UncleBrother2001 wrote:Have you guys seen on Ebay that someone is selling a St. Patricks day Tern for 40 bucks? That's nutz man
The only reason I really didn't go for the Renegades was 1. I've always felt that the Latitude/Westside/DD flies more understable than what the numbers lead you to believe. 2. I've got so much time and energy wrapped up in my Terns that I don't really want to look for another high speed driver as the Tern suits my style of play better.
Going back to how all the Trilogy plastics fly understable than what the numbers say. I've never threw DD except for The Judge,but I have experience with many Latitude 64 and Westside discs and they fly much more understable than what it says on the disc. My buddy has a DD Escape. He likes it but he says it flies a lot more understable than he thought it would.
My Terns however will stay in my other bag and when I can get to where I can throw the champion plastic 390ft+ all the time then all of them will go back into my main bag. I still have some days where I can throw them great on one hole then on another hole I'm struggling to get it to 390. These are my Champion plastics. My G-Star and Star Tern always throw really good for me. the Champion is just a bit different in feel,but I will eventually get to where I can throw these things great.
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