for beginners or people who are trying to revamp their putting, i recommend a more neutral disc. wizards, kc aviars, etc. are great for throwing and for players who are already have a good putting routine and make percentage at shorter distances. for those with less experience and/or more to work on, discs like that have less glide and more low speed fade that make learning more difficult (in my opinion). a super beat version of a disc like that can work well, but there are plenty of discs out there that fly closer to that out of the box. my recommendations are usually pna aviar, magnet, or warlock.
Originally posted by BroD:
I just feel bad for all the perverts that are obviously getting so turned on by watching us disc golf that they have to release themselves in the bathroom.
“Ask yourself how many shots you would have saved if you never lost your temper, never got down on yourself, always developed a strategy before you hit, and always played within your own capabilities.” - Jack Nicklaus