uNicedmeMan wrote:IMO the striker is not a fairway driver.
Frank Delicious wrote:What do you mean by accurate? Does accurate mean line shaping? Straight shots? predictable? I can be accurate with any of the discs listed below but the 5 in the first list are the ones I prefer and fit my throwing style the best.
anyway I would guess (even without accurate defined) this is a pretty good list in no particular order:
other discs that can get mentioned depending on definition:
victorb wrote:IF I had to rank them:
josser wrote:victorb wrote:IF I had to rank them:
I've been putting in a little extra time with my Gazelles lately and really finding that they are like longer slightly beat Rocs. What qualities does a Cyclone have that makes it even better in this department than the Gazelles? I notice that a few people put the Cyclones on their lists and not the Gazelles.
It really depends on how you weight each of the factors he's looking for. There are ways to do the weightings that might put the Teebird off the top 5.Parks wrote:Teebird.
The 4 others are lightyears behind.
And if I call Rocs fairway drivers then I could argue that they're more accruate than all of them.I use strikers for my fairway drivers, and more effectively than I did with teebirds, so YMMV.
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