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Old 11-27-2018, 02:19 PM
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I already bag a predator... would one of the Glo Z cause too much overlap? I'm looking to buy two Undertakers to fill out my fairway lineup, and don't know if I should go Glo/Ti, Z/ESP, or something else all together.
A good glow Z undertaker will fill a 'beat predator' slot in your bag. Kind of the bridge between a z predator and a normal z undertaker. I think it would pair well with a normal esp undertaker.
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Old 11-28-2018, 10:56 PM
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Anyone know what the stability is like between cryZtal sparkle and glow?
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Old 12-24-2018, 01:45 PM
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Can any compare the undertaker and the 1.1 OLF? I have a small stack of 1.1 SOLFs but I’m afraid they’re going to run out one day.
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Old 01-17-2019, 11:29 AM
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So UT throwers, are TIs usually flippy? I got one of the new PmB ones and it was glideless and US which I thought was odd, but I've only thrown the one so I was wondering if that is the norm or I got a couple freaks (I also have a couple of them I haven't thrown but the PLH matches).
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So UT throwers, are TIs usually flippy? I got one of the new PmB ones and it was glideless and US which I thought was odd, but I've only thrown the one so I was wondering if that is the norm or I got a couple freaks (I also have a couple of them I haven't thrown but the PLH matches).
The few TIs that I have I can give a full rip onto them and they just go straight until they slow down and then they have a little fade. They have no turn what-so-ever.

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Old 01-18-2019, 07:51 PM
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When undertakers beat in do they lose their HSS or LSS first? I took 2 Z's, a Big Z, and a McBeth Ti to the home course this afternoon and threw some made up lines on a few holes. The one shot was an open field but had to hit a 15' wide tunnel 290'ish away. I was able to throw some laser shots 8' off the ground but it was fighting out a bit. I had an X Undertaker with me but unfortunately it was white and I didn't want to lose it in the snow.

I am really clicking with this disc. I was worried that it was going to overlap with my SOLFs a bit but it's much shorter despite the rim width. More like a teebird for me.
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Old 01-18-2019, 08:21 PM
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I was worried that it was going to overlap with my SOLFs a bit but it's much shorter despite the rim width. More like a teebird for me.

The rim width on the Undertaker is in actuality much closer to a Teebird than any traditional "speed 9" disc.

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I agree, it’s probably in that speed 8 category.

As far as beating them in, I have a beat ESP that lost more HSS than LSS. It’s a hyzer flipper now, to a smaller fade. However, I have a FRZ that started of pretty OS (for an undy) that has just straightened out over time, losing The fade more than flipping (although it’s taken a long time... Z is very durable).

I have one Ti, but it’s bright green (idk what I was thinking...) so it doesn’t get thrown much. I find it a little more meaty than a regular Z.
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Old 01-31-2019, 01:43 PM
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Not sure if it’s been mentioned in here yet, but has anyone thrown those GMC jawbreaker undertakers at all? I’d love to try one out because I love the grip + glide of jawbreaker. Use it for my US undertaker slot.
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Old 01-31-2019, 02:00 PM
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Can any compare the undertaker and the 1.1 OLF? I have a small stack of 1.1 SOLFs but I’m afraid they’re going to run out one day.
OLF has more of a faster Eagle flight (think like speed 9.5 Eagle), while the undertaker is a little slower and has both less turn and less fade. (source: I threw 1.1 and 1.2 OLFs for a while back in the day. When the flight pattern changed for 1.3 I got rid of them all)

I'd put the OLF in the faster control driver category, and the undertaker would be more of a traditional fairway driver.
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