Jeronimo wrote:I had planned to go do exactly that, play a one disc round with it at Pyramids at Marshall Street today. The defense industry had other plans for me though...
I've got a couple holes in mind in my local area where I want to try this sucker out too. Mike, take your Gold Line one and slam it into a few tree's and report back. My impressions of the Gold Line Core were that it lost a noticeable amount of stability after I played a one disc round with it. It's not changed much since that round.
RS39 wrote:I have not thrown the Fuse yet, but have GL comments.
Are your GL and Opto Fuses shaped just like the other?
FWIW my GL Vision is much higher PLH and flatter than my friend's glitter Opto Vision. I've hit plenty with it since fall and have not noted any flight changes.
PS- The stack of Fuse, Wasp, Aurora, Comet, Core is just taunting me.......
rooneytunes wrote:Does anyone have Fuses besides Marshall Street? I've been looking and coming up with nothing.
discspeed wrote:I just got back from the course and many Fuse throws. It is like a slightly slower Buzzz with more glide and a lower cruising speed. As much as I like my 5 mold bag, the Fuse is getting a temporary spot in place of my X Buzzz (which I've yet to really develop a good relationship with). It holds annys so well that I'm already better with it than I was with my X Buzzz (which is all sort of bent now after a tree hit yesterday off the tee). Stability-wise the Fuse is very similar to the Buzzz...Only a slight turn on a hard throw and it turns slow and holds the line. Its easier to throw with touch than a Buzzz, so I also liked that part of it. With the wind it was an absolute champ, flying straight and easy with a little snap. Into the wind it was not the best, but it was still workable as the turn was slow. Definitely better than a Comet into the wind.
I predict DGR is going to go bonkers over this disc. All of you guys are going to want to throw one. I'm impressed, more so than I have been with the Core or any other mid in the last couple years. There aren't any other discs out that fly quite like it, and it is good at a lot of things. Its going to be a hit with lots of people though, because its comfortable in the hand like a Buzzz, but easier to throw.
I threw the GL one today too, but all I have to say is that I would probably like it fine if I'd never thrown the Opto Fuse, but since I have it just seems to pale in comparison. Goldline Fuse = meh, Opto Fuse = glidelicious.
ION|JOKERi|MD2|TD|PD|SwordParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
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