Calhack111 wrote:You could also use a more overstable putter, for the wind. An ion or rhyno would be good for that. I would also suggest choosing either the nuke as or the tern, and maybe an understable driver unless the nuke as or tern is for you. And for the straight fairway I personally love teebirds but I hear the stalker is good to.
This.discmonkey42 wrote:You seem to like the MVP discs, so why not a Volt as your straight fairway? A couple other nice options for a fairway driver are the Escape ....
discmonkey42 wrote:You have to consider that some of the LSS will beat out of any disc. The disc that flies like you are looking for when new may not be the best disc for you to end up with as they are too understable to withstand a good amount of use and stay straight. I've found that the best fairway drivers need to start off more stable so that once seasoned, they have lost some of that end of flight fade but haven't seasoned into too much early turn. The Volt, Teebird, and Escape all fall into this category. None of them are exactly what you are asking for when brand new, but they all season into exactly the disc you are looking for.
It's the same reason people carry seasoned rocs. Takes a lot of beating to get a roc flippy, but not much for it to stay straight until the end of its flight.
Monocacy wrote:Mako and Tangent seem like potential overlap. In what situations would you use one rather than the other?
JTdisc wrote:I agree that the Tangent and Vector should cover all of your midrange shots. Tangent for understable and Vector for slightly overstable, not really a big need for the Mako3 or another midrange.
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