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Manufacturers Description: The Pro Pig is an Overstable Putt & Approach disc that has been described as a further flying Rhyno. It features a Thumtrac® Rim in a grippy, sticky durable plastic. At 150 grams the Pro Pig will float in water! Weight range is 150 to 175 grams. Ratings: 3, 1, 0, 3.
A friend of mine throws his pig and will start saying.. "pig pig PIG" and wham, it hits chains! To me, it has more of a glide than a Classic Roc but you have to be able to fit this disc in your hands.. Small hands need to stay away from this disc! (Posted on 9/12/12)
This disc is sticky yet firm. I gave mine to my brother because he didn't have a putter and I wanted something a little straighter as this is quite overstable for a putter. Now however, I have seen that this disc is best used as a short driver/approach disc and I wish I could get it back. Throw it close to the basket and it will stop on a dime. Great feeling disc in big hands. (Posted on 5/29/10)
The Pig must be Innova's answer to Discraft's new Zone overstable putter, which is a good tit-for-tat... and the Pig is definitely but predictably overstable, but not so much so that you can't make use of it in a number of putting situations. Throw it sidearm for snap putts or approaches and it will turn for you. Although I still think the Wizard is the best putter out there, the Pig makes for a good compliment disc. (Posted on 7/22/08)