I guess my fr shock was among the more stable of the first runs. I always liked to throw my Avenger on an easy low anny. It would cut right, hold a long straight line before sitting down nicely in the middle of the fairway. It was easy to control and didnt have to try and power up to generate 300+ distance.
This is the shot the fr shock excels at over the volt. While the volt is longer, it just seems easier to predict the placement and fade with the shock.
Idk if its the layoff from not being able to thorw my discs for 6 months, or the air pressure/resistance/lack of humidity or what, but I use to be able to thorw my avengers 350 easily.
But here I'm barely reaching 300ft with anything. I'm barely getting 330 out of my nuke.
The actual disc golf course it suppose to open up this week (if the ground has thawed enough) it will be nice to actually play a couple rounds pitting my shock vs the volt. I have a lot of fresh neutron plastic to try out lol.