Originally Posted by FlDeerman
I'm not a big arm.as a matter of fact I just started last year and I'm in my 60's.A 200' shot for me is going to be my limit for a drive.I was shown many different ways to throw last year and to some degree it kind of messed me up.I took three months off for hunting season and now I'm back throwing.The lay off seems to have helped.I know what I'm supposed to do and I do it with my limitations.I have the idea for the drive but how do you get control for the hole that is like throwing down a hallway?It has to be straight every time.
A broken in JLS, Leopard, or Roadrunner would fly nice and straight on a 200 foot hole. Some can easily over power these discs, but they would be perfect for you. These are drivers by the way, and as I mentioned, they'll need to be broken in before they'll fly straight for you. I would also recommend DX or Star plastic. Champion plastic takes a long. long time to break in.