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It's still early in the season for Colorado disc golf ... we're getting snow right now.
Here's my mixed bag lineup so far:
Voodoo S: jump putts, straight-turnover putter
Wizards S/E: push putt, overstable putter
Elements S/E: straight-turnover midrange
Warriors S/E: overstable midrange
Assassins: Fairway to long driver, turnover driver
Wraith/Beast/new Gateway proto "apex?": Long range driver
I'll be adding a Sabre, R-Pro Boss, and Groove soon.
Our local course is still set up short for winter play ... once it goes long I'll be adding a few discs to the list.
I'm finding the new E Warriors are so overstable I don't need to carry a Gator/Demon type mold yet.
This is the second time I've tried a mixed bag of Gateway and Innova discs. I'm finding the latest putter/midrange discs from Gateway are far better than they were the first time around. I hear people tell me after i throw them "looks like you have a lot of confidence in that disc" ... I think that says it all.
I'm not set on throwing one manufacturers disc, I'm not sponsored. I have complete and excellent bags of Discraft, Innova and I'm working on Gateway. I don't have access to a disc golf store here in CO ... so it makes it difficult to "test" Gateway drivers. I have a lot of confidence throwing Innova drivers, and similar confidence in Discraft drivers ... but then, I've spent too much money over the years buying, trying and then selling what I don't like.
I've tested the newest Gateway long distance driver (the Apex?), and I like it. Dave said they ran one with, one without, a small bead and changed the nose a bit. I'll be looking for a few of these to test. I found it to be very similar to the Wraith/Beast, and those are my current long distance drivers.
Ummm.... How big is that bag?????????