JR wrote:With the added oomph you should field test the Truth for distance.
JTdisc wrote:Sweet! Sounds like you're really making progress with the big D drivers.
I don't throw them very often myself, but there are two wide open 575' holes on a local course here that just beg for a Destroyer/Tern/Trespass. I'm often tempted to put them back in the bag. Out of those three, the Destroyer was always my favorite.
If you've got the Destroyer really dialed in you could put that in the bag and hold of on the Terns for a while. It sounds like your Beasts are pretty money in the US distance slot right now and the Tern isn't giving you a reliable distance increase. So keep throwing those Terns in the field until you figure them out and then put them in.
Minimalism is for suckers. Fill up that bag! (J/K I go back and forth every few weeks. Right now I'm in a "carry lots of discs" mode, next month I'll probably be back on the minimalism bandwagon).
UncleBrother2001 wrote:Man I really want to try an FD,but I can't by anything for a while so that's out of the question. I also like my Truth's for this spot in the bag too so I don't know how well that will work. More than likely I'll stick with a Truth,but man an FD just sounds really good.
JR wrote:I hope it is not bad. I had to have surgery and it took a few years until i was able to heel pivot and bracing is iffy. And painful if not done only a few times per session. So i hope the muscle and tendon membranes did not break. Avery Jenkins said that sprains have to heal properly or they will get worse. He mirrored what my doc said to me.
JR wrote:It is good that something positive came out of that injury. It is pretty common for people learning polishing of snap to first reach the same D with less effort before you will learn how to throw farther than before. Once you do that learning also a high speed running while maintaining the great snap is rare but magnificient once it happens. Only very few learn that.
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