JR wrote:It's impossible to know about your preferences flight line wise and grip wise so you need to test them out. If the Rhyno feels awful in the hand chances are you won't use it long term. Rhyno is good for limiting distance. It is quite straight at high power still giving a lot of user error protection and powered down fades nicely more than the Aviar you have. So for differently shaped courses it can be helpful. I haven't thrown Hydras so i don't know about that. My FD may have been a lemon but i'm not buying another one unless i first can loan one that flies well. Roady would overlap hard with the FD because the FD is deceptively long despite being slower. Roady is in between Bliz Boss and the PD in distance. What happens on BH throws with the Boss?
JR wrote:That is a good description of the usefulness of the Rhyno in short but they are even better than that.
JR wrote:The length of my shortest post ever was:"!". I've also used equally short smileys.
I left a cliff hanger about the Rhyno on purpose to make you even more curious. As in get one to find out for yourself The Rhyno doesn't seem to get enough praise outside of here and i may be the most rabid Rhyno fan here anyway. I used it even as my main putter for around a year but as a drive and approacher it is much better. While it doesn't make my regular bag any more it comes along on windier days and depending on the course i'm on. And i use a slew of putters because of the tight holes and often short enough holes that are reachable with putters. In that slew of putters Rhyno has a second tier staple status meaning it is first tier depending on the conditions.
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