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Old 03-16-2015, 03:36 PM
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After some seasoning, the TP Worlds are distance machines. They go far and get there very fast.

I've been using mine for FH and BH and they work very well for both. No experience in major headwinds just yet, but typical windspeeds it's quite alright.

If you've got the arm for it, I highly recommend it.
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Old 03-16-2015, 04:33 PM
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After some seasoning, the TP Worlds are distance machines. They go far and get there very fast.
I totally agree. But that means that when you get past 425-450, you definitely need another mold to cover your overstable distance shots. I use the Giant, but I'd consider trying the stiletto. What do you guys use as the overstable complement to the World?
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Old 03-16-2015, 05:02 PM
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I totally agree. But that means that when you get past 425-450, you definitely need another mold to cover your overstable distance shots. I use the Giant, but I'd consider trying the stiletto. What do you guys use as the overstable complement to the World?

Stiletto or a Enforcer.
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Old 03-16-2015, 08:13 PM
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Anyone try the Air World? Is it more stable than the Air King?
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Old 03-16-2015, 08:24 PM
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Fo sho - it's my distance driver of choice. I carry two in VIP (nearly identical - one slightly more beefy) and a well seasoned TP. I'm careful with the TP in headwind, but otherwise it's my 400ft+ bomber all day.


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So how are the worlds flying? Anyone break them in to be bombers yet? It seems real fast!!!
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Old 03-17-2015, 12:09 AM
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Worlds don't need to be beat in if you have the power to throw them.

They are ok for a max D driver into a light headwind but definately need a hyzer release.
I throw my calm weather Max D shots with a touch of hyzer on a fairly fresh vip world. I have an opaque VIP I want to beat in and see if I can get a touch more glide in the finish without losing too much predictability.

I threw mine a lot playing a par 70+ event this weekend. Surprised myself and some other guys how consistently they were able to reach some of the longer pins. The more I trust them the less I am throwing my Giants.
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Old 03-17-2015, 12:52 PM
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I have two Worlds in my bag and they are my only distance drivers. 1 is tournament plastic @ 168g and the other is a 172g VIP. The tournament and VIP plastic feel very similar.

I do not have the biggest arm but the world is my longest disc in my bag. I can get the worlds out to 400 feet. The 168g has been worn in for a year and flies longer and more understable then the 172g which is new. My worn world flies 14/4.5/-1/3 where as the new 172g flies more true to the numbers 14/4/0/4.

The world has been in my bag for over a year and I have no interest in trying any other driver. The thing I really love about this disc is how accurate I am with it. I might get some flack for saying this but both of my worlds flight patterns are like extremely long teebirds. I consistently get asked what disc I threw after people see its flight.

I will continue to cycle Worlds and highly recommend the disc!
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Old 03-17-2015, 05:42 PM
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I want to get one beat in to replace my kings (if I can eventually roll them like the kings...) it will take a while with my preference to VIP.

I did have one low plh world that I didn't like, it was more squirrely than my stableish kings.
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World bombs - it get 500' out of it, right on target - pure science baby!
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I use the Enforcer; I find it to be fast and long enough (with a little wear) to compliment VIP Worlds very well. I like the World but I don't trust it in massive headwinds - the Giant (the only one I've got is a flat TP) is a bit too beefy and short for my needs.


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