Yeah, I don't want to discourage you from using the latest and greatest high speed driver. Hell, I have a TeeRex and 2 Wraiths in my bag and they have their place on super huge holes where I need big distance and accuracy isn't as much of a premium. I'm just saying that it helps to learn to throw a Teebird well, because everything else will get better from that.
I played two tournaments last weekend, both on pretty short courses with a handful of long holes thrown in. For the weekend, 72 holes total, off of the tee I used my Wraith 4 times, my TeeRex once, a Firebird twice, my TL a dozen or so times, my Panther about a dozen times, and my KC 10x Aviar the rest of them. I use my putter now for pretty much anything under 300' -- I'm more accurate with it, I don't have to worry about skips or overshooting the hole, and I feel the most comfortable throwing it whenever I can. I carry the other stuff and I use it when I need it, but I'm deadly with a putter for two-thirds of the course.
Once again, my $.02. The only advice I can give is what's worked for me, so the best I can tell you is to use what works for you.
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