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What is the best three disc combo that you can think of. If your on a course and only get three discs (driver, midrange, Putt and Approach) what would they be.

My best combo would have to be:

175g Star teerex - able to throw backhand or forhand
175 Elite x Buzz- Super straight and is easily minipulated
175 Glow Aviar- Good flight path easy putts

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171 Elite Z Tracker. (My best control driver)
171 Pro D Drone (Can be thrown Forehand or back hand, most predictable disc in my bag)
178 FLX Challenger ( Just sticks the chains so good, feels like butter in my hands.)

Champ Valk

Cryztal Buzzz

Millennium Putter
eso ss surge
esp buzz or flx buzz depending on the wind
s series warlock
169 Z Flick- Wind fighter, overhand, hyzers, desperate forehands, and a pretty decent primary driver
175 Pro D Magnet- Putting, short drives, approach, short turnovers
178 Z Buzzz- Everything else
175 flat glow champ destroyer
178 z wasp
175 ss wizard
Tulsa Orc (more overstable)
Star Roc
Since I can only use one putter. I'd switch back to my JK pro Aviar.
173g EcoStar Groove - sitchkis discus
171g Star Spider - $$$
167g Glow Aviar - chainz all day
Champ Beast
San Marino Roc
172g Z Avenger - controlled distance backhand and forehand
175-176g D Wasp - wind resistant and able to hold most lines
170-172g D Challenger - great off the tee and inside the circle

Most of the shots I take during a round are made with one of these discs, anyway. If I could add discs to this I would start with other Flashes (or other discs in the Flash family-Crush, Surge SS, Rogue) in different stabilities.
i was really surprised to see the flash as your driver of choice. could you elaborate a bit?

Z Flashes vary quite a bit in stability but all have exceptional glide. There have been several runs of Z Flash which are overstable, including the current run. The overstable Flashes are superb forehand discs and would work well for anyone with a powerful backhand drive.

My primary drivers are overstable Z Flashes or the runs of Z Crushes which are less overstable than most. There is also a run from a few years back of Blue Z Flashes which fly dead nuts straight in my hands: these are perfect for long, straight tunnels.

For any disc which I really like, I make it a point to test each new run. So I always test Z Flashes, Z Crushes, Z Surge SS's and Rogues. The modern, big rim drivers will all vary from run to run but they are all useful and some are great. Since I like candy plastic, whatever the disc does will keep that flight path for a long time.

In the old days, before candy plastic, players would find a driver they liked and carry multiple versions in different degrees of broken in (at one time my bag had only X-Clones and putters in it but I still carried 15 to 20 discs). Now it takes years to break a disc in and an overstable driver may never get to the point where it becomes flippy as heck. So now I look for different runs of my favorite drivers to provide different shades of stability.


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