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discmonkey42 wrote:In my experience, the super stingray has about the same range as the mako, turns a bit more early, and has more fade.
The mako has good distance for a point and shoot mid. To go further on similar lines, I'd step up to a straight fairway driver like the FD, River, or a Leo. Those all have good glide and stay on the lines you throw them on.
Thanks for that, i guess Stingray isnt what im looking for then. I;ve got an FD waiting for me at home, unfortunately won't be there to throw it for another 5 months...
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Torg wrote:My SS is super stable out to about 330'. For some reason it handles the wind like crap though.
How far do you get other mids because that is good D? I have a grip that might not be tight enough and the extra D you get over me might also come with the benefit of more spin thanks to a probably better grip. But my disc may be in the middle of the pack too and your disc can of course be beefier still. I've heard of more understable SSs than mine. My SS is not great in the wind either if is not a rear wind.
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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That's about as far as I throw mids. My grip is loose. The pro I play with has been ragging on me about it. I am a snap guy mostly.
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