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Broken Shoulder 06-04-2019 06:28 PM

OP, you should add the Scale to your list.

Streets 06-04-2019 06:28 PM

Pig probably

ThomasOrion 06-04-2019 06:33 PM

Element Discs IRIDIUM - which is now the AGL- Manzanita --- or the Reptilian Disc Golf SCALE which is a Wizard bottom and a more OS lower glide top. or Reptilian DG SERPENT which is a MAgic bottom more OS low glide top. the two I really prefer are the IRIDIUM/MAZANITA and the SERPENT. If you want OS I'd say find an iridium,manzanita or scale. Straighter but still STABLE the Serpent. the Low glide and comfort on approaches is awesome.

I did a youtube review of the Iridium, its easy to find on youtube. but yeah low speed, low glide, mostly OS disc is REALLY helpful.

SD86 06-04-2019 06:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Broken Shoulder (Post 3458296)
Zones aren't slow, you weirdos.

Quote:

Originally Posted by tbird888 (Post 3458299)
Or all that low on glide.

We can debate what constitutes "slow" and whether the Zone fits. But the Zone is definitely low on glide.

Moose33 06-04-2019 06:36 PM

Stego man, there is nothing more overstable or glideless. It’s faster than some you could mention but it’s the best there is at what it does.

Also a big Harp fan, but it’s got some glide in it.

The Albatross 06-04-2019 06:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Broken Shoulder (Post 3458296)
Zones aren't slow, you weirdos.

Quote:

Originally Posted by tbird888 (Post 3458299)
Or all that low on glide.

They are, compared to everything else out there. Re-read the language used in the OP.

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Originally Posted by racer93 (Post 3458289)
Why do you even need one? Just learn to throw your putters well. If the wind is ripping, disc up to the equivalent of a gator. I don't even own an overstable putter/approach disc...

As someone who throws Wizards into the 300 foot range on the regular, I can say that there is absolutely a use for overstable approach discs.

tbird888 06-04-2019 06:37 PM

Nope. I read the OP just fine. Have you thrown a Berg or a Rhyno? They don't go anywhere your arm can't get them. Zones will carry.

The Albatross 06-04-2019 06:40 PM

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Originally Posted by tbird888 (Post 3458312)
Nope. I read the OP just fine. Have you thrown a Berg or a Rhyno? They don't go anywhere your arm can't get them. Zones will carry.

Re-read my post as well then. I threw the Rhyno for 8 years. The Z Zone is more overstable and has less glide.

biscoe 06-04-2019 06:54 PM

I used to throw the zone (which was definitely more OS than the rhyno for me), now i use the A3. It is a touch faster than the zone and a bit less OS but still pretty darn dumpy. The A2 is imo a tad faster than the zone as well but more OS- I would use that but find the A3 more comfy. The A1 is so OS I can't figure out anything to do with it.

mostlynorwegian 06-04-2019 06:57 PM

A Pig in r-pro is happy to eat that dirt for you as your overstable disc that behaves like a brick.


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