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I Think id have to go with my Roc. no matter what shot if i throw this disc it will get there super straight flyer holds any line i put it on anny or hyzer and really good for the right turn doglegs if you can figure out the turnover. its the most beat disc in my bag and will continue to be until it just cant fly anymore.

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Avenger FLX. I've had about 8 avengers now, about 4 flx plastic, 2 esp and a couple z's. Have always loved the avenger and have been carrying one since they came out. The flx plastic is no doubt my favorite, and there's no better, more predictable throw for me then an anhyzer with a decently beat up flx avenger. Anybody else love this disc?
Also the surge flx is starting to compete with that spot, but i tend to often accidentally throw it a little too high because of the wider rim on it.
midrange:buzz flx 177
putter:challenger flx 171
Star Aviar 175g
If things go well, I make 18 putts and several approch shots with it each round. I use it more than any other disc in my bag.
the star tee rex. I love the Roc (most people do) but I can do so much with a teerex. I normally carry 3 or 4 in my bag. Funny, each one flys a little different. Love the tee rex but only star plastic
First Run Goblin.

I know very few people throws this mold but for me it is money when I need to hit a small window to get to the green.

Mine has the champion star stamp, is very beat and is great for slight hyzers, straight shots or turnovers from 80 to 270 feet. It has been in the bag for 3 yrs or so (ever since they were released) and I've made many incredible par saves with it. Anyone who has played with me on long wooded courses would have seen this disc being thrown again and again. At Paw Paw I think I threw this more times than my putter.
I'm going with my Z Buzzz. I love that disc. I think my next purchase with be the FLX Buzzz because I've heard so many good things about it.
I get the best feeling of satisfaction from my Star Destroyer.......... it goes a mile,flat and straight..
I don't think that this disc has had a mention in this thread, but if I don't know what to throw mid-range, I reach for my 166g Champion Spider. It just feels right as soon as you pick it up and has a very predictable finish. It is softer than any other Champion disc I've held.
I've tried other putters, but I always come back to the Warlock.
Jim Owens said:
FAVORTIE n. 1. an inconsequential typographical error see also favorite

Where I come from, even 'favorite' is mispelt. I believe that 'favourite' is the way to spell it. :)
I played in back to back tournaments, finishing 1st and 2nd. In four rounds, I threw my Elite Z Surge, 173 grams, all but 5 throws. I would have won both, if I would have thrown it 2 more times!
out of print champ cobra!!!! max weight down to 165,i just love em!!!!

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