Thread: [Question] Converting to light discs
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Old 09-05-2019, 08:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Keller View Post
I disagree (from my own experience). Nothing will slow you down faster than throwing a starter pack! The DX Aviar, Shark and Leopard really are a good place to start in light weight. Add a Star Eagle and I'd be good to go!
You're focusing too much on the ending "snap" and forgetting it starts from the ground up. Pick your favorite mid and putter, then buy one of each in 150class and start from there. They will show you how bad your OAT really is and help you clean it up.



I've had good luck with Star, Champion and DX.
Starlite has been OK, but I've had a few weird ones, and Blizzard I no longer bother with.
Try to avoid stuff with lots of bubbles.

Take it slow, I wouldn't buy anything faster than a speed 7, and a DX 155gr Teebird will go far!
Ok, I get that and it makes sense. I guess that is why I couldn't throw my 147g DX Beast a year ago when I started.
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