Find the disc that works for you. A lot of people that start out tend to throw disc that are over stable making it harder for them to throw and not getting the true flight out of the disc.
Traveling to Finland and playing the Tynni! Meeting everyone and learning how they do things in there country was an amazing opportunity and won't be the last time i go for sure!
Being around disc golf for over 10 years. You learn a lot and hear a lot from everyone rather it be pros or just normal disc golfers. But the thing that separates DD from everyone else is the fact they treat each and every single person as they are family. When you join the team you're not just part of a team you're part of a great supportive family.
For very straight shots that can still fight the wind but have a nice left finish at the end.
Gatekeeper Is becoming a go to for me. Really straight and still can fight the wind a little bit but hold the straight flight the whole way.
My favorite mid. Under stable but still able to get the disc on hyzer flips and holds anhyzer lines. Also goes really far and a really good beginner disc.
Deputy has been my go to putter for awhile. It's also a great beginner putter. Has tons of glide and they have more of a left finish instead of a right. I use deputies because I'm not force to put extra spin or power on the disc instead i let the putter do the work for me and i just focus on making the adjustments rather its the wind or how far I'm out.
Harps i use for upshot only. It's became a staple in my bag for sure. Mainly anything from 100-250 out i will use a harp. It doesn't have much glide and also the softer plastic sticks to the ground. I carry one hybrid and one Origio plastic. Depending on the approach if its a fast greet i will throw the soft to hope to slow down and land by the basket. But if its all grass most likely throwing the hybrid to get a little skip after.