champ wraith 169zline nuke ss 169zline avenger 165
pro d avenger ss 145
champ valkyrie 169
pro d stratus 174
ti stalker 176
zline buzzz ss 177+pro dragon wornstar max 175
star tl worn10M brick 175
soft magnet 175
The ones in green are ones you should stack in the closet for a little while until your game develops. They are good discs but probably won't get the full flight out of them right now. after you hit about 350 consistently these discs can come out and you'll get better benefit from them.
The ones in Pink you can totally get rid of. IMHO they are not that great and can be better replaced by other molds.
the ones not colored are ones you can keep in your bag and learn to develop your game. so that leaves:
Now from these you can make decisions. I would say keep the A-SS because it is super flippy and you can learn turnover and roller lines with it.
The Valk and TL may overlap quite a bit for you right now. I would say try them together. Eventually the Valk will go a lot farther than the TL but they are both good molds.
The Stalker is a good beginner disc.
The Stratus you can use as a turnover midrange driver. It can also help you with your touch.
The Buzzz SS is a good mold for beginners also. If you want more stability you can just pick up a regular Buzzz and it feels pretty much identical (it just fades more).
The Magnet and Aviar pretty much overlap. They drive nearly the same and pretty much all putters behave the same while putting inside 30 feet. So I would say pick the one that feels the best to you. The Aero is just a fun glidey disc that will also help you with your touch and smoothness.
don't forget to do your field practice and feel free to ask more questions. welcome to a frustratingly fun addiction!!!
EDIT: you can Thumber/Tomahawk/Overhead throw any disc. You will get more distance out of the most overstable ones. The Max would probably deliver the most OH distance.
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