cfair wrote:1) I like your avatar.
2) If you would like a stiff putter the obvious choice is KC Aviars. But you could also try a soft Wizard, or ProD Challenger. If you want to try a shallow version of those discs the ProD Ringer is a nice choice. If you don't want a beaded putter you could give a Soft or Firm Magic a try (don't let gateway's names fool you Soft isn't that soft, and Super Softs are just kinda soft...)
3) I've had something of a similar issue with my mids and drivers... I can crank on some mids... but the nose up issues I have kill my drivers. I am attempting to fix this with just a ProD Cyclone for a while and a Pro Leo. The cyclone because it is a very mid like driver and the leo because it is praised by so many...
4) Skip the archangel and Kite. But a DX 167-170g Leo would be just fine.
cfair wrote:dude if you can go to GGGT see if blake is there and if not ask the people there for advice on transitioning from mids to fairways. I'm sure they could help you.
tgm wrote:I'd say get a teebird (maybe a pd). I used a teebird for my fairway/distance driver for most of last season stepping down from the ultra speed discs. I improved a lot in distance (accuracy is still a problem). I also throw an ESP cyclone a lot but the teebird can go quite a ways with a good throw and I think it's a pretty forgiving disc, long and straight.
burt21 wrote:even though it might be like a valkyrie you might want to try a flat star sidewinder. How far do you throw your mids, fairway drivers, drivers. I personally throw mids up to 330 and use star tl's for anything longer. a light sidewinder could get you a lot more distance because it will turn and flex out for you, you can also throw it with a hyzer and flip it over, it wont be too nose up sensitive which could help you. If you get comfortable with that you could also try a champ orc, those helped me a lot learning distance, i couldn't believe how far they were going when i walked up to them.
tgm wrote:pd as in discmania power driver. It's my current distance driver. I went with the p-line pd and they're great. A bit faster and longer than I throw the teebird and it just seems to glide like a buzzz. After the first couple throws I was sold on it. I still throw the teebird quite a bit but on the long holes it's an easy grab for the pd. I use a slightly worn dx teebird now as my workhorse driver and the cyclone when I need some shaped lines (I'm also trying the eagle now too).
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