner than I found it)

Posted on Friday, February 25, 2000 at 21:54
craig gangloff (
1 - 1st run eagle 171g - very fast-goes far
1 - Gazelle 171g- for a long drive that'll flatten up and turn late in flight.
2- Proto Whippetts 170 & 173- 1 beat for rollers, 1 fresh for head wind drives. Also great for low ceiling, forehand, and skip shots.
1 - Metal Head Viper 172g - Very Flat, very stable - this disc laughs at the wind

Mid Range
2 - San Marino Rocs - both very flat, 1 purple/1Red, 172, 171g respectively. These discs do everything. Straight shots, turn left, turn right, great thumb rollers, or scooby, or backhand. Also great for the inflip (backand upside down).
1 - Original Roc 164g yellow - Awesome straight flyer - a little stable when thrown with hyzer, very versatile disc. I've got more aces with these than anything else
1 - MRX - White 170 - Fun disc, very Roc like, a little more stable, takes a beating well, good for shorter flick shots and skip shots.
2 - Beadless Aviars - peachy 165 beat, for driving just because, and for twisty shots in the woods. Purple 170 - dead straight disc - good off the tee - super dependable for upshots.

1 - Super Puppy 167 Dk Blue - A custom run of plastic (only 515 made) this is my main putter and is remarkably versatile.

1 - APX 170 1st run - Similar depth to the Pup, but has proven much better in windy conditions.

Miscellaneous Sometimes Discs
1 - San Marino Cobra 170Orange - I love these, but they keep breaking or getting lost. Excellent roller disc, great for late turning shots or for touch drives that need a little punch without a ton of spin.

1 - Aero - PatPend 170 Orange - This is the second disc I ever bought, and I still use it when I go to tight woodsy courses. This disc turns like crazy, and has 6 aces on it! I bought a bunch of aeros when I first started, thinking I'd need them, but 17 years later, I haven't finished with the first one yet!

Posted on Thursday, February 24, 2000 at 14:28
Rob Dalessandro (
My game ahs gone through some changes this past year, so my bag has had a high turnover of discs.
I was using a lot of the elite plastic from Discraft XL-X2-MRX, they broke in nice, but it seems I had a very short period of 'prime ' performance, they became understable so quickly after that. I'm sure a lot of this can be accredited to my desire to hack through trees with my discs.:)
Now, Ive moved into Innova plastics, EAGLE, BANSHEE, JLS.
My eagle has proved to be a very versitile disc, breaks right just enough.
For approach, my ROC. I seem to overthrow it more than anything else.
Been using OMEGA putters for about 2 years now, love 'em. Adjusting to the stiffeness due to the cold.
Been trying out a WOLF for awhile now, can't really crank this thing tho', it's got to be laid out there in an almost casual toss.
That's about it.

Posted on Thursday, February 24, 2000 at 11:45
Darrin Lee #13797 (
Right now as of since the ice bowl. Im throwing alot of new plastic and experimenting. I love this new plastic innova is coming out with right now. like the new editin leopards and tee birds. I cant believe how effortlessly you have to throw these discs.When I put too much on them they dont respond.when i just throw them relaxed and back off the power they fly forever.Im still wondering where they put the batteries in these things.Ha Ha they have added 50 t0 60 feet to my drives and im not having to work so hard and im not complaining about fatigue.My putters have stayed the same. I still putt and approach with omega ap and omega suppersoft 1.8 I carry a lightning tour bag,very durable. new edition leopard new edition tee-bird kc whippet kc gazzelle roc saber stratus a classic glow aero x2 omega ap omega supersoft x-clone kc eagle.But thats this week.Im open for suggestions and will always be searching for new plastic to throw.So much plastic and so little time.

