Fightingthetide wrote:Anyone have experience with red champystars?
Dag wrote:Fightingthetide wrote:Anyone have experience with red champystars?
Of the four FDs I have, a 165g red champystar has the most glide and is second most HSS (difference here isn't much). I currently have it paired with a 175g C FD which I find easier to range.
Fightingthetide wrote:What about LSS?
Fightingthetide wrote:maskedavenger wrote:You hit the nail on the head. I've just been thinking of slimming my bag down to P1 MD2(1 understable, 1 stable) FD PD (1 straight, 1 overstable). Don't really need anything else.
That would work great, if your straight PD is good for max D. I would use P2's (preference), but more importantly, I would add another putter for drives/approaches.
Fightingthetide wrote:Anyone have experience with red champystars? I picked up a 169 with generous dome. Excited to find some time to throw it after what everyone has been saying about this mold in general.
Roc Lover wrote:After a month of experimenting with a pair of 172 blue domey S lines, ive found that these are pretty sweet.
On a hyzer flip theyre pretty consistent, the release angle in relation to how it finishes is also very consistent. At about an 8 o clock release and a good rip you will get a straight flight for about 70 % then a reliable turn, if high/long enough it will fade from this somewhat. At about a 7 oclock release it flips to straight, maybe tracking right very slightly and then a gentle fade as it slows.
On flatter releases it will turn fairly quickly, it flies like a beat sidewinder in this regard, sometimes if high enough it will slow down and fade some but if you keep it low it holds that line to the ground given a decent amount of spin.
A nice disc, fills a hole in my bag, between my Understable mid and my Roadrunner. The fd and roadrunner may overlap if you only use them for straight to understable drives since the fd has so much glide its nearly as long as the RR, for me the road runner holds long S shots and distance turnovers better. The fd excels in the woods for tunnel shots, uphill and low power shots with no ceiling a bit more reliablythan the rr so i have a need for both.
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