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I have a 150 and 165 Stingray and I like them just because they fly straight for me and the wife and kids. I want to put a bag of understable disc togather, what I would like to know is what disc for distance,mid and so on and how under stable each should be. My wife and kids seem to be getting frustrated fast and I dont want them to quit on me. the kids range from 17 to 7 years old,

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These are the understable discs I love and they are all very understable!!!


Avenger SS

Fairway Drivers:





Magic, Warlock, Focus
I'd definitely recommend a Star Kite for an understable mid...that thing is like magic!
I 2nd this very much so.

A Mako, Coyote, and glide are good choices as well.
what is the difference between a fairway driver and the distance driver?
Those you listed should be OK !
disc speed...

teebird is fairway and sure ss is distance. fairway drivers are speed 6-9 and thus distance drivers are 10-13.
I agree. I love my old Roadrunner. I have thought about getting rid of it several times, and I just end up falling in love with it all over again.
cool now I know, you get better control with the slower speeds?
I have A Sidewinder it is 170g and I have A warlock in my bag aready. so that is a good start
Drivers: Vision, Monarch, Sidewinder. Out of these the Monarch is the least stable, but the Vision is the most predictable.

Fairway drivers: Cheeta (if they still make it) Leopard (money!) River (still to new to say) TL.

Mids: Wolf (money!). Breeze (uber understable), Panther, Buzzz, Coyote, Hawk(I love this disc!), Classic Roc(use it as an upshot/approch), Comet, Core, and Glide. Just to name a few.
Now I haven't read the other posts, but I'd say. Have your wife and kids. Stick to the Mids and a putter. Once they get more distace. Then have them use the fairway drivers and drivers. I bet you will find that they throw the mids further than the fairway drivers and drivers anyway.
thanks for the advice i am putting a list down and going to find people I know to try the disc, will let you know what I come up with
Good call on the Leopard. I really like that disc, and it's easily controlled. Can't get major distance from it, but it helps me keep the holes I overshoot regularly birdie-able. Great for starters, too.

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