The D Cyclone and DX Gazelle are both similar to the Eagle but slightly slower.jamsisjams wrote:Anyway, what would y'uns recommend for a stable slower fairway driver? Cyclone for its versatility?
The D Cyclone has slightly more turn and slightly more fade than the DX Gazelle, but the difference is pretty small. You'll be fine either way.jamsisjams wrote:Thanks for the replies, guys. I am debating between the Cyclone and the Gazelle. It seems that the Cyclone is generally regarded as more versatile? This is key for me because while my Polaris LS is fantastic in its new state, I can't help but fear the worst when thinking about the flippin' future. I would actually prefer the disc to be a lil overstable (like an Eagle-X) in the beginning but then hit that sweet spot relatively quickly.
I guess now is the time to search for Cyclone and Gazelle comparisons. Anyone care to do the work for me?
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