The Breaker is an overstable putt and approach disc making it great all types of approach shots. The Breakers low profile and flat top give it a natural grip in your hand both forehand and backhand. The Breaker is a go-to disc perfect for all skill levels and can be used in all types of wind conditions.
This approach disc will fight out of every turnover shot you attempt. It’s pure beef. From 220’ and in, it gets me under the basket with a predictable hyzer finish. No wind has stopped my Breaker yet.
For me the Breaker is a very reliable upshot disc. I have used it to putt in the wind and it held steady. It is my go to disc for all close range shots to the basket.
This is one of the most versatile discs I have ever laid my hands on. I keep a couple of them in my bag at all times and throw them for a wide variety of shots. It’s nice and stable at high speeds, yet still has amazing glide and a straight flight at lower speeds. I use this disc as my go to upshot disc both forehand and backhand, as a driving putter on shorter holes, and I go straight to the Breaker for those nasty head wind putts!
The DGA sparkle plastic is eye candy. I love the bright, transparent colors and sparkle flakes throughout. I grab the SP Breaker for the majority of my upshots, especially in the wind. The discs flat profile feels great in my hand and the bottom bead locks solidly into my forehand grip. I can rely on its straight flight with predictable fade at the end…right to the basket every time.
The Breaker in SP is a must have for my bag. It won't flip over and has a reliable fade. It's a go-to for anything 220-175 ft. It has a very comfortable grip which makes it easy to release. More of a throwing putter. The only time I putt with it is into headwinds, which it does very well. I'm a Trilogy guy and have bagged the Harp and a Slammer. I prefer the Breaker.
Very consistent overstable putter. I carry these in one of the bag for very specific shots. It works great if you want a fairly straight flight with a good finish at the end. Good for slight head wind approach shots as well as great utility forehand shots. You can always rely on the stability of this disc.
If you have a hard time driving your putter because it sticks on your fingers and shanks right once in a while.....Grab a Breaker and suck no more. It has a shallower rim which releases easily. You can really lean on it and it won't flip. Thrown hard, it flies fairly straight with a solid slight putter fade at the end. Breaker is the most important disc in my game.