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The Maul is a fairway driver made for turnover shots. It resembles our popular River, in both speed and glide but is more understable. This disc is a very good choice for beginners and amateurs, since it is easy to grip and control, and won’t fade as much as high speed drivers.
Speed: 7, Glide: 7, Turn: -2, Fade: 1.
Stamp colors may vary.
As an over 50 player I don’t generate enough spin to “flip” other discs. The Maul offers turnover shot shapes otherwise unavailable to me.
Reliable understable turnoverdisc
The Maul is my go to disc for all my fairway drives. It goes where I want it to along with a very stable flight. I can turn it where I need to. Plus, it can take a lot of abuse when you hit those trees.
This disc is a mirrored River. Understable and glides.
When it was advertised as "stable" I was expecting a meat hook with huge fade. I like the Trust and figured this was a step beyond. Turns out to not be the case. Where the Trust goes straight, the Savior has a nice forward push and glide with a gentle, yet firm, fade at the end. The thicker shoulder also means easier forehand release and better torque resistance than the Trust. Definitely room for both in the bag.
The multiwear is both comfortable and useful. I’m very pleased!
I use the grace as for my flex back hand shots that need to go 300ft. I like the consistant flight out of the grace. It has become a stable and work horse in my bag.