jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.
Timko wrote:When thrown on a lower line, I have a noticeable difference between my midranges and drivers. Also, I have to throw midranges a bit harder to start approaching driver distance.
Loop wrote:I´ve been wondering.
Now don´t get me wrong I'm as excited as the next guy of the Jackal. But I´m kinda failing to see the point of this disc...probably because Í´m a noob.
Some people say Fairways are speed 9-10 these days, and some of the 'normal' fairways are in this speed category, i.e. the Teebird, too. So this would make discs like PD, TD, Valkyrie, SOLF...and so on, Fairway Drivers. And thats cool, that seems legit.
My question is, whats the point of a real speed 7 driver, when you can achieve same distances with midranges? Or almost even with some putters...
Now I can understand slow drivers like the Banshee, very stable with a strong dependable fade. But what possible use could a slightly understable real speed 7 fairway driver have?
Or do most of the people have a huge gap between their midranges and i.e. Teebirds, PDs?
I used to throw the TL a lot, but like Jubuttib, I found it pretty useless when I noticed that my C-MD2s flew only a fraction shorter with half of the fade.
I might be really wrong with all this, I usually am...but I'm just curious.
Mark Ellis wrote:Myth: Climo could beat you with a trash can lid.
Truth: Climo could beat you with a trash can lid left-handed.
Frank Delicious wrote:That would be pretty dumb of discmania to release that style disc with it being so close to the PD which powers down great.
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