black udder wrote:do you drive with your putters? If so, I'd recommend one for putting only. Looks like you have one for straight to hyzer and one for straight to anhyzer throws.
If you like that Teebird, I'd also suggest a 150g Star. Unless the courses you play on are totally open and really, really windy, it's a great disc. They beat in slowly to a wonderful hyzer flip disc and last for a long time. Plus, at 150g, you'll get some good glide out of them and they won't hyzer like crazy like a 160+ teebird does when new.
Also, while a Comet isn't for everybody, it's a great complement for a Roc.
garublador wrote:It's not too early to get good at spike hyzers with overstable discs.
It's not always a matter of needing a spike hyzer. Once you get good at them it's a line you'll be looking for first. You'll be wanting a spike hyzer.Puddleduck wrote:That looks like a very solid bag, I'll probably use something very similar when I carry more discs. I'll play around with my Whippet another try in field practice, but the courses I play tend to be wooded and not too windy. And I don't often find myself needing a spike hyser (although there is this one hole ...)
garublador wrote:It's not always a matter of needing a spike hyzer. Once you get good at them it's a line you'll be looking for first. You'll be wanting a spike hyzer.
FWIW, I'm in favor of leaving out the Teebird for now. It may gain you a little distance into the wind, but you'll be better off in the long run learning to control your Gazelle instead.
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