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Disc Review



Gateway Disc Sports
Warlock

Type: Putt and Approach
Diameter: 21.0cm
Available Weights: 140-175g
Plastic: S series

Warlock
Flight Rating Category Value What Gateway says:
The Gateway Warlock, one of our newest additions, is the same disc as the Wizard but without the signature bead. As a result, the Warlock is dead-straight stable out of the box and behaves like a broken-in Wizard, and has a later low-speed fade when thrown hard. A great putter to complement your Wizard.
Maximum Flight Speed na
Resistance To High Speed Turn na
Amount Of Low Speed Fade na
Propensity To Fade na
Glide na
Relative Distance na
Qualitative Analysis Value
Recommended Skill Level na
Predictability na
Uniformity Of Break In Period na
Overall Durability na Description of the Ratings System.


Player Reviews

Posted 07-20-07
Submitted by PowerFlicker Disc Weights: 178g
Plastic:SSS
Review: The Super Stupid Soft Warlock is, IMO, superior to the Wizard. The new SSS plastic is as firm as the SS, but it has a sticky feel to it. I not only use it as my one and only putter, but it is an excellent approach disc. At low speed, this disc drops like a rock; but if you put a lot of power behind it, it becomes more stable. If I'm looking at a >250' hole with a straight shot at the basket, I'm pulling out the Warlock.
Posted 06-17-07
Submitted by Michael Noth anubis380@yahoo.com
Location: Cedar Rapids, IA
Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 450
Disc Weights: 174
Plastic:SS
Review: I just purchased one today and I have to say I am quite impressed with it. Very straight putter, can take a good head wind as well. the rim feels like an aviar, but the tackiness is comparable to a JK. Dont let the supersoft label throw you off, this is a stiff disc but it is tacky just like the JK Aviar. Very good putter for arc putting,too.
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