I am a bit behind posting this, but I got a new shipment last week from Flywood. This time, nothing was reserved in advance, so it's all up for grabs immediately. There are a few Logs and Harvests on back-order with Flywood, which I'll post as soon as I get them.
As before, Flywood natural wood discs are $30 a piece, same price as the Flywood online store. I'm continuing my offer of a $2 discount to all RCF members. I'll also still be giving the proceeds of the sales back to the clubs for course improvement/maintenance. Although this was to be the case last time, the club used the money to buy 2 discs, one was offered at the Bridgeton Bomber as a CTP and the other was donated to the Shanty Open as a prize.
I forgot to get it last time, but this time I also have some of Flywood's own homegrown BOOBEE Wax beeswax pucks. They're used to refresh the nice "grippy" feeling they have when they're new. Those will go for $1.00
Also new in this order: Flywood has started making some hemp catch discs (as seen in the photo of the shipment). They're great for catch and nice for throwing indoors. Those are going for $20.
I bought the hemp trucker cap. Sorry.
Anyone who wants a test throw before you decide to buy, just let me know and we can probably arrange something.
Alright, in this order:
Only have one of these, it's a new, lightweight, overstable putter design that Flywood is prototyping right now. The disc still says "Log", but that is just the craftsman at Flywood doing his thing and not wanting them to go out without a branding mark.
It has a low and symmetrical profile.
Next, I've got two of an experimental prototype midrange. It is shaped like a regular Buzzz on top and sorta like a Buzzz SS on the bottom, but a little deeper on the rim. It's an overstable disc that has a long slow fade. Like the prototype putter above, this simply has the "Harvest" branding on it so that it has something on it.
Finally, I have ten of the Walking Sticks. These have been very well received from the last shipment for their clean, sharp shape, extremely stable flight, gentle fade and consistency. They tend to run a little lighter than most distance drivers, so they get the benefits that people experience with the Blizzard discs (extra distance), but aren't floppy (duh, made of wood).
Just PM me or reply here if you're interested or curious.