The city of Meridian is going to order some hot stamped discs for a new course grand opening, they waited to late and Innova could not get the order filled in time but discraft can. They asked me what type to get, but I don't know much about discraft so I'll ask yall. I would tell them to get a buzz of course but wanted them to get a driver also, these disc would be used by beginners, so what is a discraft driver that is easy for beginners to throw?
I'm mostly confirming what others have said above. The Nuke SS is likely the best distance driver choice for beginners because it's a newer model. People like to get the supposed newest, latest and greatest. It is super fast and not so overstable that a beginner or weenie arm like me can't stand it up. The Avenger SS (ESP only - not Flex) is also a good choice and maybe more controllable but its stability is similar to the Nuke SS and it's not the newest fastest thing. Don't confuse either with the non-SS versions because they are completely different and probably too overstable for a beginner. There is really no need to consider the other options listed for a beginner distance driver, even though they might be good.