OK, well, this is a super old topic, but i noticed it again the other day. Since i initially started the topic i have gained a lot of acuracy and distance on my drives. my Teebird is a pretty reliable shot for me now, and yet yesterday i followed up each teebird drive with a buzz, and i noticed the same thing as before. the buzz was going almost as far as the teebird every time, sometimes passing it.
its not like i was throwing the TB high and stalling it out, they were pretty decent drives. Both the Buzz and the TB were thrown with a hyzer flip at about 5-15' off the ground, (i throw the buzz a bit lower than the Teebird) and both have a very similar line-drive flight.
is this just because i dont have much power? i was thinking its because the buzz matches better with my arm, is that possible?