New disc golf players quickly realize that making a disc “magically disappear” is much easier than they would like to admit. Fortunately, Discmania’s slower speed, over stable fairway driver ‘The Magician’ should help prevent this from happening. The magic here is in the predictability of the disc's flight pattern relative to your arm speed. For me, it consistently held the angle that I threw it on. It seemed to want to fly straight with a predictable fade out at the end. There’s value in predictability.
The Link has a shallow feel in the hand. When compared to a P2 or P1x it is much shallower. The flight plate is very flat. The P2 and P1x flight plate continue to get deeper as you go from the inner rim towards the center of the disc. The Link is very close to the same depth as the inner rim form the rim to the center of the disc. I’d compare it to a Judge in terms of depth.
The Method has a slightly Domey flight plate with a rounded upper rim. The bottom of the rim is concave and connects to a bead on the bottom of the disc. The bead is not as pronounced as other beaded midranges but when compared to the MD3 & MD4 the bottom of the rim (the bead) is much more blunt and rounded.
OverviewThe P3X from Discmania is an overstable putter. It only comes in the S-Line plastic because it is meant to be used as a driving putter. A disc you throw off the tee on those shorter holes where you need the disc to sit where it lands. The overstability of the P3X gives the disc a very predictable flight. It has a consistent fade at the end of its flight so you know where it is going to land regardless of wind. It doesn't have a lot glide so if not thrown at a fast speed it will fall like...