anubis080 wrote:The flick is definitely in between these two discs. I have been throwing an Xcal to test it for forehand and it flips flat and goes straight for a long time. The Flick does not do this, in my opinion. It will keep a RHFH hyzer line if thrown flat. I like forcing anny on it, very consistent S that way since the disc is so shallow. Definitely more beefy than an Xcal. Has potential for the same distance but needs more air to do so.
smalls51691 wrote:mdr will throw it sidearm 400 feet without it being over 15 ft in the air.
SARG27044 wrote:thought the extreme was an overstable driver....
Yeah I picked one up prolly a month after I started playing, could only throw it it 300 ft max so I know where you were coming fromSpikeHyzer wrote:SARG27044 wrote:thought the extreme was an overstable driver....
I think you are right that it was classified as an overstable driver...but I use it as a midrange
And Corey...who the hell is Dodds? Also Corey...laugh all you want...but that is the setup that I used at the DSM Open back in August(No nuke of course)...and I am pretty sure it worked out pretty good then.
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