Wednesday, May 25, 2011

The Manhatten Project

I finally took the Nuke out for a walk the other day. It was getting late in the day, and I decided my time would be better spent destroying my arm getting ready for the Bachelor Weekend of the Century than playing a few holes. I hit up the local baseball diamond to do some drive work.

Seeing as I had had the Nuke for awhile now and hadn't taken it out of the bag yet, I figured it might be a good time. Not going to lie, it was all it was cracked up to be. If I feel comfortable enough with the disc, someday I may write a review on it, but for now, let me just say that it was a very positive first impression. Very fast out of the hand, decent fade, and not a whole lot of turn to it, making it a very predictable disc (at least in the few times I gave it a whirl).

We should have more to report next week as the King and I will be hitting up the new course in South Sioux City (and maybe a trip to the good ole' sentimental course?). Otherwise, I'm pretty sure that my discing focus will continue to be on the trip to Highbridge coming up in less than a month now. Boom!


1 comment:

Mid Range King said...

Bout time the nuke was dropped. You're right the fade is decent and it is lighting fast out of your hand. In talking to some locals...the more broke in the Nuke becomes the better it will fly.

Looking forward to SSC this weekend.