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Old 05-31-2015, 02:34 PM
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I would recommend a Innova TL. The TL is my most understable disc in my TL > Crave > Teebird setup. Excellent disc to hyzerflip straight.
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Old 05-31-2015, 07:17 PM
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Leopards and Teebirds are where it's at. Great Fairway Drivers.
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Old 05-31-2015, 08:48 PM
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G star FD mid 160's Pro Leopard and maybe max weight eagle X. I think you'd get a lot out of those 3
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Old 05-31-2015, 10:30 PM
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F3 throws consistent and powers down well
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I too am pretty new to the game, but I'm an older guy. I first just started buying discs, drivers, mid-ranges, and then I just happened to buy a DX Teebird 157g, and that thing just clicked for me. I now own several Teebirds, but my favorites are my DX 157g and a Star 162g. I'm now playing exclusively with my Teebirds and a Aviar 175g for putting.
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I'm convinced that just sticking with a putter and a reliable disc like the teebird is a pretty good way to improve quickly. Having a bag full of distance drivers hurts in a lot of cases more than it helps.
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Old 06-01-2015, 11:12 AM
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I like Innova's fairways, I think they are the best in the game. I never clicked with the Leopard but I threw DX Eagles and TeeBirds for a long time. Now I throw Champion and Star TeeBirds and Eagles.
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Leopards and Teebirds are where it's at. Great Fairway Drivers.
DING DING!! …we have a winner!
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Any of these molds would be a solid option for a newer player, but I imagine you won't see a ton of extra distance between them and your Ibex or Mako at this point.

Innova Leopard - Pro glides the best
Innova Cheetah
Discmania FD - S-Line
Discraft Stalker
Discraft Cyclone
Discraft XL
Discraft Zombee
Latitude 64 Diamond - Opto
Westside Underworld - Tournament
Millennium Polaris LS
Millennium JLS
Legacy Patriot - Excel
Legacy Phenom (at least it sounds like it'd work)
MVP Switch - Neutron (Streets is right in that it needs a good amount of snap to turn easily, but it's a nice mold and is forgiving enough to not fly poorly with little snap)
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Old 06-02-2015, 10:24 AM
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I think a dx Cheetah is a better beginner disc than a Leopard. If you turn over a cheetah at that skill level you know you had a bad throw, it is harder to see that with a Leo.
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