juju wrote:supreme juju's are fun catch discs, but yeah way too gummy for golf duties
CHING has recently made some interesting production moves, bringing about half of its golf disc molds to the United States. "Prices overseas are inviting for mass production, but we need quicker turnarounds and hands-on development," said owner Mike Holgate. "That's just not possible with manufacturing abroad. We're excited to see the results from our factory in Western North Carolina already, with some tasty Supreme Genesis in the pipeline and several other models in hi-end plastic close behind."
The new Supreme plastic Genesis that Mike refers to offers a pure, high-caliber, 22-cm rim profile, and subtle streamlined Excelerator contours provide exceptional speed and delivery. The Genesis driver reflects several years of patience and development exploring Ching's D.R.A.F.T. technology, finally realized with in-house 3D design and advanced industry 'one-up' prototype testing. The result is a very fast, guaranteed go-to driver for pro-level competitors. Price: $15.99 More info: http://www.ching.us.com
Jelyman wrote:So i picked one of these up....they are really stable, to the point where it kinda reminded me of the Villain.
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