No time to play so far this week. I'll get back to you on the FH stuff once I do.
Like I mentioned earlier, I realized I was missing an understable fairway driver that would hold an anhyzer to the ground, but not flip. It seems that I've gotten by without one by cranking over a Teebird. It wasn't until playing a course where I needed to go 200' forward and 75' up, then hard right and down for another 150' that I saw my need for something like a a Leopard.
So....I picked up a few Leopards. I gotta say that the recent runs of Champ plastic have been great. I'm not talking about the Jolly Launcher stuff...which is great in it's own respect. Out of my typical 7 drivers, 4 are in this particular blend, 2 are Star, and one is 11x Champ. All 4 newer Champs are grippy, somewhat clear, and much easier to rip into than the foggy blends of Champ.
It could just be me, but I like it.
Oh and one of my new Leo's is a red champystar 166
excited to break it in