Nick M wrote:I think you will like the Buzz. A new player who is a friend of mine was using a Skeeter and Breeze he got used, I made him buy a Buzz today. He wasn't good with the mids before and didn't use them much. Right from the start he was working the Buzz very nicely and shaping nice lines. It was instant love and this will probably become his main disc. I think you will be fine with the sidewinder once you get some more snap, its pretty understable. It won't be long until you might need a more stable driver.
Good luck with your game, my best advice is that you find some solid players to throw rounds with. You will learn a lot from watching and people seem to play up to the group they are with. My friend who just started 1 month ago is already throwing 300ft+, we just taught him how to throw long annys with an orion ls. The day by day results have been awesome. The support of experienced players has really helped him.
Spike wrote:Sounds like a good plan. Z Buzzz is a superdisc. However, it is not a very touchy disc when you're close to the basket (like Comet), it works best at drives and longer approaches. So if you use Buzzz as your only mid, try to use the Dx Aviar as much as you can for the approach shots. It will be good in the long run.
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