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Dookville wrote:If you want to go faster and maintain the stability, why wouldn't a Champ Boss or a C-DD2 be a consideration?
Because they are both warp speed and need a bigger arm than I have. Also, not sure I would trust a C DD2 into the wind. PD's should suffice for me until D increases.
- Fairway Surgeon
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....... interested in replacing it since the current one I carry together with the last three I had broke in weirdly fast. Using it when throwing forehand as well as headwind backhand/bombs. Discs such as ]Force, Xcaliber, Quasar, Pulse
etc comes to mind, convince me which overstable fast driver is superior please
Looks like some warp speed plastic is what he might be asking for to me. In which case it not hard to find a Boss that is fast and mucho stable. As far as the DD2 goes, as long as its in C line, it gonna be stable enough, even into the wind.
Every time I've ever tried to implement any of the advice from on here to get more distance on my drives it has ended up wrecking my game completely for a while.
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Max weight Halo.
Superior? No. But a good option among the others.
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