CatPredator wrote:discspeed wrote:Have you thrown the Anodes yet?
Yes. Your description of them is accurate. However, I'm very comfortable with my various Aviars. Isn't that what 99.9% of a short game is all about? I'm not worried about squeaking a little extra glide or distance out of my putters, and for those situations where I do really want to lay into a putter and have a little more stability and durability, I carry an Ion.
As for the salesman comment, I wasn't trying to incriminate you or anything, but don't you work at clearwater and get free discs from MVP? In any event, I realize you do all this stuff just because you like to, and for that I say, Thanks! I love reading about all this new plastic that you try because I rarely buy new discs myself. My bag has been relatively static for several years. The PD and Ion are actually the two discs that managed to sneak in, thanks in no small part to all the hype you've helped to build on the ol' series of tubes.
edit: a funny side note to that last bit; I get a kick out of going out to my courses here in MN and playing with guys who are throwing a bunch of MVP, a Sword, and the PD. You know you found a DGR lurker. You're definitely doing more than your share to move these discs off the shelf. I see discspeed clones with some regularity.
money 21 wrote:Good understable approach disc.
Roc Lover wrote:You mean, as hard as you can relative to the disc youre throwing?
JR wrote:I think this disc could be the king of pushing through straight hyzer or anny. So it may have issues moving sideways out to different distances. It glides nicely when hyzered and annied but i'm not sure about the ability to fine control the amount of sideways movement with two feet increments out to every distance. Distance is big indeed with this baby so some may not like the wide distance range if they want to use one disc for putter drives with fine control in sideways positioning and distance control.
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