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I use the Defender as my long overstable driver in winds or if I have a forehand shot that I need to finish hard to the right. It is super consistent!
I throw a VIP World as my straight/hyzer flip forehand driver. I've had the same one in the bag for awhile, and I know exactly what it does. Easy to hit lines with and I don't have to throw it hard to get the full flight from this disc.
I absolutely love the Sheriff. I had a difficult time finding a high speed driver that flew far easily and was still reliable. The Sheriff is perfect! I can throw it on a small hyzer angle and it will turn. It then has a decent fade at the end of its flight. It is the furthest flying disc I throw.
If I'm having a bad round, I know I can trust this disc to get me through. I use it for tight tunnel shots or when I just need to be very accurate but still need to cover a good distance. It never lets me down!
I am throwing a lighter weight Criminal that is perfect for windy days or if I need a disc for skip shots. I'm able to get a straight flight with a lot of fade when the disc slows down.
I have had this disc in my bag since its release. I use it for forehand and backhand hyzers. It is not as overstable as the Criminal, so I'm able to get extra forward carry before it fades.
The Convict is my straight or hyzer flip fairway driver.
I love my Verdict. It has tons of glide with a stable flight. I throw it both backhand and forehand when I need more fade than the Evidence will give.
I use the Slammer for shorter tee shots that need some right to left movement and for approach shots that need to go around obstacles.