victorb wrote:jubuttib wrote:Hmm, probably a +mold, should turn for you.
are all of the C-TDs still plus mold?
Negative, Ghost Rider.
Anode|ION|JOKERi|MD2|FD|TD|PD|LEGENDaParks 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.
TD's on the whole don't have that much turn and are pretty stable, until they're beat.linkinparkervii wrote:I picked up a c-td and it was the + mold. I found it had very little turn and was pretty stable which surprised me
I don't know, they've been pretty close actually. P1 Putter is self explanatory, P2 Pro Putter is accurate since most pros seem to like the added overstability, MD1 and MD2 are indeed mid ranges so... yeah, GM Greater Midrange fits because it is quite fast for a mid range, the original CD Control Driver was indeed a great control disc, the mold change ruined it though, PD and PD2 Power Drivers are definitely fitting, DD and DD2 Distance Drivers likewise, FD Fairway Driver fits also because it is indeed a fairway driver first and foremost despite the distance potential, and even the TD is at it's best as an understable driver, it just requires a bit of beating in (some are out of the box understable though, definitely). In the realm of understable drivers the TD though is definitely on the more stable side, but that's actually the exact reason I like it. It doesn't really like to fade much and rides the turn great, and also isn't terribly touchy so it's harder to accidentally burn and turn.linkinparkervii wrote:Maybe they should stop calling their discs by what theyre supposed to do and just have stock names. IE jackal, psyscho, craze.... since they are usually wrong with the naming
JHern wrote:If your putter isn't your favorite disc, get a new putter.
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