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I think I will name her Pinkie. My hubby bought me a 171 champ spider during the Doo Dah and day two went fabulous! she held her lines with just the right amount of fade at the end. I was impressed with the amount of control I had with a brand new disc, minimal errant shots. I did hit one tree eight foot in front of me, but I'm guessing she just wanted a little breaking in action. I was still able to use the old tie dye 166 for a sweet 90 ft putt to save par, so there is plenty of room in my bag for both, as if I don't always have at least two spiders in my bag anyways. I did manage to chuck the third wheel into the Little Arkansas, but that X out with the bubble in the rim was not doing me any good anyways; she didn't even fly like a spider. As for Pinkie, I was able to backhand, sidearm, and scooby shot her right up to the basket. Oh Pinkie, you complete me...

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Comment by Tom J on June 11, 2010 at 9:17am
I use the older DX spiders and have always up-shot and putted with them. I've stockpiled them so I don't run out of them even. I might know 1 or 2 others that have one in their bag, but I'm probably the one known for it around our course.... Wouldn't leave home without 'em, great versatile discs! It's in the pic too...

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