discmonkey42 wrote:1. Tracker is a great disc to use as your main driver. Who cares how wide the rim is.
2. I couldn't get the "miracle distance" out of the Spectra that everyone told me I would either.
3. Best, easiest to throw, wide winged drivers (IMHO) are the Sidewinder and Roadrunner. A 168g Champ Sidewinder would be ideal, I think, for you.
4. I found that until I had the snap to throw a hyzer flip, anything with a wide rim was useless to me.
Yea, a guy we played a round with the other day was throwing a champ sidewinder pretty well, said it was his favorite disc.
So, now I'm looking at getting either a sidewinder or teebird-L (any reason to pick one over the other?). And which plastic should I get it in?
I'm still trying to figure out what to get Camellia for her distance driver. I've seen the leopard recommended a couple times. Do you all agree that would be good for her? And I wonder if the 150 class would be too light for her (i assume she could get distance but would sacrifice alot of control, she gets real squirrely with her 146 roc when she tries to throw it with any distance, drives/long midrange shots, etc) or the 160 too heavy?
I've really been enjoying this thread. Lots of good discussion.