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I was wondering what disc or discs in your bag do you think are really underrated by you or by others you play with.

I have to say for me it would be a discraft hawk. I really never hear anybody talk about it and I have been ask a few times why I throw it. I throw it because I have confidence in it and it flies really well. It is great for those tight tee shots under 300'.I think the main reason is that it is made in the cheaper pro-d plastic but it really is a great disc. I sometimes find myself reaching for it before I reach for my buzz.

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xd putter. its great for the 150 feet or closer shots. it will hold any line, or path u put it on.
Millinnium LF or my Millinnium Sentinal. Both are my....jeeeez, I don't know discs. The LF is for tight fairways/control shots. The Sentinal is my power mid or headwind beater. It's so good. I'm thinking of pulling out my Z Drone for good. The operative word is "thinking" ;)
There is also my Latitude 64 discs....the plastic rocks! But since you said DISC. I'll save those for another post :)
read again I said "disc or disc's".Like to hear about the lat 64 discs!!
Both the Firebird and Monster are solid staples in my golf bag, very predictable and reliable in any weather conditions. In Colorado we have many courses within which one can "air it out".
The Breeze
star orc, warlock, striker (nobody in my area has any respect for latitude 64 ... yet.)

Rescue and i should run a clinic for these fools.
Max...
Ahmen brother!
Oh, you wanted me to read the small print too. lol! Well, for me. It's the Plastic (Opto plastic). Feels like Innova's old gummy plastic. The Core is an awesome disc. It's Buzzz like, but feels really nice in the hand. Same goes for the Vision, Striker, and Riot. I've had them for a few months or so and am getting ready to put them in my bag. I must admit it's tuff just thinking about pulling out the Buzzz (Core), Sidewinder (Vision), and my Teerex (Riot). Oh, I forgot to mention the extra 10 to 20 feet you get agaist the above compared discs. You really need to check them out!
Discraft's X-Clone : the weight doesn't matter to me, these have been discontinued and are hard to find in decent shape, I use these for rollers on nice open level fairways.

TeeRex : for a tomahawk, when I need it to get between some trees and skim face down and slide an extra 30 feet to the basket.
I'd have to say my Aero, and my HX-2 (#2 Helix). I don't know anyone else that throws an Aero over an Aviar, and I haven't seen anyone else throw an HX-2. In fact me and my buddy Jason are the only two people I know that like Lightning discs. But I overpower the HX-2 bad now so I gave it to a friend of mines girlfriend. I plan to get me another in the mid 160s soon.

These guys are right about the latitude 64 discs. Awesome plastic, feel great in the hand, and perform easily as good as any other disc manufacturers. People like DiscCraft for their consistency, I think Latitude 64 has better consistency than even they do. Quality control at latitude 64 is second to none.
The Impact is an Awesome disc. Great for short or long anhyzers. I can put it on a hyzer and will stay straight. Really love that disc for tight shots. Especially when i need it to stay right. Great tweener disc! I carry two in my bag. I have have even been using my older impact for some roller shots and had good success with it.

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