porkchop wrote:There is one line and one line only, the Hyzer line. Just throw a stable to over stable putter up over the roof of the shelter and it will land under the pin. Annny line.........ghstinshll wrote:Is there a specific technique you like to throw w/ your Drones? Spike Hyzers? Hole 1 in Norwalk is short, but theres an anny route, and a really thin line for a hyzer, if you can get it to drop/fade hard enuogh.
AO wrote:I have gotten a chance to throw the FLX Drone a lot lately. Talk about a work horse. Great in the wind and TONS of stability. Also, the flx plastic in this disc isn't soft as other flx discs. I can maybe get this disc to go 300 feet when i rip it on a high roller angle.
AO wrote:Drones have been shipped and are to be at my home Wed. If they do arrive on time I will try to get your orders to you by Fri or Sat.
Earlier this year, we released the LE FLX Drone... which got snapped up and sold out in two days! Here's your chance to support the 2008 Pro/Am World Championships and score this durable and sweet looking overstable midrange.
Only 1000 made. Included with your purchase is a bonus Ultra Light ESP Buzzz, which you can use to win free airline tickets at the Kalamazoo Kings / Discraft Baseball Night at the World Championships on August 15th.
Stability Rating: 2.6
Weight Range: 164 - 178
Worlds LE FLX™ Drone™ is available exclusively at Gotta Go Gotta Throw, official retailer of Worlds 2008.
AO wrote:DD has FLX Crystal Drones?! Also has the same in Nukes and Challengers. Plus FLX test run Wasps, ESP Nuke SS and Z Glow Commets. I don't know of team members who have some of these discs. Jeremy must be spending a nice chunk of money.
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