Practice throwing your putters 200+ ft on a straight line. Start with slower, more neutral drivers. The more you stay in the fairway, the better you are going to score.
My first B-tier win at the 2010 Doo Dah Open in a playoff against out of towner Coda Hatfield. It was maybe my third tournament as an Open player. The whole gallery celebrated after I made the winning putt.
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I carry at least 3 at all times. My go-to driver for big hyzers, long distance flex shots, and distance rollers.
For long drives when I need a little more turn on the shot. Also used for shots that require a hyzer flip.
This is such a fun disc to throw. I use this for long shots where I need the disc to turn late in its flight. It is also great for straight shots when you have a strong tail wind.
Used for controlled flex shots and hyzers. Not as overstable as the Criminal. I also find it useful for straighter control shots in a head wind.
One of the best roller discs on the market. Slow enough to control and stable enough to get some good distance.
If I can't figure out how to tackle a shot that needs to finish right, I pull out my Witness and watch it roll. A fun, and useful, toy to have in the bag.
I consider this my pitching wedge. Very reliable and accurate when you’re within 300' of the basket.
When I need to be sure the disc will fade at the end of its flight.
Great for upshots in any weather conditions. Slow, reliable, consistent, stops on a dime when it hits the ground next to the basket. GET A SUSPECT!
One of my most thrown discs. Similar to the soft version, but I find the hard to be slightly faster and straighter. GET A SUSPECT!
I throw these all over the course. Has a straight predictable flight and enough stability to hold up to high speeds. I can’t say enough about this disc. Did I mention it is also fantastic for putting?