JR wrote:MVP is too slick in the rain sorry and i love their stuff. So i carry the Ion for putts and Anode for drives straight with the 168 opaque soft Ion for some right turns. Halfway between Anode and Aviar in the tightness of the turn right. Champ Teebirds are better in the winds than the Rivers. Otherwise River each time for me. GL River is not the tackiest disc in the rain. Eagle plus River probably cover everything the Teebird does. Sword is very close to Destroyers but straighter. You have enough power to use faster longer discs so there's definite D improvement waiting for you. Nuke, Rampage and high PLH domey VIP King are the usual suspects out of the older discs. Now there's Blizzard plastic muddying up the field with light weights with the HSS of 20 gram heavier regular plastic versions of the same discs.
jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.
plex wrote:i have a Nuke SS that i have never thrown, should i take it out for a spin? or should i just get a normal Nuke?
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