nice drive kid wrote:Big D Drivers: 370-380ft
175 Champion Destroyer - headwind and hyzer distance (mostly forehand)
171 Star Destroyer (beat straight) - perfectly straight with slight fade at the end (80% of backhand drives)
Jesse B 707 wrote:but to add something constructive id consider swapping out your Monarch for something truly understable at your distance, id recommend a star RR or sidewinder, a monarch can overlap with a beat destroyer at your D, id also toss in a champ FB for something that will stay beefy longer than the DX, and put in a DX TB instead of that awful Kite. just my opinions
looks great other than those things though
Triplebogey wrote:I don't know what people who throw under 400' see in the Destroyer. I'm at the same power level as you, and I was rather unimpressed by the Destroyer. It didn't go any further in a headwind than a Monster, and didn't go futher downwind than a Pro Starfire. It took a LOT of anny to get anything out of it for me. I've got a first-run proto Star stamp StarDesstroyer for anyone who'se interested. :-/
nice drive kid wrote:Ok... not a proud moment for someone who deals with measurements and surveying for a living, but here goes.
So I knew there was something wrong with my distance estimates because I know that I've parked holes over 400 feet before. I was talking with my buddy about my field testing and mentioned that I've been throwing on a 120 meter field and that my throws were going past the opposite goal post. He then asked me what my D was, and, like most Americans, said 360 feet. Except a meter is 39 inches, not 36. So from goal to goal, my testing field is 393.7 feet. Updating my distance:
Big D Drivers: 410 - 420 ft
Fairway: 390 - 400 ft (although lately my *TB has been flying farther than anything I have, including beat Destroyer and Boss)
Midrange: 370 - 380 ft
Putter: 320 - 330 ft
Damn metric system.
marmoset wrote:Is that 380' with a Gator?
What is the putter? M or E Wizard?
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