I've been told that Discraft sold the Torque mold to DGA and they use it to produce either the shockwave, or aftershock...I can't remember which. Of course this could be a rumor...can someone confirm, refute, or refine this info?
Yea the Torq or Torque is now the DGA aftershock. However the mold has been modified slightly do reduce the quality control problems the Discraft had in the original molding processes that allowed for a large array in stability.
Comets great for that, I favor Buzzz placed on the anny or Buzzz SS to flip, if throwing the anny. I have real good success throwing my driving worn Voodoo putters on anny as well. Though usually I will favor a controlled forehand shot with a stable midrange or on the longer end a Firebird if a forehand harder diving hyzer is acceptable even if its relatively short for the FB. Even if you don't throw forehand well at all, it isn't too hard to develope reasonable control for shorter get out of trouble shots in that midrange distance. Something to consider anyway.
I use a (slightly beat up) DX Aviar for shots up to 50 meters and a KC Pro Roc for slightly longer shots. Both of them tend to hold the line perfectly and other discs I've tried (Lattidtude 64 Core, Buzzz etc) all tend to come back and make an S-curve but not the Aviar and the Roc... works perfecktly. I windy conditions I use a 179 g Sentinel by Millenium, hold the line pretty good in wind aswell...