My for-sure bag:
Pro Wraith (171, worked in)- Go-to driver, tight woods, long approaches
Pro Wraith (172, new)- Wide-open drives
* Champion Beast (?, well worked in)- anhyzer drives, windy putts
Dx Wraith (?, thrashed-to-hell)- rollers
* Z XS (?, new)- tomahawk/ hammers/ thumbers
X Xpress (?, worked in)- tunnels, all-purpose, deadly accurate drives
Z Buzzz (177, new)- tunnels, straight approaches, short hammers, long putts
DX Roc (180, well worked in)- approaches
DX Aviar P&A- (150, newish)- short approaches, long putts
Z Putt'r (174, new)- shorter putts
Not sure about:
* X Wildcat (?, new)
* X Xtreme (?, worked in)
* DX Firebird (?, worked in)
Thinking about getting:
Champion SIdewinder/ Roadrunner
lock-off wrote:i would use something less stable than a pro wraith for go-to drives.. im not familiar with the xpress so i cant say, but it seems you are missing something for accuracy drivers around 320+
mids etc look good. the pro wraith is great for distance for sure
ever throw a dx teebird or a star tl?
TexasOutlaw wrote:I've been told a roc breaks into a new buzz. So you want to choose one here too. I carry a buzz and a wasp for when I need more stability.
TexasOutlaw wrote:I don't think you need a firebird and an xtreme. I like them both. But, I believe I would choose the firebird (actually I would by a z predator for headwind purposes).
dflaschiii wrote:I agree with lock-off's comment about trying a teebird. I reccomend toning down the speed of your drivers, as you are using wraith and beast, two of the very fastest discs out there. My game got a lot better when I learned how to use the slower discs, as they taught me how to lengthen the glide and fade portions of the flight instead of relying on the high-speed part.
-Frank- wrote:lock-off wrote:I think I'm gonna take this advice and get a Star TL.
And another question, what is the Beast good for that my Wraith can't do already? Haven't really figured this out yet.
Thanks for all the replies, and keep the advice coming!
-Frank- wrote:And another question, what is the Beast good for that my Wraith can't do already? Haven't really figured this out yet.
twmccoy wrote:You may still want a sidewinder for downwind or long anhyzer drives. This disc is very reliable once you learn how to throw it.
I know you already have an X press, but the sidewinder puts it to shame.
kvanorsdel wrote:So here is my bag please let me know what you think. I throw around 300 ft mostly rhbh, What could I be using to get more distance?
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