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So not to jump back 2 pages, but Nikko was Cut from Gateway, or Left Gateway? Also, isn't the guy that owns/runs Gateway related to Nikko? Nikko's uncle, or something? I SWEAR I have read that Somewhere..... Sorry if I am Mistaken.
but in all reality, they fly very different. more important, they feel extremely different. the wizard is considerably slower, less glide and flies much straighter at slow speeds. gateways putting plastic is superior in every compared to kc pro plastic
Have you felt the discmania d-line plastic that I mentioned earlier? It is similar to Gateway plastic. I am not sure if I agree with your assessment of the differences in flight characteristics, but I am too lazy to write about it anymore.
Why does it has to be a Destroyer ? How a Dragon or a ROC ? He will has to do some adjusting, to fine the one disc that works.
I'll try to summarize for Jeff and others. There doesn't seem to be any evidence either way about how or why Nikko's sponsorship at Gateway ended. Justin did say he knows of others who lost sponsorships with Gateway--purportedly because Dave McCormack wasn't getting an adequate Return On Investment. And yes, Dave is indeed Nikko's uncle. How this change is affecting them--past, present or future--remains unknown.
For those who have a greater interest in the topic, there's a longer and occasionally more detailed conversation about the issue going on over at DGCourseReview:
That whole ROI thing is coming up over there, too. I don't even post on that forum. Weird. :)
Terry Miller interviews Nikko earlier this week about his switch to Innova and his go-to putters (old Aviars) for now:
Thanks for the Links and the info guys. :)
Replacing his putters will be the most difficult.I love my wizards.
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