twmccoy wrote: I My pros are also not beating up too badly. .
Smyith wrote:ok so i got my pro wraith 171g today and first impressions im not impressed. weather conditons were not any real factor - light cross breeze.
the fade at the end of the flight is more of a dive into the ground rather than glide type fade. this happened any style that i threw it. i tried 3 different grips with it too.
although it did have great distance even with my bad throws.
this thursday im going to go back out with my friends pro starfire 173g, i tried it again the other day and could wip it far and straight, and compare the 2 and see which one i like best, but will probably keep the wraith in my bag even if i dont end up liking in case i eventually figure how to throw it.
twmccoy wrote:I urge you to not give up on the wraith. Keep throwing it and eventually your arm will adjust to it and it will soar. When I first threw them I was unimpressed, but after lots of practice throws I learned the disc and it has blown past every other driver I've ever thrown. Try to turn it over when you throw it. The disc will start out right and glide forever.
Blake_T wrote:i guess the other part of it is that i don't really like the 40-60' of fade for golf purposes as fade compensation with the wraith forces you to throw a longer shot to land an accurate drive. e.g. throwing 50' to the right + bringing it 50' back to the left on a 350' hole = 450' of distance covered.
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