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Discwing
Quarter K

Type: Driver
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Quarter K
Flight Rating Category Value What Discwing says:
Our first disc, the Quarter K driver draws maximum performance from the golfers throw.

The aerodynamic enhancements redefine what a golf disc can be capable of.

We've looked at every aspect of the disc and haven't stopped until improvements have been made at every point, leading to a disc with improved usability that sustains flight velocity and extends the range.

These advances enable the golfer to achieve a longer, straighter drive immediately.
Maximum Flight Speed
Resistance To High Speed Turn
Amount Of Low Speed Fade
Propensity To Fade
Glide
Relative Distance
Qualitative Analysis Value
Recommended Skill Level
Predictability
Uniformity Of Break In Period
Overall Durability Description of the Ratings System.



Player Reviews

Posted: 12-23-04
Submitted by Neil "Bruce" Webber bruce_disc@yahoo.co.uk
The QuarterK is a very fast, very long range driver. The mold for this disc is different to anything currently on the market, the key difference being that the lower half of the rim is convex, rather than concave (think a bullet profile, rather than the traditional 'talon-shaped' profile). Due to this, comparisons to other discs are very tricky. I throw around 450' off the tee, using a 170g DX Beast by preference, though I can reach similar distance with a Teebid or a Firebird if I get them right. Using the QuarterK (also around 170g), I've broken 500' on a number of occasions. For my best throws with it, I've released it on a fairly steep hyzer and it comes up over flat and into a HUGE left-to-right glide phase, before fading out hard at the end of its flight. My initial thought was that it was maybe too flippy, but I never seem to actually over-flip it. Even when I think I have, it's almost like it can't actually turn over more than a set amount. I've seen a couple of lower power players throw this disc, players who throw Valks as overstable, and they seem to struggle with it, as it fades out of their anhyzer too fast.


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