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Old 08-22-2015, 02:28 AM
Ted Bratton Ted Bratton is offline
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Originally Posted by Halcón View Post
Holy OP!

Got a question:

What is the Challenger equivalent to other brands?
Maybe a beadless Yeti, deeper Mercy, beadless slightly shallower Dagger, beadless Ion, or a slightly deeper beadless Wizard.

I have always thrown them a lot, they were one of my first 5 discs. I was really confused when they started to turn over on me because I thought they would always be overstable lol. In my bag I keep a Ti and a Cryztal (interchangable, the Cryztal is actually a bit stiffer), and a D. The premium are great for straight drives and overstable short ups, typical putter shots. They aren't as overstable as I thought they might be years ago before I tried any. The D is the workhorse for short straight ups and turning shots in the woods.

It has a very nice round, thick, substantial, beadless, deep feel. A little deeper than a Wiz, more palm filling. The D plastic tends to be grippy and firm like say an SS, but not very rigid like an S. Maybe the new CT crazy tough Ledgestone fundraisers are stiffer.
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