roman wrote:I think I may have felt whatever you guys are describing in this thread. My average D with a Buzz is 300-350ft. Whatever I did on one of the drives today felt like a damn catapult loading up and then unwinding right at the rip. The Buzz blasted out on the cleanest hyzer flip line I've ever seen. It didn't turn over much, just flipped straight and faded back left 400 feet down the fairway (no wind). That's Beast/Wraith territory for me. Unreal. I couldn't repeat that throw or that feel again. I need to figure it out, because it was great.
Welcome to big "POP" territory. It's a wonderful feeling isn't it? As long as you get the big pop, no matter how many people may be out throwing you still, it doesn't NOT make you a big arm. You get the big pop your a big arm their is no question. Big arms are the same in a matter of getting that pop, they are big arms and that's still fun to watch. Just because someone throws a 500' shot and you throw a 430' shot, your still world class. I mean in consistency. People can throw 500' without it with like a surge or a destroyer or something, but if your throwing a teebird 430' on a line drive, think if you threw a line drive with a destroyer, that's a 500' line drive without using as much fairway as those guys are. But if your getting that big ass pop, I would not recommend a destroyer or a force.
Just because they are overstable does not mean they are high speed stable. Xcaliber people say are overstable pigs, not true, I threw one it flipped like a rockstar's groupie on new years eve after a van halen concert.
High speed stable = true stable.
overstable = gay meditation brainwash session.
is it ok if i start calling you roman N00dles?