JR wrote:I imagine that the PDGA has exercised some common sense when it comes to the Wizards and the samples they had probably are closer to spec. It is a different matter of getting even a short range shot from a hard putter than an equally hard driver. The cutting power of the round tall edge of the Wiz ain't such a dangerous device compared to a 1.6 mm minimum thick driver leading edge. So the need for controlling harder materials in the Wiz ain't so necessary and the added cost of controlling each disc after the spec approval is impossible cost wise. Or impractical to TDs that need to bend each disc prior to approval. So far only Japanese events weigh used discs. Imagine the hassle of each event doing all tests for all specs.
Push it back on the manufacturers. If a disc for sale is found to not meet the 50% requirement, punish the manufacturer somehow. Stop it at the source, not at the tourney level.
Again, I like my stiff discs and I don't want this particular PDGA fallacy fixed.