do not like the AA at all... it just keeps going right on me! I did try 2 hyser shots at the end with it, and when keeping it really low it managed to stay straight, but that seems like poor technique (is it)?
The two Pro TeeBird L seem like they are warped. At first I thought it might have been my eyes playing tricks, but I confirmed it this way: all my DX discs rest flat on one another, the two Pro discs do not. There are small gaps in them.
Sooo... after that really long description, I really like the way the TeeBird L flew for me and really prefered the way the Pro plastic felt (it seemed more flexible and grippy). Should I just use the warped versions, get new Pro versions or get new Star versions. Should I consider the regular TeeBird? If so, in what plastic? Also, I know lower weights are better for beginners like me, but one of the closest courses to me is VERY windy. 15/20 MPH is not uncommon.
Finally, given that the course is so windy, should I consider a different driver for really windy conditions? If so, what and what plastic?
That Valkyrie might be a nice longer distance driver for you but if you cant seem to control that one at first then consider purchasing one of the following drivers for control with added distance over the Tee BIrd L. (but rarely more control).
The Road Runner is a great straightish driver that adds distance. The sabre also is nice but it isnt that much longer than the L. The sidewinder is another nice one to consider.
Forgot to mention, if you do try throwing sidearm then check out the technique article on sidearm. It gives a great description of the form you should employ. Not trying to convince you to be a sidearmer .... just rambling i guess.
btw, if you are looking to build the most solid all around long run game, i would recommend starting with a slower overstable driver that you can really learn the flight characteristics of and control.
Blake_T wrote:because they are old and out of production.
they really didn't fly differently to regular dx teebirds but were slightly more durable.
i would tell him $25, take the cash and buy 3 dx ones
the invisible tree wrote:Or get 5 x out dx teebirds from Blake's shop. I got the dumbest (in a great way) stamped disc that I've ever seen from them. It's a mis-stamped disc that says "Mt. Bachelor". I'm saving that bad boy for when I start playing tournaments.
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