Posted on Tuesday, February 22, 2000 at 21:23
Cyber Squirrel (
1 Stratus (175)
2 Ecllipse (17x)
1 Gazelle (169)
1 Soft Magnet (17x)
2 Hawks (gotta love them low 170s)
1 Shark (church brew works hot stamp)
1 Banshee (for my major Hyzer disc)
1 XL

Posted on Monday, February 21, 2000 at 19:46
Chricto (
For long range, I carry:

1 Lime Green Banshee (174)
1 Spider Web-Dyed XL (174)
1 Dyed Polaris LS (172)
1 White SE Leopard (172)
1 White JLS (170)
1 Yellow Cheetah (168)
1 Yellow Eagle (172)
1 Orange Cyclone (171)
1 Orange X-Clone (164)
1 Red Cyclone (171)

For mid-range, I use:

1 White Whippet (168)
1 Red Exp 1 (172)
1 Pink Aurora MS (169)
1 White XD (172)
1 Yellow Aviar (173)

And I have 4 Putters:

1 Yellow Aviar (173)
1 Orange Fusion Tank (173)
1 White XD (172)
1 Purple Omega SS (172)

Posted on Saturday, February 19, 2000 at 00:03
Doug Porter (
(6) X-Clones (175 grams) Six?! Well, the way I seeit each one can only be thrown three times before it starts flying like a Stingray so you've gotta keep an ample supply... Used for every shot over 300 feet.

(1) Blue X-Clone (175) Needed for throwing into the river at the end of your round.

(6) Aviar Putters (175) You've already got six X-Clones (the blue one doesn't count, its purpose being solely sacrificial) so it would be wrong to carry less than six aviars. Used for every shot under 300 feet.

(1) Roc (175) Hey, might as well be consistent on our weights... Used for those shots that fall between X-Clone and Aviar range.
Which is to say, exactly 300 feet.

(379) Jaguar (Weight irrelevant because they won't ever be thrown) These discs are crucial to your game. Why, you ask? Simple.
When you're on the edge of that 300 foot barrier and don't know whether to throw the X-Clone, Aviar, or Roc you simply place
each of your three hundred and seventy nine (point four-one-nine-oh-nine to be exact) Jaguars on the ground in a straight line between your lie and the basket. If they don't reach all the way, throw the X-Clone. If you have Jags to spare, throw the Aviar. If the last one nestles perfectly in, free the Roc from the slum that your bag has become.

(1) Pink Dolphin (weight irrelevant... not that you have much choice): For that ridiculous shot that makes you want to cry before you've even lined it up, you might as well throw a ridiculous disc.

Posted on Wednesday, February 09, 2000 at 13:02
Mark Singleton (
Polaris LS
Cyclone 172
Cyclone 174 (putter)
Stingray 168
Stingray 180
omega soft putter

Posted on Friday, February 04, 2000 at 00:31
Tatu Lehtinen (
I have played since 1984. Discs I use these days are made by Lightning. Here we go:

#1 Driver: Flyes 115-125 meters just like that. Great disc!

#3 Flyer: Very easy to throw. Flyes straight. I use this
for turnovers too.

#1 Hyzer: For long hyzer shots. Need big arm. Great for wind.

#2 Hyrez: For rollers. Try it.

Rubber Butter: The best putter. Do I have to say more?!

Posted on Tuesday, February 01, 2000 at 05:34
Scott "Solid Man" Faison (
My bag is a blue/teal Flight Bag.
For long range I use Eagles(171-173) or KC Eagles(173-174)
Mid range: Roc(178-180) but mainly KC Roc(180)
Approach: Magnets(174-175) and Aviars(172-175)
Putter: Orange Aviar(175)
I do carry Classis Cobras for turnovers and rollers,Stingray(roller),Bomb(Tomahawk and roller),Banshee,XL and one Polecat.
I am currently trying to sort the bag out for tournaments

Posted on Friday, January 28, 2000 at 23:38
Justin Romito (
for my primary drivers I use Discraft XL's usually 165 grams. I prefer them in white (something about the white plastic feels better when I throw them, they seem a little more flexible) I go through about 7 XL's every 6 months so it'a a little tough to keep track.
I also carry a JLS (170grams). I dont throw it much because it bruises the end of my finger. I carry an X2 (172grams) for short right hand turns. I carry a 179 gram TOC hotstamp viper. this thing is a tank, I only throw it out of the heavy woods. My putter is a 172 gram aviar and my roller is a 183 gram jaguar (possibly the least useful disc ever made).I also carry a Dolphin in UV plastic only to judge the sunscreen factor in the summer. My bag also contains an innova mini, some change, a roll of cloth tape (for the bruised fingers) and a pair of Hanes her way panties (size 6 powder blue) those wound up there after a night of heavy drinking. oh yea, and a pocket knife (to cut the cloth tape).

