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Welcome to the hive, Hornet! The disc is now approved for PDGA tournament play, and Ace Race copies are legal. Please spread to the word to other Ace Race players.

Hornet will be released to the general public soon; we plan on running the production version in Z plastic with a max weight of 178 grams.

The ESP (Ace Race) version has been given a stability rating of 2.0.


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Comment by J.D.Guy on November 25, 2010 at 10:34am
I'm actually surprised it went into production. The feedback from my ace race was about 30-2, not in favor of the disc. it was like a fast overstable putter, or slow stable midrange. I couldn't find a reason to put it in my bag. who knows, i've been wrong about discs before, maybe it will be liked by many and i'll be the fool for it.
Comment by one19 on November 22, 2010 at 10:01pm
Wasp - Drone - Buzzz - Now Hornet.

I think ALL Discraft Discs should be bee-related.

The Honeybee could be a sweet putter.

Killer Bee a max driver.

Then there's the Stinger, the Honeycomb, the Swarm, the Worker, the Queen.

My putter of choice would be the "Pollinator".

Z-Plastic could be referred to as "Royal Jelly".

Bags could be called Beehives.

Baskets already look like upside-down hives.

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