cmlasley wrote:pask2155 wrote:So how far can you guys throw on average the pd?
360'. 400' on a really good pull. I am no big arm, and throw a Katana about the same, sometimes up to 420', just with less control. A mid 160s PD is going to be about as long as anything for the decent player. It will be a heck of a lot more consistent than the super duper uber hyper new-fangled superdiscs.
In my bag, I like to use a Star TL or DX Teebird for fairway duties, the PD (and SOLF/QOLF) for workhorse, and Blizzard whatevers for open D.
Which lines were those on? PDs pick up tremendous distance s-curves vs line drives. S-curves the PD is not far behind anything but line drives are.
For me line drives vary in distance based on the kind of PD i use. 150 in this mold is perfectly usable disc thanks to the inherent highish HSS of the mold. P PDs break in and fly more understable and C lines are overstable so the spectrum is large. Normally i get 380' tops with line drives and on average around 365-370' and s-curves pass 400' rarely getting to 385-390' more often. More normal s-curves are in the 380-390' range. With bomber discs s-curving at best to 420'. I get better average D from Beasts that are not hard to grip and power like the long bomber discs.