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rogue 23 50.00%
tsunami 6 13.04%
riptide 0 0%
squall 10 21.74%
shockwave 2 4.35%
aftershock 4 8.70%
reef 4 8.70%
titanic 5 10.87%
blowfly 10 21.74%
other (please specify) 3 6.52%
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Old 06-12-2010, 02:03 PM
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Thinking about making an order. What's most popular?
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Old 06-12-2010, 02:10 PM
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I really like my Squall. Not enough to remove a buzzz, but I liked it alot.
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Old 06-12-2010, 02:34 PM
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I carry an Aftershock, Squall and a few Rogues in my bag. I used to carry a Shockwave and Tsunami. They are all pretty solid discs. If you were to just buy one though, I'd highly recommend the Rogue!
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What are you looking for driver, mid, putter? The Rogue is probably the most popular but its very similar to a Wraith or Surge if you already have one of those it'd be overlap and I wouldn't really recommend any of those drivers to a noob. The other discs (other than the blowfly) are based of other Discraft molds with some tweaks and blend of X and Z plastic.
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I used to throw a rogue, squall and a riptide. I can get great D with the rogue it had great glide, but found that it would get inconsistent on me, sometimes turning over, but loads of fun to watch it fly. I found that the Squall will get under stable quick, less stable than a buzz. It looks like it would go far almost like a short fairway driver, but not so. The Riptide is nice and stable and in my bag the longest. The inside wall is rounded and can slip out of your hand sometimes, but it is stable and flies nice. DGA is made by Discraft and I found more reliability in other brands (Discraft, Inova) and they(Discraft, Inova) are easer to find in all weights.
Short term, fun discs. long term, inconsistent. Try them and let us know.
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Old 06-12-2010, 08:34 PM
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From what i see and hear squall but I have powerdrive gumbputt and it lies straight and sticks on hills which saves pars instead of for sure 4's.
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Our parkinglot salesman sells 'em all. On the course, I see blowflys mostly. Alot of them the deadly venomous type that kick my ass.
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i carry a powerdrive gumbputt. Flies really straight if you dont overpower it. Think of it as a midrange blowfly. Invaluble on hilly shots, stops instantly. you can be very agressive without worry on any shot. best grip available in rain and snow too.
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i carry a powerdrive gumbputt. Flies really straight if you dont overpower it. Think of it as a midrange blowfly. Invaluble on hilly shots, stops instantly. you can be very agressive without worry on any shot. best grip available in rain and snow too.
I am interested in this. Our course is very hilly.
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Rogue.
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