Blake_T wrote:situations to use:
-holes that you can't reach with slower drivers and can reach with faster drivers and there is not a lot of consequence for missing your line.
-holes where a very low trajectory shot (e.g. 5' apex) is necessary or recommended.
-holes where you want a big skip.
-long hyzers where you want a lot of penetration before fading.
roadkill wrote:I would agree with Blake's answer except for the last one (long penetration before fade) for that I still prefer less stable discs just thrown with a little more hyzer. (old style cyclone is good for this)
In addition to the first three situations Blake listed I would add on open holes in high wind conditions.(especially headwind) The faster discs penetrate the wind better and can be thrown lower with less chance of the severe elevator action that can spell disaster with the slower discs.
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