I hit the practice field with these yesterday instead of the course so I could air them out. I was getting some HUGE drives with these. There was about a 5-10 mph wind, so nothing huge, but enough to start noticing it.
P thoughts- This thing goes! It was flying almost exactly like my S/DS Destroyers or a longer new P PD. It's like the first run of 175 Pink DGR PDs. A bit of HS turn and a reliable fade. This one always came out of a turn, even into a headwind with a little inital anny. I was averaging 410-420 with it. It also glides great. It just seemed to want to stay off the ground. The durability has also been surprising. I havent had any full on tree whacks, but have skipped it off rough ground, loose gravel and its showing little wear.
C thoughts- Very consistant. Just a hair of HS tracking to the R if thrown flad and hard. No turn or track with some hyzer. When thrown with some torque or initial anny, it will hold that turn about 1/2-2/3 of the flight before panning back with a strong fade. I am surprised at the glide of the C. Not as much as the P, but more than I thought it would have. I had one toss that I torqued over that ended up never going more than 8 or so feet off the ground and ended up at about 430-440. I was averaging right around 400 with these. It's like a force, but has that extra kick of speed, especially into a wind. Forces always seemed to slow way down into a headwind. The PD2 seems to keep it's speed much better. I have mentioned the durability already, but I am a little dissapointed in it. I love the feel, but I guess that's the trade off.
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