Thatdirtykid wrote:Ive thrown champ orcs for my distance drivers for a while.
Ive gotten consistant an long with them. Lately Ive lost alittle of that consistancy while learning how to throw my cfr wraith.
If anything, the Wraith is the closest thing to the Orc. This is why i transistioned to it. Here is the deal yo... DX Wraith..... has the most flip to it, Pro.... slightly less, CFR.... small flip, Star... almost non existant when brand new.
Your most likely problem is that this disc is very much a Big Arm disc. You have to have speed and snap, no buts about it. It was a simple transition for me because i was flipping brand new Orcs, and the Wraith solved my problem. Granted, you get about 50ft+ over an Orc with the Wraith, but with practice, you will easily see that the Wraith has more potential as being a main staple driver for the pros in the years to come. With a tail wind i can easily get the disc to fly over 500 feet, and all with minimal s curve flight. Im simply waiting for the end of march to see if i can get a tail wind to send it flying to 600ft.
God bless having an open lake side course with winter/spring 20 MPH + winds! (Makes playing with a putter as your only disc both fun and challenging)