Steady 26542 wrote:The Quasar is my main sidearm disc. I'm getting it beat in as it's a bit too stable for me. The Astra is perfect for me. I can hyzer flip it to a slight S shot. It goes long for me, but then I don't have much arm.
Single L wrote:Picked up an Astra this weekend at Titan while in CR so I threw it a few times tonight before league and decided to make it my long distance starter on all straightish holes (everywhere I would have thrown my slightly seasoned straight pro wraith) for the league round. Well I have to say I like it a lot. Its not nearly as flippy as I was expecting but its faster out of the hand than my wraiths and holds a nice straight to slight turnover line. A little faster and easier to throw than the wraith and not as squirrelly as my seasoned wraith. I was surprised at the low speed stability, but once you learn the lines to throw it on the fade can be worked to your advantage. I'm not sure if it will replace my pro wraiths or not but I do like it a lot.
Steady 26542 wrote:Discgo wrote:I have seen some Sparkle Quantum Astras but not had the chance to throw them yet. From what I hear they fly like a longer QOLS.
That's how I related it on DiscGolfReview. It's not nearly as flippy as the standard Millennium (pro) plastic. I threw a new 164 Q and a 170 M and the Q was a lot more stable. It went 3/4 of its flight straight and then faded. The M flipped pretty easy.
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