Westside VIP World Driver
Westside VIP World Driver
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Westside VIP World Driver

Part Number:ws-vip-world


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Westside has added a new bomber to their lineup, the World.  It is a super high speed, overstable driver for the big arms out there. 

VIP plastic is very durable meaning you can trust this disc to fly the same round after round.

5 Stars
The disc flown round the world
From the moment I put one of these in my hands, I knew it was going in the bag. The very first throw, my jaw dropped. It is soooo fast! Initially it is hard to perceive how far this disc fly's, because it gets there so fast. It has a touch of high speed turn out of the hand and this willingness to keep flying farther and straighter. This new import plastic has a ton of glide and the finish is what you would expect from a wide rim disc. Stable enough for most players to confidently throw into a headwind. Personally, I have been coming to the conclusion that the new Swedish and Finnish plastic is being manufactured to a higher standard. You can see it and feel it in the product. If Uncle Rico were a disc golfer, he would bet you he could throw this disc around the WORLD ;OP
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Reviewed by:  from Funkytown Texas. on 1/5/2014
5 Stars
VIP World
The World is a fast, very high speed stable disc with a lot of fade at the end. It flies a lot like a Scythe, Enforcer, or Force. The numbers say this disc is even more high speed stable than these three discs, but I didn’t find that to be the case when field testing the World. This disc will hold up well in moderate headwind, but not so great in a strong headwind, especially on forehand shots. It has a low profile, and a shallow rim depth that I love for forehand throws especially. The rim is also not too wide, making grip even easier. I opt for the Scythe over the World simply because the Scythe is a little less domey with a sleeker profile and slightly less rim depth and also performed better into a headwind with a forehand shot. The VIP plastic feels great, very sturdy and similar to champion or Elite Z plastic. I didn’t find much difference in the stability between VIP and TP plastic. I felt if anything that the TP plastic may have been just slightly less stable and this was more pronounced with forehand shots.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Keller, TX. on 5/9/2015

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