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View Poll Results: Do you hate the groove
YES(Always) 221 52.87%
NO(Never) 137 32.78%
SOMETIMES(When it doesnt do what you want it to...but you still throw it) 60 14.35%
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Old 07-23-2012, 12:45 PM
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How can the groove hold a line when it can't even hold a sticky?
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Old 07-23-2012, 12:56 PM
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How can the groove hold a line when it can't even hold a sticky?
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Old 07-23-2012, 01:13 PM
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dx beast is pretty rough in any shape. 8/

now the old stiff dx beasts are a dif story those are $$
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Boss with the Monarch wing....?
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Awesome necro bump!
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There's something fishy about this necro. Recently it's only new users . . .
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Old 05-12-2018, 03:01 AM
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as weedhopper points out, the dx beast is probably the only disc that sucks more than a groove.
Nope they are wrong a Wahoo is that disc, too high dome for a driver to feel good in the hand and a odd flight. Now it does have that it is a Innova driver that floats and people will buy it for that reason mostly. My brother has one after getting tired of having to re-buy every few years a Dragon. However Groove is still #1 sucky disc from Innova And a Wahoo some use for a max S shot throw. However the Wahoo takes a specific amount of power for the disc to work for driving shots more then just a Water disc. I use a Dragon and get a new one every 3 years or so as those discs can also work for a open/more open down wind shot. I might keep my old one to use for my crappy Tomahawk and try thumber/hammer with the old Dragon disc. I am getting a new Dragon soon as my old one is too flippy to work for me.
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