My experience with the 3 molds I’ve tried so far that each of them serves a unique purpose. In reading other superclass threads, these seem to be the primary discs others are using as well.
Hero 235 dx
– Straight & turnover driver, approach, putting
This is my go-to driver at the moment, I get the best control on this one and almost always a clean release. To make it hyzer though, you really do have to back off the power a bit. As a roller, its been pretty much useless so far because it flips towards dome too quickly.
Hero 235 Star
– Woods driver
The dx version flies further and faster but does not stand up to abuse at all
(gets tons of tree gauges) so I use a Star version in any tight woods and the further flying dx on open holes.
– Rollers, grenades, tailwind driver
My use of this disc so far is limited mostly to rollers. Its got great control for rollers and good distance (got within the circle on SeaTac hole 7). I also have a light ~165gram Zephyr that I’ve used for “big distance” tailwind drives (parked hole 4 at Lakewood with a big tailwind), but only bring that one very rarely. Finally, I pull the Zephyr out for ‘grenade’ approach shots, which I think is going to be a really effective skill for superclass.
Te Moko dx
– Hyzer driver, wind driver, roller
This one gets pulled out for any kind of wind that isn’t straight tailwind and also for big open shots that need to hyzer. This is definitely the most reliable disc in terms of stability but I have issues with the grip/release on this one. I tend to pull it right and release late for some reason so I need open fairways to put it to use. It also has made for a really good roller disc, pretty much equivalent with the Zephyr.
I’d be interested to hear about any other discs out there that people have tried?
Te Moko (top), Zephyr (left), Hero 235 dx (right)
Profile comparison - Te Moko (left) is domier and has a steeper dome angle than Zephyr (right)
Profile comparison 2 - Hero 235 (right) has a classic fastback or sonic profile with a plateau near the rim and a popped dome in the center-Zephyr comparison (left)