Originally Posted by sillybizz
And nothing for anyhyzer, unless he throws the Destroyers sidearm or something. Also throws a gator, pig and a rhyno, why do you need all three of these?
I have 3 175 Eco Star destroyers all in different states of wear. One is really flippy, one in the middle and one is pretty overstable. I have two 175 champ destroyers that to honest with you are in my bag because they are bright orange and very easy to see. There are few holes on our courses that are very easy to lose plastic in the grass (long bunch grass)on. One of the destroyers is very beat up for champ and the other is fairly new. My 175 xcalibur is my most overstable driver and I use it for 375-400 foot outside hyzers and strong headwinds.
The CE gator in my opinion is the most predictable midrange I've ever thrown. It's also great for sidearm approaches where you've got room to outside. I have a second because I throw it on any hole I might have a chance of losing or damaging my CE (one of courses has holes on a fairly nasty cliff face and the rest of the course is very sharp rock all around).
My pig is used mainly for flick approaches and headwind putting and my rhyno for approach shots where I'm not 100% comfortable with my aviar. The rhyno and putter do cross over a bit but I've got for it in the bag so why not.
As for left to right I'll usually throw a sidearm or force a turnover (which I know is bad technique). We used to have thick wooded courses here but then this nasty bug called the pine beetle devistated our courses. 90% of the trees died and it open for hyzers on 75% of the holes. I'm trying to force myself to throw more turnovers and straight shots in prep for my week in Oregon in May, but it's hard when up and right gets you there on almost every hole.
Also while I'm not him, and it's not an excuse when I played with Feldberg he had 11 destroyers and 3 xcaliburs in his bag lol. Also the 9 rocs and 6 eagles. That's a tad overboard. Maybe. But he throws most of them.