Furthur wrote:JR wrote:jamsisjams wrote:I've never thrown an '86 Softie but I've seen them around. Do these compare to the Whitler, by any chance?
Not really. Softies don't retain height at speeds where Whitler keeps on cruising on a straight line. Even when initially broken in a Softie fades more.
The '86 is an old school putter. While not as overstable as the wizard (magnet, aviar, pretty much anything now a days), it does drop. It does have more glide though, so it's good for floaty type shots.
The Whittler really reminds me of a freestyle disc. I can throw big air bounces with it, and really put it on a rope inside of 100'.
dgdave wrote:Oh yeah, nothing like a 86 or whitler that was mentioned on the PDGA board by Smokey.
dgdave wrote:Still a bit more lss than I wanted. Hopefully with some seasoning it will lose that lss and keep about the same hss.
dgdave wrote:The warlock wasn't that much different than a wiz to me. it will hold a turn over to the ground. When thrown straight it still went left. That on putts, jump puts, and some 100' shots
Jwt4412 wrote:I am always curious when somebody says a new disc makes it into the bag... I always want to know what disc came out?
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