Westside Discs' Description:
The Swan 1 was Westside's original putter and it would fly straight for anyone right off the shelf. The Swan 1 was designed to give lower arm speeds a straighter putting line.
From just outside circle or inside this putter is a laser beam. point and shoot.
it has a very similar hand feel to the westside maiden - its a thinner, flatter putter that is easier to grip. they feel great in my hands unlike my aviars which have a huge rim that is almost impossible to get a sturdy grip on.
This disc isn't great for anything but putting or outside the circle approach shots. If thrown as a driver it will turn over hard. even thrown on huge hyzer it will flip up to flat and then still turn over, but won't crash and burn. it still maintains a smooth flight. maybe could work for some nice turning shots, but I'd stick with putting.
Absolutely love this disc. It very quickly earned a permanent spot in my bag. It feels good in the hand, not too thin not too thick, and flies beautifully. I haven't tried it with drives or power throws, but for putting, it's an amazing disc.