TOURNEYPLAYER wrote:since none of the experts are weighing in.
I would say a river is a great beginner disc, 170ish. stay away from Rpro Bosses, they beat too quick and will then just burn. headwinds, i would say a champ banshee. I think you should get some leopards, and teebirds as well. a Buzzz or Roc, depending on which feels better to to you. if you liked the sidewinder why not try a star valkyrie 168 or so.
I wrote down Roc and Teebird actually before as ones I was looking at. Also skeeter and Leopard and Aviar Yeti putter. Then I started researching the Halo and River plus a ton more.
Do you play the same weights throughout the bag? Driver, Midranges, putter? I dont know what the Shark mirange weighed or Magnet putter I was using. I like the putter but i'd like one that glides some more too, lighter = more glide? Heavier more stble less glide? I assume. Do you try and stay in one weight range like 170-175? mid to upper 160's seemed fine but not into the wind. Will 175 gram be more stable into wind and not be effected as much.
I guess the thing is I just havent thrown many discs yet and nothing over 169 either. I do like the heavier weights.