Very slowly starting to consider putting PDs in my bag. I briefly threw them when they first came out but the rim didn't agree with my grip. Now that my grip has changed a bit, and my game has developed even more, I probably should give them another chance.
I'm thinking they will pair with Jackals better than teebirds do, and I want something that is a distance/control tweener driver until I build myself back up to big boy distance discs - if I ever get there.
What should I look for in PDs? I remember the flat PPDs were fairly flippy, are the domes more consistent now? And for CPDs, they don't make them all +mold do they? I don't like that configuration, so I would probably bypass and put a 'flippy' predator back in the bag for that spot. SPDs are talked about to be the most consistent out of the bunch, what are good shapes to look for in terms of dome with those?
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