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So would this be a good headwind driver for arms in the 300-325' range? I've been using a firebird and rhyno for longer and shorter headwinds and trick shots and I would like to consolidate into one mold if i could.
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mason65 wrote:So would this be a good headwind driver for arms in the 300-325' range? I've been using a firebird and rhyno for longer and shorter headwinds and trick shots and I would like to consolidate into one mold if i could.
It's worth a try. I don't use it in the very strongest of headwinds though because it may then turn too much before coming back in a hard fade. The thing that makes it predictable is the fade. Even if it turns away a bit too much in headwind, you may still be rescued by the hard fade.
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I use my Trident as a headwind driver a lot. It's never turned over on me, even into a pretty heavy headwind. I throw in the 430-450 range on the course. I may have one of the really overstable ones, I'm not sure. It's fairly new though. It's not as overstable as my xXX though. I could throw that into a hurricane and it would still fade.
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