I’ve played a few rounds, now, with the new discs I ordered with my Christmas money…here is my take on each of them.
Mako is absolutely my favorite disc for driving…right now. It flies so straight, even when I throw it. It’s also great for longer layup shots to put me in putting range.
Buzzz I throw when I need more fade towards the end of the shot, but it flies nice and straight as well.
Axis, I’m not all that impressed with and I think it’s partially because I got it in proton plastic, instead of neutron. I almost always turn it over, so, I’ll save it for turnover/anhyzer shots.
The Anode I’m loving as a putter, and it drives pretty nice, as well. I like it for putting on windy days and shorter approaches to put me within putting distance.
Today, I made this putt using the Anode, bouncing it off the tree to the right.
That’s a rough measurement on the putt’s distance.
An interesting way for the chains to catch a disc.
Shot grouping at its finest. I threw these two Aviars back to back during driving practice and this is how they landed 200 ft out.