jubuttib wrote:Very understable discs do weird things when you don't throw them hard enough to burn 'em. They don't want to fade at all and go a long ways. I used a DX Sidewinder for very limited motion forehands. Easiest and straightest 150' I ever saw.
BrotherDave wrote: Yeah, the guy who films a lot of the Clash vids (can't remember his name, he looks like the head henchman from the Venture Bros)
Thatdirtykid wrote:So a while back I found a 150 X-Clone and gave it to my wife. She likes it for overstable approaches. She also has a 150 Dx banshee but she feels they fill different roles. What in production disc would be a suitable 150 replacement for the X-Clone. I threw it a few times, and it goes really straight and has a bit of glide and very predictable fade. I would be throwing a Teebird for very similar lines when I used to throw a lot of 150 stuff.
marmoset wrote:I don't think 160g putters will put too much stress on your body unless you are trying to drive 300' with them.
Glad to hear things are going well for you!
SkaBob wrote:Wait, what? You guys are so beat up that you even consider a Comet hard on the body?
SkaBob wrote:I thought you were younger than me!
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