JR wrote:i don't see real wind beating discs in there.
JR wrote:I have no idea about the Mamba but Vulcan and Air King(Pohjolan isäntä) might suit your long bomber role well. Neither fades a lot. Both compete well with the Krait that has too much fade even for a 120+m thrower.
Monocacy wrote:Blizzard Mamba replaced Valkyries in my bag, so you might find that carrying both creates overlap. Mambas can fly similar lines to Valks, other than perhaps your beat-up DX Valk. Mamba could also fill your “hyper max D” slot.
Monocacy wrote:I think Blizzard discs have to be very light (sub-150) to float. Have you considered getting a stack of sacrificial DX discs instead for water shots?
Monocacy wrote:Glow Z Buzzz thrown with a little hyzer should handle moderate headwinds pretty well. Does the Titanium Buzzz fly any differently than the Z? If not, carrying both might be overlap (caveat – I have not thrown the Ti Buzzz).
Monocacy wrote:Also, how do you use the Pro-D Buzzz differently than your X Comet? Have you considered something like X Comet, Z Comet, Glow Z Buzzz for your midrange lineup?
Monocacy wrote:It is nice to have a driver that you can throw into a headwind without worry. Krait might do the trick – I have not tested it in headwinds yet – but also consider something controllable like a Teebird or Eagle.
Monocacy wrote:Your bag seems to be missing a super-overstable utility disc like a Banshee (unless the Epic fills this role – I have not thrown one).
Monocacy wrote:Is your “headwind putter” for putts, approaches, or both? If for approaches, you might consider something like a Rhyno, Zone, or Gator, especially if you go without a super-overstable utility disc.
JR wrote:Wizard is an OK headwind putter but it fails in storm winds so if the Rhyno is unconfortable how about a Zone?
JR wrote:The TD can take some headwind if it isn't the flippy kind instead of straight both of which exist in S-Lines.
JR wrote:Blizzards float in under 140 gram weights. None of the discs in Blizzard are true wind beaters. Not even the overstable Destroyers or Bosses. For non headwind max D i'd try 13X Zero G Quasar. It has a nicer fade than the Vulcan and if you try a Vulcan it needs to be light too because it does have a hefty fade especially at your power but it will be pretty far once it kicks in.
JR wrote:It is impossible to predict how it flies not knowing how much spin you can put on a disc.
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