and not just that of the player... :shock:
Ok...now to what I think.
When I started, I was using 150 class discs...you all know and love them...Aviar, Shark and Leopard. Then I got stupid and bought a couple 175's and found out they were lead weights in my still untrained hands. I then got some edumacation and bought a few more 150's, such as a T-bird L and Dragon. Over the past 3 months, I've played probably 45-55 times. (nice to have summers off... :wink: ) Now, I've settled on mid-160's as my "normal" discs with them being Viking, Gazelle, Roc. I have a light, 150 class, in each of these discs for playing up hill or with the wind. I took some advise from the good folks at DGW and "got simple". Focused on the discs I had, picked the ones that were consistent for me, and hung everything else on my wall so they are still "cool". I've got a LOT of discs on my wall...
I guess the point of my ramble is this...over time, as your skills and body change, the weight of the discs you sling will also change, as will what discs will work best for you. Still, for pure control and accuracy, not much beat my 150 Shark which I could put under the basket from 100-125 feet nearly every time. Anyone want to bet that was NOT because it was the disc I used on nearly every hole?