x-out wrote:i guess it depends on the definition of a control dirver
soxfan1982 wrote:excalibur should be your very overstable driver and from what i hear the monarch is just suppose to be a faster road runner. i used to throw the roadrunner then my arm outgrew it and switched to the sidewinder for my understable. i have thrown a monarch and the one i threw was light so it reminded me of a slightly beaten runner brand new. so you should only need one of those two discs
cmlasley wrote:x-out wrote:i guess it depends on the definition of a control dirver
Now, don't start that again.
nickster9224 wrote:I smell HEAVY amounts of OAT.
GorillaTactics wrote:Yeah, kind of funny how people can make a diagnosis without ever having seen you play. While I don't find Destroyers to be super consistent, if they work for you then who cares? throw what you like.
Roy wrote:maybe they are going on the knowledge that nobody they have ever seen play or anyone they have read about (until now), would consider a max weight destroyer a control driver...
x-out wrote:teebirds fly similarly to a destroyer in flight and distance,
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