Originally Posted by Chef
Well... I seem to have a fair amount of Long Range drivers but no real distant drivers.
Can anyone suggest a long range driver?
I would say that for your first year of disc golf, you could probably play the entire time with these three discs:
An Aviar (Or any putter that you feel comfortable with)
A Roc (Or another medium speed mid-range disc like a buzz)
A Teebird (Or a Teebird-L (TL) if the normal teebird is too stable for you.)
These three discs are multi-purpose and can be used effectively in almost every situation. Once you get these 3 discs dialed in, then you can start experimenting with other discs to fill the holes in your game.
Plus, limiting the number of molds you throw will help you get your throw mechanics consistent and smooth.