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I just got an R Pro Skeeter and it's WAY more flippy/flexible than I thought it was going to be.

What is this flippy of a disc best used for? It feels as if it would be very inconsistent?

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Yeah I used to love my R-pro Boss's and X-cal's but they just beat up faster then they flew. I think the R stands for replaceable ; )
Haha ok.
A disc that flippy is best for use on a picnic table upside down breaking "it" up
agreed

haha a disc in r-pro would be the last plastic you want to break "it" up on;  it's so sticky (the plastic).  

 

When you throw uphill the nose of the disc will be nose- UP causing a disc to stall out and fly more overstable.  So try throwing something more understable and possibly lighter on uphill holes.
I bought an R-Pro Boss few years ago, it went from overstable to massive understable in less than 3 months. It seems like everything it hit took a chunck out of it. It got beat up real fast, but I have an R-Pro putter and it's holding up very well. Personally, I won't buy anymore R-Pro.
I also throw understable up hill because if I put some anny on it, when it is at the top of the hill, instead of stalling to the left, it will flatten out.
Same here.

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