rodman wrote:I have much better form and control with the Roc and Leopard and often can get as much distance from those.
A couple things:
I think it is a big mistake to play with too many different molds, especially given that you've only played a handful of times. I think knowing your plastic is one of the key ingredients to having control and being consistent. (the other ingredient is good form and tempo).
At this stage of your game I'd advise you to carry no more than four discs. Stable driver, understable driver, multipurpose midrange and a putter. For example (among the discs you listed)the following would work:
Secondly I would recommend making slower, forgiving discs (roc,coyote,champion panther,leopard) your bread and butter discs (go to discs) and reserve the faster high tech stuff (wraith,starfire, avenger) for wide open distance drives.
Distance is highly overated. Control,consistency, good putting and course management is what leads to lower scores.