My secret weapon: Pro Destroyers. Review by Nicolai
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The best selling distance driver mold ever.
Now I honestly could just stop there, because that sentence alone should tell you that there's a very good reason that is the case. And I can assure you that it's a lot more to do with the disc itself, not just that it has maybe the best name a disc of this type has ever been given (if it has anything to do with the naval ships of the same name, im unsure, but it very well might do - they fill a similar role).
Personally, I love Destroyers and so do thousands of others (not to mention every single pro player on the Innova team roster). But in particular I love Pro Destroyers.
Why? Because in the hand it just feels right, BH or FH. Others come close but I'd recognise a Pro Destroyer blindfolded.
The plastic is grippy, firm yet gummy (again, colour seems to play a part in this for me, but if it's actual or psychological I don't really know), and it beats in to a wonderful sweet spot where you arrive st that perfect mix of a touch more high speed understability, a touch less low speed fade, and a ton of more glide (much more for those of us with regular to advanced arm speed). Once there, it holds it, and while it may not stay there for as long as a Star or Champion plastic, if you cycle two or three discs then you'll have your go-to distance and forehand slot covered for at least two seasons.
Get them around the 170g mark for optimal BH bombers. Up to and including max weight to wonderful FH discs. Which colours are best you'll have to find out for yourself (I have three). (Posted on 5/16/2017)