Re: Ask Dave D Here
Dave, I seem to notice a trend (I think) at least with your company and Gateway.
Are understable to straight discs the "new era" in disc technology? Have you "ran the gauntlet" of overstable discs and feel that there is enough overstable plastic out there and that players desire less stable discs. For example, all the new Proline discs are less stable then their counterparts, the Sidewinder, Coyote. Gateway has the Element (similar to a Roc) and a driver which the name elludes me.
Personally, I would like to see Innova make an overstable midrange in the 180 weight size. I love the Gator, but that is too overstable for the 350ft range like the Roc, and the gator is a smaller disc. However the Roc while it is a great disc is still pretty much a straight disc. I am talking about something you can just really crank on and not have it flip over. Or do you think that coming out with an overstable 180 size midrange would hinder sales of the Champion Rocs (the Champ Glo Rocs are a great driving midrange).
Just wondering your thoughts on this one.
My putter doinks harder then yours!