adidadg wrote:I wouldnt say that the Teebird, JLS, Cyclone, XL, Gazelle suggestion I made are at the opposite end of the spectrum, they are all good, stable very accurate drivers. Also both the Teebird and XL are former world distance record holders, so they are seriously long discs when thrown right.
The thing with using a wraith as a main driver is that you have to adjust your throw to compensate for the large amount of fade. Also faster discs are more sensitive to the angle you release them at which makes them much more unforgiving. I do throw and like Orcs, but only 2-3 times a round when I need that extra distance or if the hole favours a hard left fade. The rest of the time I typically throw a QJLS or a Buzzz.
twmccoy wrote:When I first started, I carried a DX eagle, cheetah, shark and spider. I quickly ditched the eagle, cheetah and shark in favor of the orc, buzz and flash. Lets just say that my first throw with the orc was an eye opener after being disappointed in the distance of the eagle.
Here are a few current long drivers I'd recommend to beginners
Sidewinder: Long, tons of glide and little fade.
Beast 2X: Very fast yet somewhat understable
Spectra: Super long and easy to throw. This disc is the easiest yardage money can buy.
Dragon: This disc has a ton of naysayers, but IMO it will outfly an archangel any day. Some are more overstable than others.
Any one of these drivers will provide weaker arms with the maximum possible yardage.
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