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Just watched a video of Nate Doss talking about keeping your bag simple. How much plastic is too much?

Here's what I carry:

1 Excalibur Headwind distance and big hyzers.
2 Wraiths Normal condition/tailwind distance.
1 new Predator. Headwind control driver and control hyzers.
2 TeeBirds. Everything driver. One stable, one kinda beat.
1 Beat Orc. Former main driver is now my headwind roller.
1 Monarch Distance roller, long turnovers.
1 beat XS. Strong tailwind roller, controlled turnovers.
1 Flick exclusively for thumbers since I like keeping my Pred stable.

1 Champion Shark. Stable midrange.
1 Beat Glow Roc Turnover midrange--soon to be replaced by DX Shark.

1 soft Wizard--main putter
1 glow Wizard holds a turnover better.

I also want to replace the champion Rhyno that I lost and add an overstable midrange--discraft needs to release an ESP drone : ) I have also been toying with the idea of adding a fairway driver like a TL, Leopard, Impact, or XL. I'd probably still be carrying a Rhyno and XL If I hadn't lost them this summer. Both were ace discs : (

It seems like I'm carrying a lot of different molds, but taking anything out of my bag seems to leave a hole in my repertoire of shots.

What do you guys (and gals) think? What do you throw, and how do you find a balance between keeping it simple and having a disc for every shot?

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14 in a small Revolution Bag , 18 on my Golf Cart !!!
Supersoft Wizard
Star Cro
FLX Buzz
ESP Buzz x 2
KC Roc
Star Teerex
Star Excal
Pro Destroyer x 2
KC Pro Whippet
Star Firebird
Champ Sidewinder
Champ Monarch
SS Surge FLX
Roadrunner for long distance rollers and flat tunnel shots
Archangel for shorter tunnel shots
Sidewinder another good turn over disc
Star Teebird L for straight flat drives with very little fade
Valkyrie is my multipurpose long distance driver and roller, flex shots, hyzers, anhyzers
Star Firebird L for my forehand drives
Tee Rex for fast forehand drives
Eagle short distance fairway drives
ROC for multipurpose approach shots and some long putts
Buzz for flat straight approach shots almost no fade
Shark for multipurpose approach shots with less fade than ROC
KC Pro Aviar for putting inside 30
Aviar Putt and approach putting inside 30
X Putt'r for my straight short putts
Rattler I am still trying to figure out why this one tends to release alot later than all my other putters when I throw it with a fan grip. It seems to always go a little more to the right on release.
1) Proto Star Domey Echo Xcaliber. Very Overstable Forehand driver.
2) Regular Star Stamp Echo Flat Xcaliber Workhorse Forehand Overstable driver
3) Proto Star Destroyer Backhand Workhorse driver
4) Warped Proto Star Destroyer Flips like crazy
5&6) CE TeeBird/TL Combo for fairway Shots
7&8) Buzz/Wasp combo for midrange
9&10) Gateway Voodoo Putters in various softnesses Trying out a beadless putter used to use the Rhyno

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