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If you could only use one disc for a round of disc golf what would it be? For driver, fairway, mid-range, approach and putting. What would your all around disc be?
I'm starting to go on business trips and am always around fields. I could sneak out into my suitcase.
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Buzzz Ti for windy places and Coyote for calmer conditions. I have played LED single disc rounds with a Champ Spider. Champ for see through reason. It ain't so good when wet so a DX would be better all rounder unless you know that you'll play rocky courses then it would need to be a Star. Spidey works well for one disc rounds but for distance you need to have power. Out of those the Coyote needs the least power and flies the farthest so it is the best for longer courses.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.
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New Z Comet in the 175 range. Best golf disc ever made.
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PD for a longer course, and a Comet for a shorter course.
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Z-Comet, max weight.
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NOS, PD, River, Roc3, Comet, Trident, Mercy, JOKERi, XXX
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turso wrote:Z-Comet, max weight.
Parks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
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I have a roc that has just hit it's sweet spot. I'd be comfortable using it in just about every role, if I had to.
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I've done this with an axis when I'm traveling for business. There's a town with a very short course and I'll take the axis and a buzz and play both discs while in business attire.
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- Favorite Disc: Ion
I just did this two weeks ago. I went to visit my mom and didn't want to carry my bag so I just brought two buzzz. I was surprised at how well I did. Nothing to write home about but I would say within 5 - 7 strokes of what I could play with my full bag. Putting was actually the harder part. After a couple of rounds I got better though. This really made me question the need for so many different discs.
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- Favorite Disc: opto fuse
MVP Eclipse Axis
Destroyer, Sword, Shock, Volt, Amp, River, Gator, Vector, Axis, Ion
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Champion Shark. Driving it is like a shorter-range Teebird. Works great for putting also. And midrange, it is right at home.
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