Don’t over do it with discs when you start. Take it easy and learn to throw beginner friendly/under stable discs first. Learn to be smooth and controlled, distance will eventually come.
Lead card at the USDGC. Playing with Nate Doss, someone who I’ve watched and looked up to for a long time. Kind of a surreal moment. US just has a different feel. It’s on another level.
1000% it’s the people. Everyone involved with the company top to bottom. They’re genuinely good people who treat everyone like family. They’re the reason why I switched companies in 2017.
The Raider has become my main go to distance driver. The Lucid are more over stable.
I use the Enforcer for over stable sidearms and for distance when in serious wind conditions.
It has my name on it, need I say more? The LX Mav is easy to throw and control. Great for turnovers and hyzerflip shots. All skill levels can use this disc.
I use the BioFuzion Getaway for longer Maverick shots. Mainly for long distance turnovers.
When there is wind, or a hyzer shot, I reach for the Criminal. Enough said.
The Felon is my main go to forehand disc. I use the Fuzion for hyzer flip turnover shots.
I bag 3 EMAC Truths, 2 MyDye and 1 LX. I have my original EMAC I bagged when I joined the team still in the bag. Basically covers anything from understable to straight. I have a fresher MyDye which is stable to overstable and a LX that is overstable.
Backhand putter drives and approaches ranging from understable to overstable.