I'm fairly new to disc golf, a little over a month, but the more expirenced players were telling me I was above average for only playing that long, which is good. The first set of discs I bought were all DX series common disc's from Dicks Sporting Goods. I have played a lot though and my Discs are becoming very beat and knicked up from roads, rocks, trees, more rocks, and dive bombs. I started out with a Valkyrie (I enjoyed), A Cheetah (I call it old reliable), a Beast (Awsome driver, i would buy another one but I was to experience different types of dics, also, it has begun to fade far to the right after each throw) and a Aviar (What can I say about that...).
Since these discs have got severe (or what I would concider) damages to them I was planning on buyind 2-4 more discs to start and lpay with. This time, instead of buying DX however, I was planning on getting Proline or Champion. I plan on buying these from the gottathrowgottago.com site.
After clicking ones that interested me here is the list I came up with, and then I read reveiws on this site to double check, but for a triple check and more advice, I thought I'd make a post.
Putters & Approach
Birdie DX- It seemed like a solid putter/approach to be using, the reveiws seemed a little mixed however.
Rhyno DX- I liked the way this one was described on the site and seemed like a good disc to buy however once again the reveiws were mixed, although It did say it was good in the wind, and the courses I play are very Windy.
Roc ??? - I don't know much about this disc but apparently it's good for approach although there have, once again been mixed reveiws so I had my concerns.
Firebird Pro/Champ- I had looked at this disc but it seemed to have a more negative gist to it...
Monster Pro/Champ- This disc interested me because 1) I have never heard of it and none of the kids I plya with have it 2) it seems to be very similar to the Beast which I really liked 3) reveiws were good
Orc Pro/Champ - had good reveiws and my friends also have this disc and seems to be working for them well enough. Reveiws seemed pretty positive towards this disc
Wriath Pro/DX - this disc has built up a lot of hype and is known as the Ultimate distance disc, and the reveiws were positive towards it.
Overall I had been leaning towards getting a Rhyno for a putter and a Monster for a Driver, but was unsure about which Fairway/Approach driver I should be getting.
Any help/advice/questions I would appreciate a lot and thanks for reading.