I must reply now:
I am guilty of throwing a boss and can only push 350 when the planets align. BUT, I can throw my boss fairly accurately. I use it on many holes that are sub 300 and I usually use it BECAUSE it is too much disc for me... I know I can rip it out nice and flat and even if I do put too much anny on it, it will come back. Don't get me wrong... I don't throw this on tight shots. I originally started carrying it for sidearms because I'm terrible at them and tend to roll my wrist and I need something that I KNOW will fight back when I screw up.
I played around of 18 yesterday and threw on drives; Cobra 4x, Stalker 6x, Cro 1x, 150 Flick 1x (sidearm), FLX Drone 1x, Boss 3x (once sidearm), Flash 1x, R Pro Boss 1x (roller). This is on a fairly short mixed course and the baskets were in their short positions. Longest hole is 420' slight uphill bump in the field, probably plays a little over 450 and is wide open (roller). And we have one that is I think 120' kind of tight'ish and protected (150 flick). Other holes average about 230-280.
I feel my most trusted and dependable disc are Flash, Cobra and Boss.
I think one of my strongest points of my game is my driving accuracy. When I do my best is when I don't have to putt
I RARELY shank a drive (RHBH) but I also tend to take the most safe routes even when it guarantees me a 3 vs a possible 2.
That's just this noodle arm's take on big rimmed drivers... I also carry a Groove (I like it for distance in wide open areas or when I want less fade than the Boss) and a Katana and Nuke... both I haven't really thrown enough to trust yet... I have used the Nuke for a round in an open park when it was windy and I felt it performed pretty consistently.
Feel free to rag me.
If the answer isn't violence then neither is your silence. - PWEI