Pick either the Orc or Wraith for a distance driver. You won't need both. Using one of your overstable or distance drivers for sidearm is probably better than keeping a specific disc for it.cnick718 wrote:I have been playing pretty frequently for 1 ½ years now. I throw 325-350 consistently. Any suggestions on minimizing overlap or on discs that are missing from my bag are appreciated.
1. Stable Control Drivers
*Ch. Teebird 168
Star Teebird 171
Ch. Eagle-L 174
*Star. Eagle-X 169
I use the Teebirds if I just need to go straight and flat and the Eagles if I have to shape any kind of line.
Ch. Orc 169 I just added this disc to my bag recently to try it out. I’m considering it as a sidearm driver.
Is a TL close enough in feel to a Teebird that it would be a good addition without adding too many molds?
You won't need the Sidewinder with the Wraith in your bag. An Eagle will beat in to replace the Cheetah, too.3. Understable Driver
*Ch. Sidewinder 168 long right turns
Pro Wraith ??? beaten up pretty heavily. Very flippy at high speed.
10x KC Pro Cheetah 174 very old and beat but hyzer flips oh so nice.
The Teerex might fill this spot well. Especally if you're able to get a fairway driver 350' consistantly.4. Moderately Overstable Driver
I use the star Wraith for this slot should I find something else to fill it?
I'd replace it with a Z Pred, Champ Firebird or E Spirit.5. Very Overstable Driver
Star Teerex 174 Should I replace this with a better wind fighting disc like a firebird?
I'd find a putter inbetween those in stability and use it for everything, but I know convincing people to change putters they like is difficult.Putters:
(2) Glow Aviar P&A 172
Pro Pig 171 used mostly for short sidearm shots
Bradley Walker wrote:If you pick the Wraith, keep the TRX.
If you keep the Orc, get a Starfire for the TRX slot.
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