Today (October 26th) sets the date for the official release of DD (Hysteria) in C-line material. You’ve possibly been able to buy these from some dealers already and we’ve also done a fundraising project with Australian Disc Golf Championships using this disc among some of our other models. Feedback from the field concerning the C-DD has been great: Here’s a very controllable big distance driver that doesn’t get scared of a little headwind.
The C-DD is your optimal driver for big hyzer shots and dead straight power drives that need to hook left (RHBH) at the end. The First Run C-line material is very durable without being too stiff and it compliments the DD-mold really well. Now, go grab yourself one from your favorite Discmania retailer and find out yourself how the C-line DD can help your game!
Back again! How have you guys been? Last week we did a small article about the PD & PD2 with Jussi Meresmaa shoving how to use them. This time it’s time to give focus on a midrange driver so straight, it has already become a regular in the bag of one of the living legends of the sport.
We’re talking of course about the MD2 Fiend, C-line MD2 in this case to be exact. The Fiend is a disc that allows a player to shoot those controlled laser-line straight midrange shots that stick on the fairway. Control is the key when it comes to straight midranges, and the MD2 has got plenty of it. Now it’s not the most stable midrange driver out there, there are other discs for that job (the Gremlin for example), but it will hold any line you choose to give it. It’s a disc that takes a shot or two to master, but after that were pretty sure you won’t be willing to ever leave it out your bag anymore.
Check out this vid with John Rae from team Discmania shows you some moves with it:
As it hasn’t been announced before, here it comes: John Rae is an up and coming disc golfer with a solid track record bombing those 1000+ rated rounds mainly in the Cali region. John has been playing with our plastic for quite some time now and he felt like the right pick for our team as an ambassador of Discmania Golf Discs with his sportmanship and good reputation on and off the course. So welcome John, we’re happy to have you!
Final message this time comes from the Clint Eastwood of Disc Golf, a true legend of the sport. As you may or may not know, most Innova players are allowed to play with Discmania discs and Ken Climo is one of the guys taking advantage of this possibility. Here’s Ken with his favourite Discmania Disc: the C-line MD2!
So yeah… If it’s not yet been established as obvious, we are VERY stoked about the new C-line that’s been out for a couple of weeks now. We are not the ones picking favorites here, but if you haven’t had the chance to make acquaintances with the PD (Freak), we think you should totally check it out. Praised as the perfect number one driver, this disc in it’s various forms (P,S,C) is so versatile there is a number of people out that basically fill their driver section of the bag with just PDs.
So without further a due: Here’s Jussi showing how to avoid a water hazard with a new C-line PD:
Another disc gathering a substantial amount of buzz around it is the all-new PD2 (Chaos), which could be easily referred as a bigger brother for the PD. The PD2 is not a choice for a beginner, but will come in handy in various situations for an experienced player. With a 12,4,0,4 -flight characteristic rating, the PD2 is made for those huge bombs, both backhand or sidearm.
Check below to see how Jussi does it:
Our Power Drivers (PD&PD2) are all about control, no matter what the weather is like outside. So if you think you could add a little control to your game, try them out! We’re pretty sure you won’t be disappointed.