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Let me start off by saying I acknowledge the fact it just recently came out in DX plastic, so, many still don't know exactly how it flies. And I would only like suggestions regarding the Boss, no other disc, as I'm not interested in your disc of choice. So, all you Boss throwing pros...

In general, for maximum distance it's reasonable to release on a large anhyzer line and let it fade out. But when throwing the Boss it's not quite the finese disc when it comes to snapping the disc like you would a smaller rimmed, less stable disc.

How do you throw the Boss for distance on an open, 400ft hole.

Consider, that I've just recently added these three new DX bosses to my bag, and since the RPro plastic was considered to be the flippiest of all plastics, the new DX could be even flipper. Which would mean easier snap, a bit more glide, and an easier throw.

If you haven't yet been able to grab ahold of a new DX Boss yet, they are great for short spike hyzers. When they get beat in, they are like tools in your bag for those spikes.

Anyways, any suggestions on 350+, open fairway holes?

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Just like any other disc, no better, no worse, the Boss is another tool in my bag to get a job done. In the case of the Boss, that would be a strong armed laser straight at what I want to hit. It does the job well.

The tracker is perfect for open 350 holes its like a slightly more stable T bird


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