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What is your "must have" disc for your home course????

My Firebird's and my BUZZZ's

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San Marino Roc.

Driver. Midrange. Putter.

Lat. 64 gold line core! Period!
star mako no question about it, i've never played with a disc that does exactly what you tell it to like this one does
Right now, Valley View is the only course open that is in good enough shape to play in so this is my temporary home course. Anyone who has played this course knows that most holes can easily be played with a putter. so right now i have to go my with my pro rhyno.

Otherwise, once the summer comes around again, Dretzka will become my home course in which case all forms of the teebird are dominant.
I agree, the star mako is a wonderful disc. If you're throwing 20' or 250', it doesnt matter. It does what you tell it to do.
Drivers- Teebird, Valk
Mids- comet buzz
putter- avair
Champion Eagle and the famed Classic Roc
The flx is alright. I love my cryztal. i wont play without my buzzz.
At Cal Young park in Abilene Tx.Mine would have to be my beat up star wraith,my star gator and my really really soft jk pro aviar.
esp comet
one of my proline Aftershocks, I use to throw Buzz's but then I discovered the aftershock, plays like a Buzz but a little better
My must haves for any course would be my star destroyers and my wizard.

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