Akuf wrote:I can throw midranges 90-100m, eagles (175g) 110m, pds 120m on max distance on flat ground.
Having discs that reach 10 m intervals on max power is incredibly important for range control. Pick a correct disc and you aren't gonna overthrow beyond easy putting distance. Say you have a 115 m flat ground hole no wind. You can't use mids and it is in the middle of max D for Eagle 175 and PDs. You have 5m distance deficit with the Eagle with your best shot and have a good margin of error with the PD so it's a no brainer to pick the PD. If another hole is 107 m you need to have a perfect mid shot and are 7 m short so not a 100 % shot. With a PD you can blow by 13 m so not an easy putt. If you use less than full power with the PD it will fade more. If you use a 175 Eagle it will fade too but a 166 will be way straighter. 175 Eagle can go 3 m long and failing to produce full power gives you a nice margin of error when say 5 m is your 99 % make rate range so you have a 102-110 m range that you can hit. 102 m Eagle 175 is in controllable power range. Not needing to grit your teeth helps in raising repeatability in the throws and helps in accuracy as well.