jubuttib wrote:There are three major problems with TW disc golf: The courses are golf courses, not disc golf courses. The putting is ridiculously easy. The discs have no turn and almost no fade. Granted, these are rather crucial things, all of which the Sports Champions DG does better. But I have to say that I get less artifacts (throws that come out wonky for no apparent reason) in the Sports Champions than in TW.
Neither is really all that good, but the Sports Champions is better. For disc golf that is, the golf part of TW whoops the ass of the rest of Sports Champions 100 times over.
I haven't noticed odd flights in TW11.So far every messed up flight i've had i've been easily able to point out where i went wrong. It was always me not the game or the hardware. Ain't your version 10? There might be a difference i haven't tried that.
The putting ain't a no brainer in 11. The discs are like Ion transferred to drivers going 500'. Well i can get a Leo to 360' pretty often in field practice in the summer on a straight line with minimal fade like the TW11 so i wouldn't wonder if a faster straight disc like a Beast (400' tops in air sometimes more with skips) or a Flow or something similar flew like TW11 discs on laser lines for a 500' thrower. It ain't that unrealistic in that aspect. Where it fails is understable and overstable discs.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.