It was like i described it. The Star Wedge 17something was thrown only a couple of times in the field and flew well then it was a in a bag filled with discs in a comparison test and once i got to it it had retained the original shape as far as i could tell but instead of a need of around 5 degrees of initial hyzer to flip to flat it needed around 40 and never locked to flat on similar feeling shots despite dozens of attempts. Squirrely discs aren't for me so i dropped that. I hope others have better results and Innova manages to make these consistently durable. I don't recall who it was here that said that had some like mine and some that broke in like any regular disc. I wish i had had those because i like how the new Star Wedge feels and throws. Harder champ would warrant a new test for me. DX Wedge 149 was a joke
No surprise there it acted like it should getting to squirrel city after a few throws.
The longest putter drive i've ever made on flat ground was 330' something with minimal rear wind. A very tight almost perfectly straight s-curve with probably less than 4' of lateral movement before the fade. I think less but can't recall exactly. The fade is surprisingly hard especially with shorter shots and is reminiscent of mids rather than that of other putters.
I have small enough of a hand to grip the Wedge and the thinness and the small wing probably allows better leverage with the fingers than with other discs so i can hold on to it better and snap harder than any other disc. It may also be a contributing factor to the long distances i got from it with the best tosses. Surpassing 300' was easy and didn't require a great shot. Until the disc broke in to flippy in a jiffy. After that long tosses was a lottery of getting the disc to stop at flattish but it could land anywhere from 50' left or right to anything in between. So not usable at all unless forced to either hard left and hard right and even then it wouldn't be that accurate or repeatable. Just not a golfable disc at all in that stage of wear.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.