chickenonabun wrote:Do these "bad wizards" (which I don't really think are that bad) turn over even if you can only throw them like 250 feet? Cuz I turn over my wizards all the time and I don't have that much power, I want to know if its my OAT issues or the discs.
I think the difference between the older and recent Wizards has more to do with OAT resistance, and dissipation of wobble during flight. If you're throwing with a clean release, you'll never turn a Wizard over. OAT is the only way to turn over any Wizard I've ever thrown (ask my wife: I own a ton of Wizards!). Some are more over-stable, and others are just purely stable. (Note also that its much much harder to throw with a clean release when you're throwing a putter 300'+.)
Distance Drivers: Barsby Boatman, Glow Champion Katana
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