TOURNEYPLAYER wrote:hitting everything inside 50? damn son. i think you are beyond noob status.
osborne wrote:If you have a play it again sports or a used disc shop in the area you may be able to purchase a pre beat teebird and rock to start you off. This will allow you to make those anny shots while you wait for your newer plastic to beat in.
JR wrote:Z Buzzz should fly straight and then fade so yes it is a technique issue with you. You throw it well 150 Teebird is fine even for more power but especially at your power level. The next step up from the Teebird IMO is a River. I would skip old Sidewinders. New ones seem to be less squirrely. Even though your power level suits the Sidewinder the River would be better in more wind. And the River is much more dependable. Sounds like for quick benefits the Aviar should be used for drives and the Omegas for the rest. Rocs and Teebirds actually mask most errors well so they give better scores but teach you less harshly than touchier discs. The more experienced and better thrower you are the more you need to use cruel discs to teach you even more. I'm not sure about you being at that point yet. Driving hard with putters without problems teaches everything but nose angles. I wouldn't go overboard with buying new discs because the ones you own are good. You lack a trick disc that hooks hard left in the end. Driver is my suggestion and you could use it for FH, headwinds, skips shots, s-curves and dogleg left shots. At your power a Banshee would be very overstable. It is probably too much so a Star Eagle 175 could be more usable for more roles. The Banshee is a power hog and the Star Eagle is beefy enough in its own right but a little more manageable with your power.
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