I have this theory. I am hoping the DGR community could prove or disprove it. The people who have been reading the overstable Roadrunners thread are now rolling their eyes
My theory is that the height of the parting line is an easy way to tell which disc will be more overstable.
Take 2 newish discs of the same mold and place them both on a flat surface so their noses are kissing. I say newish because the parting
lines are much easier to see when they are newish. The higher the parting line
the more overstable they are. Throw these discs and see if my theory is right. There is more visible variation between parting
lines on the faster drivers so that might be the easiest thing to try this on.
So far it has worked for the few molds that I've tried it with. Tell me I'm right, tell me I'm wrong, or tell me to shutupanddropitalready!
Golf is a lot of walking, broken up by disappointment and bad arithmetic. ~Author Unknown