When you start, do not get a distance driver. I suggest using only a putter and a mid-range or two. So many new players focus so much on the power of throwing far, but if you master the mids and putters, you will go far.
Too many to list.
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Hyzer flip for miles. My go-to driver in calm conditions. I bag four of them.
I carry three of these in different wears. Not as flippy as you would think, these are great for woods, tight shots, tailwind and down hill bombs.
Amazing disc!!! For me they are the perfect disc that falls between my Vandals and my Getaways. Always finishes left (RHBH) for me.
My go-to when I need a headwind disc for 250-300' or if I need a dependable spike hyzer to get down to the pin fast.
Still pretty new to my bag. Using this for short and simple spike hyzers that may be a little out of the reach of my Verdict. Once this one beats in, I think it will be great for straight shorter shots that I can have more trust with in the woods.
My go to midrange because it goes wherever I throw it. This disc has probably gotten me more birdies than any other disc in my bag.
I have at least two of these. Super dependable spike hyzers, something to go perfectly straight into a head wind and even short forehands. I reach for this all the time.
When I want a slow 250' hyzer flip to keep turning right and finish flat.
Putting putter always predictable and if it ever misses, it is not the discs fault.
Great for longer anny putts or those putts where you are right behind a tree with no other choice but a big floating anny. It holds the anny line perfectly and flattens out just at the right time. This is huge utility disc for me.