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Gabriel's post asking "what one disc would you reach for?" got me wondering.

I have almost the same question - what one new disc would you choose (off the shelf, never thrown) to play a complete round?

Does it changes our answers? Everyone has a feel for the discs in their bag, how 'beat' they are, etc. What is the disc you would choose for versatility and would reliably throw 'off the shelf' the way you expect?

As usual, my answer today is different than what it would have been a year ago, and it will probably be different next year: z-comet.

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Champ leapard great control disc with enough distance.
As a relatively new player, if I were pressed to go play a round with one disc only, in off the shelf condition, I'd say the Star TL (both 172 grams), which I have owned two of. Of course, I have quite a few discs to try before I have half the experience of half the people here.
z buzzz

Vibram's Ibex in X-Link Medium. It holds every line.

Supercolor Buzzz

lat 64 gold line Fuse

Wizard.

fresh off the shelf....flx Buzzzzz

Nice thread bump, this is a great post.

I would say Lat 64 Fuse, only because it putts better then my buzzz.

Z Buzzz

150 gram Star Teebird for this  old noodle arm, can shape any line one should come across.

 

With the exception being big headwinds, unless fairway surface is firm, smooth, and closely mown; for the inevitable roller.

Lat 64 Opto Fuse

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