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ThrowaEnvy 09-12-2021 02:51 AM

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Originally Posted by mrcheviot (Post 3752854)
In the recent AMA at Maple Hill James Conrad said the next disc (or the following) in the JC line would be a fairway driver, 8 speedish. Anyone have any info?


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He can just pick one of the unreleased ones and get it stamped as his next signature disc...

hawgdriver 09-12-2021 02:53 AM

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Originally Posted by mas30066 (Post 3752720)
and a Pyro (using it more like I think most folks would use a Zone?)

I like it. Makes perfect sense. What plastic?

mas30066 09-12-2021 08:24 AM

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Originally Posted by hawgdriver (Post 3752865)
I like it. Makes perfect sense. What plastic?

The current run of prism proton. Not sure the prism adds anything but pretty. The proton tends to be a little beefier, and this is definitely a straight to left (like a Reactor thrown hard but at 50 or 60% distance) where the Entropy gives me a mellower, bendier approach. Still getting comfortable with both.

mrcheviot 09-12-2021 12:16 PM

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Originally Posted by ThrowaEnvy (Post 3752864)
He can just pick one of the unreleased ones and get it stamped as his next signature disc...

Could, but doesn't seem that he rolls that way. Talks about how Nomad was made for his hand comfort and how much he enjoyed being involved in design process. Plus Cypher/???/ are already announced as 7's.

My guess is the new JC disc will be a legit MVP Teebird3. Something that slots between Reactor and Photon. Volts aren't it, Craves aren't it, and there's a gap between Resistors and Teslas.

I'm psyched that it'll likely be filled by either the Cypher or (by my guess) the JC disc.

mas30066 09-12-2021 06:29 PM

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Fission Wave content: personal best tee shots on Oregon Silver 12 and 15 in Marietta today. Both holding steady anhyzer for the duration. Finally getting a good feel for the release angle and loving this disc.

Moose33 09-12-2021 06:45 PM

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Originally Posted by mas30066 (Post 3753006)
Fission Wave content: personal best tee shots on Oregon Silver 12 and 15 in Marietta today. Both holding steady anhyzer for the duration. Finally getting a good feel for the release angle and loving this disc.

Thatís a great spot for 15, especially considering that big tree to the front left of the green.

I did Frog Rock and Deerfield this weekend. Testing out the Recator. It seemed to love taking as much power as I could give it and went on a rope.

hawgdriver 09-12-2021 09:26 PM

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Originally Posted by mas30066 (Post 3752873)
The current run of prism proton. Not sure the prism adds anything but pretty. The proton tends to be a little beefier, and this is definitely a straight to left (like a Reactor thrown hard but at 50 or 60% distance) where the Entropy gives me a mellower, bendier approach. Still getting comfortable with both.

This is the Pyro I have as well, so we are talking about the same disc. Definitely a Zone-like, but I wonder if it has longer legs on hard anny-flex lines (especially FH).

seedlings 09-12-2021 09:29 PM

Reactor my artist daughter made for my birthday!

(Cross posting because awesome is awesome)

https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...1&d=1631496341

mas30066 09-13-2021 09:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Moose33 (Post 3753007)
Thatís a great spot for 15, especially considering that big tree to the front left of the green.

I did Frog Rock and Deerfield this weekend. Testing out the Recator. It seemed to love taking as much power as I could give it and went on a rope.

Agreed. I thought initially that Iíd landed just right of that tree and didnít see the skip/scoot until I got up there. Iíd have been thrilled with the first result as that magnolia up left by the driveway typically functions as a disc magnet.

What did you think of Frog Rock? Only visited once but found it a slightly more compact and confusing version of Deerfield. That said, it does seem like an excellent venue to feel out a midrange.

Moose33 09-13-2021 10:20 AM

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Originally Posted by mas30066 (Post 3753112)
Agreed. I thought initially that Iíd landed just right of that tree and didnít see the skip/scoot until I got up there. Iíd have been thrilled with the first result as that magnolia up left by the driveway typically functions as a disc magnet.

What did you think of Frog Rock? Only visited once but found it a slightly more compact and confusing version of Deerfield. That said, it does seem like an excellent venue to feel out a midrange.

Frog rock is nice, I used to play there whenever OP was too crowded in the days before Etowah and Deerfield.

In the longest layout(blue/blue) itís a challenge but not punishing. A lot of holes in the 350-450 range that are par 3s and the only par 4s are 500+.

Overall not bad but the wooded nature is the only real challenge since itís flat and there is only the small creek for OB. Nice for a change of pace though, and since the final week of there Deerfield league is this week I wanted to play that style of golf to prepare.


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