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Just wondering what everyone's favorite drivers, mid's and putters are? About how many discs do you carry with you on average?

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166 Champ Valkyrie
150 Champ Valkyrie
170 CE Eagle
168 DX Tee-bird
180 KC Pro Roc
171 KC Pro Aviar

As I stretch out my Nutsac, I will be able to fit one more disc...It will be either a 177+ FLX Buzzz or a 180 Star Mako
My driver is my 173gr ESP Crush, Mid would have to be my 178 E Element, and my putter is an 173-174gr X Putt'r.

The number of discs I carry is dependent on either the course I play at or if it is a big tourney/new course.

I carry 12 discs in my Fade Crunch box, 5 drivers 5 mids and two putters (one of which is really used as a short forehand approach disc). In my Tourney bag I carry 21 discs. 3 really over stable drivers, 4 max distance drivers, 3 utility drivers and 1 under stable driver, 1 really over stable mid, 2 moderately overstable mids, 2 neutral mids, and 1 understable mid, 1 putter for 35' and closer, the same putter in a different plastic and slightly heavier for longer putts, 1 slightly overstable putter for dangerous holes and as bag filler (I don't like my discs leaning over in the bag), and 1 really over stable putter for short approaches and forehand touch shots/drives.
I carry mostly Innova but that's what I started with so it's most comfortable to me. I've collected some along the way and it's hard to get rid of some even though I don't use them as much as most others.

In my bag is:
Destroyers (long distance right to left)
Some Beat up Champion Beasts ( distance left to righty's )
ProLine DGA Rogue ( long,straight,fast & reliable disc )
Both DX and 12x KC Pro Rocs ( different states of wear )
Valkyrie ( another straight flier with great glide )
Champion Leopard ( currently working in but don't use it much )
3 same weight KC Pro Aviars ( for consistent putting practice )
Some lighter DX Aviars ( for further out long range putts )
..and a DX Hydra ( just can't get rid of her )
Got a Meteor for trade/sale...
173 EcoStar Groove (favorite)
175 Star XCal (wind, hyzer forehand)
175 EchoStar Wraith
170 Star FL (easiest to control)
172 Star Sidewinder
175 CFR Whippet-X (does the same thing every time)
171 Star Spider (everything I need in a midrange)
Putt & Approach
167 Glow Aviar (go-to except into wind; also use as <200 approach)
175 Star Aviar (been switching between RW-Pro Aviar because the Star material is strangely too flippy-floppy for my preference)
Fade Gear Tournament Bag
3-Pro Wraith (175g)
1-Champ Starfire (168g)
2-Star SL (171g)
2-Champ Valkyrie (171g & 172g)
2-Champ TeeBird (170g & 174g)

2-Star Skeeter (175g)

3-Star Aero (180g)

I'm looking to get a Champ Shark for a stable mid-range for those FH shots into the basket, so that would put me at 16 discs for the bag.
favorite driver: 169g champion sidewinder/174g avengerss
favorite fairway driver: 172g beatup dx leapord (long approach shots)
favorite mid: 175g star coyote
favorite putter: 172g dx shark (for whatever reason it works great for me)
I just got a new bag for christmas (innova deluxe) so i'm carrying about 15-18 discs
I order my bag by color, so let me go with that:

KC Roc
Super Roc - 04 worlds fundraiser
Polaris LS - good condition, for stable rollers
Polaris LS - beat up some, for turnover rollers
Omega SS - backup putter

Champion Boss
Star Boss


Omega SS putter
glow 89 Circular Skies SM Roc

CE Valk - 150 class
Champ Orc

CE Aero
RPro Boss - 150 class

Champ Aero
RPro Boss - 150 class
Star Aviar - X out

I sort my bag by color so I can remember how many discs I have. I usually do a quick count - 5 white, 11 colored - then check once in awhile to see if the numbers still jive.
170 pro boss
171 opto halo
168 gold line halo
171 esp surge
172 gold line striker
172 champ valk
171 & 174 ce leopard
172 pro leopard
172 opto trident
180 2006 champ roc
177 2006 sb roc
180 dx flat top roc(newish)
180 flat top roc (beat)
174 flx challenger
174 soft x challenger
Orc star , destroyers pro ,11 kc pro eagle, 11x champ eagles, 11x kc firebird super flat , teebirds champ and star, kc pro whippet , star whippet , champion glow whippet, pro tl, leopard champ, star roc, kc pro roc, 12x kc pro avair, black 12x kcpro avair, 11x kcpro avair
I use the avenger on hole 12 at my course. I use it for a hard left shot even though its not meant for that. sometimes you have to manipulate a disc to work how you want it to. Bottom line is that the avenger is a understable disc that packs a punch if you us it the right way..enjoy!
i've got 15 or so discs
drivers: 2 champion eagles, champion firebird, Star desrtoyer, Surge, Proline PGA rouge, Tracker, Champion beast, Champion Monarch, pro wraith
mid-range-Champion Coyote, star skeeter, Champion Shark
putters- classic roc, pro dart

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