Hoping to get some opinions on whether I'm missing anything or not. Living in Iowa we get more than our fare share of wind in the spring and summer so I don't have many understable discs but instead rely on beat up stable discs. Using Google Earth I did my best to measure my Destroyers out to about 450 to 470 earlier this week. PDs getting out to around 375-400. Firebirds between 290 and 325 (height dependent) Rocs out to about 325. Wizards up to 300ish with no ceiling. All of these distances are golf lines (flat or hyzer release, no flex shots) on relatively flat ground without any wind to speak of. I have finally figured out how to keep the nose down on my drivers recently so my max distance has shot up nearly 50 feet in the last few weeks
KC Aviars x3: main putter, backup, and a fresh one for stable drives and approaches
S Wizard: longer putter drives, more comfortable to throw hard than the aviars for me.
KC Rocs x3-5: majority of mid duties from overstable to turnover
Z Comet: understable/touch shots
Champ Eagle X: line shaping, low hyzer-flips that finish straight, distances between Rocs and PDs until I get comfortable powering down the PD
P PD: flat and flippy. longer hyzer-flips than the eagle, turnover drives. Wanting to work another in once I get this one a little flippier
C PD: flat/sweeping hyzers, love the stability and firmness of the Big D C line. great wind fighter
11x Firebird: low, hard hyzers or skip shots, get out of trouble utility as well. wind fighter
Glow Champ Firebird: mega winds and spikes
Echo Star Destroyers x2: one newer, one pretty used but relatively interchangeable
P PD2: beating into a big tailwind bomber
COMING SOON: C PD2: hoping this will be a longer C PD for me.
Let me know if I have any holes or tons of overlap.