Posted on Wednesday, January 19, 2000 at 22:30
Alan "Sugar" Schack (
Well I carrie a Gateway Touring Golf bag.
Since the SE T-bird / Se Eagles are the Main drivers
For the ever popular Horcing Hyzer I use the New Wippit-X,or the relliable Banchee.
Now my goto disc's these are My Roc's inwhich at any given time I could be carring from 4 to 8 of them depending on the course.
Now for the bread & Butter disc's, THe trusty old Aviar.
Oh Ican't forget about the Putter I use the Thumb-Trac Birde

Posted on Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 00:02
Dave H (
I carry the new REVOLUTION TEAM Bag with about 12 discs. Most are easily identified by the REVOLUTION "Ray" design on the top. They all look kind of the same so only I know what I'm throwing!


New CHING Bomb
Beat Cheetah
Slightly Beat Banshee

Mid Range:

Stingray - a must-throw for lefties!

Short Range:

CHING Tank - the hard-plate variety
Really Beat Factor 4 Aviar Putter


Max Weight Viper for forehand rollers
Beat KC Cheetah for backhand rollers


2 Aviar putters - These discs are exactly the same and I use them both equally - but only for putting!

Posted on Friday, January 14, 2000 at 12:54
phildo ( )
im new to the game also i find myself using these the most !
shark for driving and sometimes my eagle
omega approach/putter for short to mid range
and a aviar putter
i have around 18 discs but those i use most and those i feal the best with .

Posted on Friday, January 14, 2000 at 08:38
Bo (Denmark) (
Driver: XL - stable
Mid range: Cobra - understable
Omega AP - soft putter
Pencil + scorecard (and my latest results - to compare with)
(plus my 2 year old child and my wife!)

Posted on Friday, January 14, 2000 at 04:17
Mike (
Just started playing a few month's ago, and still have lots to learn. Am 43, so I don't throw any of those 400 footers - yet!
All the courses up here in the Charlotte area are like playing in the forest to me so direction means more to me than distance. I have about 15 disks that I carry, still looking for the super sweetie that will stay straight.
For drives I use
Wolf 180 (purple) Goes pretty straight with a little right at the end
Cheetah 182 (orange) Straight with a little left at finish
Scorpion 178 (orange) Straigh and a little left at finish
Mid-range disks I will use the Stingray 174 (yellow) nice flying with a little left at the end. Most of my drives end up just in the trees to the left leaving me with a hard left approach shot. I have a bag full of hard left disks (must be the way I'm throwing 'em) My LS Polaris 175 and 149 (both yellow)will really boogie to the left and I like the 149 for those approach shots where the basket is on a hill and I can't afford to be too long. The 149 really sticks when it hits the ground. I stay away from my only white disk (Scorpion 148) because that mother is tough to find. Seems like all my disks in the 150 range now go to the right really bad, again it must be the way I'm throwing them.
Other items in my bag include-
Paper to keep score with
Beer (full)
Beer cans (finished)
Cig butts
Plastic bag to keep the beer oose and cig stink off the disks
Water (for when the beer runs out)
QUOTE- Pick-up someone else's trash who doesn't know any better

Posted on Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 04:11
Gary Crowley (
For drivers I use:
Cyclone 2
Teebird (Special Edition Plastic)
For approch shots I use
HD Hawk
For putting I use
I also carry in my bag
Bottle of water
Rule book
Extra discs in case I lose any
Snacks if playing most of the day
Mini marker disc
Plastic bag for picking up litter during first round

Posted on Wednesday, January 05, 2000 at 13:18
wwworker (

(Many of these I have more than 1-- ranging from new & overstable to old and understable)

Posted on Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 13:15
Terry (
1 Omega Super Soft
1 Aviar Putt & Approach
3 Vipers
1 Cobra
1 Cheetah
2 Sharks
1 Hammerhead
1 Polaris "LS"
1 #1 Driver by Lightning
1 Towel
1 Water Bottle (Gatoraide)
1 Marker

Posted on Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 19:08

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