<3 the TL. Very predictable fade. Has made me improve my drives a lot, especially forehand control drives in the woods. Already made a new personal 9-hole course record, mainly using just TL + Magic.
Drive length is currently about 75m and increasing (TL 166g). I feel that I am still not getting TL up to its full cruise speed, so there is some room to grow. Lots to improve with the technique, especially with body rotation and follow-through. 166g seems to be around the appropriate weight at the moment. Still preferring 1-step throws for control drives; x-step only in open fields for distance because it is not consistent enough. Practice, practice, practice...
The wooded courses around here are mainly 60-80m par 3, so no need to start hyzer flipping for extra D. Just flat release, straight cruising and let the fade do the rest.
Agreed that Roadrunner has room to grow. Also got a 172 Champ Leo, which seems too heavy for the time being -> room to grow there as well. However, the 160 DX Leo I currently have in my bag might be a tad too light.
Will pick up the Buzzz SS next week. In the meanwhile, I am getting my younger brother to try the sport.
175 S Magic (slightly too understable for my liking for straight putts)
175 HPP Wizard (slightly too overstable for my liking for straight putts)
175 Z Comet
170 Z Predator
167 Champ Banshee
166 Star TL
160 DX Leopard
looking to pick up next week:
172 Z Buzzz SS (stable long mid)
Ion / Voodoo (putts only)
Slight overlap between Banshee and TL. I feel that a TeeBird or Champ TL might replace the Banshee altogether? Hmm.