You should start out with a few discs and get very used to those discs. You want to be able to trust them when you throw them. Once you learn those discs, you can move on to different discs which might give you a little bit more distance. And always have fun and enjoy disc golf.
Most Memorable Moment
When I dropped in my putt to win my first World Championship in Kalamazoo, Michigan in the ten and under division.
What Separates Team Dynamic Discs?
The people around Dynamic Discs are awesome. They are super welcoming and supportive.
In The Bag
Latitude 64 Opto Air Bolt
I use them for a distance shot that flips a little and then comes back out.
Dynamic Discs Lucid Air Freedom
I use them for distance shots that I want to go left but not as quick as a Giant.
Dynamic Discs Lucid Air Breakout
I use them for shots that I can put a hyzer on and then have them flip up and go slightly to the right.
Latitude 64 Opto Air Saint Pro
I use them for shots that I want to go straight and then have a left turn at the end.
Latitude 64 Opto Air River
I use them for shots that I need to go straight 80% of the flight and then go left at the end.