I like the Ti Buzzz, but I'm sticking with my first run buzzzes. My heavy Ti Buzzzes would not flip without a headwind or unless I started them turned over. If it weren't for my first runs I could see a heavy glow buzzz for overstable, a Ti Buzzz for stable, and a QMS for stable to understable combo.
Anyway, I got a 177+ gold Ti Wasp that I'm liking so far. It doesn't have anywhere near the glide of my Buzzzes but it does like to fade left the last third of the flight on a flatish throw. I've been trying pro-d drone and pro-d zone for the go left with safety shots. I guess I'm used to having to throw the drone and zone harder so the Wasp isn't a big difference versus adding hyzer on the further flying buzzz. I've thrown rocs for overstable mid in the past so the bead doesn't bother me and I like the beefier rim of the wasp for power shots which is why I dropped rocs for the wider rimmed buzzz. If the wasp had more glide I'd like it even more... or if the roc had a wider rim and still had the same glide I'd bag rocs again. I feel like I can really power up the wasp and not have too much worry about it flipping on a low flat line where a ching roc might turn into a head wind and a rancho hold straight. There's a lot of trees at my home courses so pro-d means lots of rotation where Ti Wasp should last a while given my limited need for overstable mid. Also, I've had a couple good flicks, more practice required, but they were easy to control.
Not too many big wind days in Memphis. Hot, humid, and still.
Magic / Ion / QMS / Buzzz / RC3 / QJ / E / F / Fever / O / Boatman / D4 / D1
JHern wrote:If your putter isn't your favorite disc, get a new putter.