The DGA Squall midrange disc is an innovative slightly understable midrange that holds long anhyzers and any flip to flat lines. If you ever have to play a course with just one disc, this is that disc. With a great feel in the hand and close to fairway driver like speed, the Squall is one of the fastest midrange discs available. You can use the Squall to drive short holes or to find the basket on challenging midrange shots. The consistent performance of this disc will make even the most seasoned player swap their go-to midrange disc and replace it with a Squall.
You know the Roc vs Buzzz competition that’s erupting out there? Well, time to introduce the Squall to this fiasco. The ProLine and SP plastics are almost indestructible. The big anhyzer shots with a Squall are a thing of beauty. I hope you get the chance to see one in flight. Talk about a recipe for success on the course. Everyone should be throwing the Squall.
Great Midrange Driver Very Stable
Straight for all shots. I typically use this disc when there is a little wind and I can’t quite get there with my putter. This disc holds its line very well for me.
A great do everything disc that is in between a mid-range and fairway driver. Slow hyzers, straight shots, turnover specialist, backhand rollers, get out of trouble, straight skip.
In my approach game or from short holes off the tee, the Squall has consistently been the most reliable disc I throw. It is incredibly easy to throw on gentle hyzer or anhyzer lines, or running straight alleys and tunnels.
I bought one of these just for the heck of it. Turned out to be one of the best discs I've ever bought. I have small hands and average strength. I can throw my longest drivers about 350', and can rip this one laser-beam straight almost 300'. Super controllable, can handle long anhyzer lines, or tight wooded courses with ease. If I can only take one disc to a course, it is the Squall. SP plastic, to me, is slightly more overstable.
I like the Squall as it fits nicely in my hand and I can get a good grip on it. The Squall is a straight flyer and I can get good distance with it. This disc will flip if you really torque into it but if your throw is smooth with clean form it will fly very nice. I find the Squall works well for tight fairway shots or in the woods. This is a very nice disc and I recommend it for beginners to more advanced players.