Disc Flight Ratings
"Best of" Awards
Type: Putt and Approach
Available Weights: 140-175g
|Flight Rating Category
||What Quest says:
The Crossfire is an extremely straight flying putter that is very easy to throw, and control where you want it to go. It is straighter and less overstable than the wizard and aviar.
|Maximum Flight Speed
|Resistance To High Speed Turn
|Amount Of Low Speed Fade
|Propensity To Fade
|Recommended Skill Level
|Uniformity Of Break In Period
||Description of the
Submitted by John Carder
Location: Nederland, CO
Avg Drive: 225
Disc Weights: 174
Review: I just started about four months ago. Putting has always
been the Achilles Heel of my game. I'm 6'3/230lbs, and tend to
out-drive the folks I play with, but miss the short putts.
I got this disc about three weeks ago (Nike plastic). I'd been using
an Innova Champion Aviar (162 gr) for a putter. I've done MUCH better
since I started using the Crossfire. The Aviar is extremely good at
holding a hyzer, but the Crossfire is much better at simply going
straight. Maybe, when I'm more experienced, and better at this, I'll
go back to the Aviar. But for those 20' or less putts, this Crossfire
seems to fly where I send it and not curve before it gets there.
We play on a thickly forested course in the Rocky Mountains, so it
can be VERY hard on discs. The Nike plastic has held up well. Small
nicks, but nothing unusual.
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