Frank Delicious wrote:I feel like you too long winded here JR
JR wrote:Z Buzzz ain't the hardest fading Buzzz variant. The Ti a little more then The Glo Z are even harder fading Buzzzes than the Z.
JHern wrote:If your putter isn't your favorite disc, get a new putter.
Frank Delicious wrote:I just don't think a Z buzzz is a great beginner's disc. It has a lot of LSS, is fairly fast, and doesn't shape lines well. A beginners disc should be able to teach the person lines and should be easy to bring up to power. That is why the shark is a good disc, it shapes lines well and can be brought up to power easily. Other mids I would recommend before the Z buzzz:
I don't know if I'd say the Comet is for more skilled players, but it is an absolutely fantastic learning tool for new disc golfers. It can handle distances between 10' and over 300', flying flat and straight the whole way, assuming your throw is clean. If your throw isn't clean, it'll tell you instantly by flipping over. That's what makes it such a great tool, because you know it's you causing it to flip when it flips. A DX Leopard for example will develop a natural turn very early, and there's almost nothing you can do about it, that's just the way it flies. The Comet naturally flies straight, so any deviation from that is your doing. It might be harder for actual disc golf, but it's a magnificent disc to learn how to throw.pask2155 wrote:So what I am hearing is buzz is a good choice. The comet is for more skilled players. But where does the buzz ss come in at? Maybe that might be a good choice? But if so what's the difference between that and the comet. Both have a rating of 0 turn
Even a DX Shark can be thrown way past 240' without flipping. Assuming it isn't broken or something.Frank Delicious wrote:A star shark can be thrown way past 240' without flipping. That was all you.
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