Discraft is one of the original two "big" disc manufacturers. They have multiple discs of just about every variety and stability in a plethora of plastic options. I'm able to more consistently get a bit more distance with some non Discraft discs, but when it comes to doing a more than adequate job for every shot I've needed on my two test courses, Discraft has filled that need, and my average scores prove it. Thus far, my best average scores on both courses are obtained when throwing only Discraft.
Because Discraft has so many discs to choose from, and there are only so many slots in my bag, I selected the following discs for my bag:
ESP Crank - Long Distance Drives that need to stay stable and fade to the finish at the end of the flight.
X Wildcat - Max Distance shots where I want a little high speed turn action to kick in.
Z Surge SS - Pretty much the same as the Wildcat. I'm not sure which of the two I liked better.
ESP Avenger SS - Understable Driver
ESP Predator - Shots that needed to hook hard.
Titanium Mantis - Controlled drives with consistent fading finish.
ESP XL - Straight Drives with a little turn.
X Xpress - Understable Driver
Z Buzzz OS: Forehand Approach Shots
Z Buzzz: Workhorse Mid
ESP Meteor: Straight midrange shots.
Soft Challenger: Putting Putter
Ringer & Zone: Overstable Drives. Not sure which of the two I liked better.
Banger GT: Approach shots of all varieties. Short Drives.
I also carried a Focus and Magent in my bag, but didn't like these putters nearly as much as I liked the Challenger.
Not only did throwing only Discraft satisfy my adequate disc needs, but by testing the Discraft only bag, I also discovered a new "must have" disc -- The Banger GT.
I'd originally tried this putter with the unique groove on the top a few years back, but I only ever really used it as a putting putter. When it comes to approach shots and really short drives, I absolutely love the Banger. The thumb groove allows me to get more spin, and have more control when I hold the disc with my fan grip. After my test rounds, I had to use the Banger in my recent tournament.
Around here locally, Discraft gets a lot of bad rap. There are a lot of disc golfers who feel it is inferior plastic and refuse to throw it. The reality is that most of their discs are at least as good as any other discs out there, and the best thing is that they are actually a little less expensive than most of the other popular brands.