JR wrote:How does the TL work for you? It is a fairway driver so you may not need another one. They are going early to the left and hard if they have flash (mold imperfection that is sharp) in the bottom of the disc and once it is removed it is way straighter and longer. It is the next step up from a Leopard so maybe you could do with it once the flash is gone. It depends on your power. At 200' it will probably fade a lot even without the flash but if you have 250' or more it is gonna become much straighter and versatile. TL is a good disc because it stays useful even for 400' throwers. The role may change but still. Avenger SS is an odd disc with a low power requirement but i got my first one when i had too much power for it for anything else than rolling. It is designed to fade but it also flips easily with power. That is why the TL should still be a superior disc. It isn't meant to fade hard at the end.
Comet is a great torture disc that either shows what you do wrong mercilessly until you learn or has you quitting playing altogether. So maybe it's better to use other mids at this point to get the basics right and once you are fine with those then the Comet is a great strict sensei. For beginners it is just cruel if they develop power before finesse.
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