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You have a 200 foot approach would you throw a mid-range or an approach disc?

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Well, that is a trick question. What are the conditions? Wide open? tight fairway? Windy? Calm? Elevation? Green conditions?

For discussions sake I'll say I have a typical 200' wide open shot to a safe and flat green. I would throw neither. I would throw a spike hyzer with an overstable driver.
The same situation as below, I would throw a Magnet.
It does depend on the conditions. Headwind I might throw a midrange (or a firebird hyzer if the headwind is really strong). Strong right to left wind I might throw a firebird spike hyzer...as strange as that sounds. Tailwind: stable putter. Strong left to right: overstable putter (zone). Low ceiling: understable mid (beat stratus). Tight gap: understable mid (beat stratus).

Flat, calm conditions with no obstacles? Stable putter. I move up to a Roc at about 250, but it's different for everyone. I just like throwing a Roc when I can, even though I can throw a putter 280-300ft.
CryZtal Challenger for most all situations.
Buzzz, Roc, or Wasp.
"E" wizard or 167 champ cobra
Banshee or Sidewinder depending how I'm trying to shape it and what I have to go around.
Putter if it's wide open and there's little wind or a tailwind. Roc if I need a nice hyzer or to beat a headwind.
Wizard or maybe the meteor. The meteor is a very underated disc.
Roc, Hawk, Dart or Rhyno depending on the conditions. Wide open, maybe a slight natural hyzer, im grabbin my Rhyno especially with any wind.
Roc or a Buzz definitely.
lol

Nothing like sinking a 450' Champ Boss putt to save triple bogey on a 250' hole. Not many players can brag on that.

But, the better strategy is just to walk away and go to the next hole and not hole out. C'mon, a 200' approach shot is a gimme anyway, especially in tournaments.

But, if there is a TD around and I have to hole out on an open 200' approach I would use an Aviar or a KC Pro Aviar/Roc if the wind is kicking a little.

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