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Ive got my left and right disc's, ive got my trick disc's. What I'm looking for now is a nice straight disc. I have a ls and a jls, but they both hook left in the end. Who knows of a nice straight flyer for tight holes?

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leopard, element, sabre.
rocs and buzzzes and leopards
Buzzz is my first suggestion. The comet flies really straight for me too, but it's flippy and a little touchy.
What id like is a super straight driver, but I doubt I'll find one. I want something nice and stable that wont turn over on me once it gets worn in.
Beast, it will not like to end left if you got some mustard on it, try to find one thats been around the block a few times , champion plastic
I just picked up a champ beast the other day. Havent really ripped it to much yet. Been tryin to beat is this star boss. I hear good things about it. I have a friend who has been trying to get me to trade my champ panther for an orc she has, but I havent found it useful yet. Only throw it a time or two so far. I was trying to get her champ beast but she didnt want to trade it cause its her baby lol. I'm headed to the fields in the am to work on my arm, maybe I'll work that beast into the mix...
My average drives are in the 300 to 325 range. Just to give you an idea of my prefference and why. I throw a 169 Monarch. It's the only driver I've ever thrown that flew straght as an arrow and landed nice and flat with NO fade and a very slight if any high speed turn. And that was do to a mild head wind. It's my thread the needle disc. I love it, but as you can see I don't have big "D"
Innova Cheetah and the Spider work great.
For Midrange: Comet, Hawk, and Buzzz
For Distance: Avenger SS or Surge SS
Roc,
For me it's mr broken in 10 X KC Roc!
For anything in the 375 to 415 ft range I use either a very slightly beat in star teebird thrown flat, or a star TL thrown with a little bit of hyzer and hyzer-flipped. If you are looking for a distance driver, a viking has always seemed to be the straightest flying to me.

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