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i've been playing for almost two years now. am i correct in the assumption that a fairway driver is meant for teeing off accurately, such as a wooded course? i always thought that meant on very long holes, for really long upshots. doing some research i found that it possibly means for accuracy drives, where you have to "hit" fairways. also, could i get some posts of your favorite fairway drivers to use on different types of holes?

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Throw Fairway drivers off the tee or anytime when placement (or accuracy) is more important than distance. These discs are more beginner friendly as they are easier to learn to throw than the latest, greatest drivers. I agree with others that the TeeBird and Leopard are "must have" discs for players of all skill levels. For a more stable Fairway Driver, try a Banshee, Whippet or Viper.
I throw 171-174g Star TL's. Probably the favorite disc in the bag. Like Jaime 'g8rocshot' Ruane said.." The TL is easy to throw....easy to control." They hold any line your put them on...anny's..hyzers... straight. I use this disc for a bunch of shots because it just feels so comfortable in the hand.

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