The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.
The ThoughtSpace Athletics Alter is a stable to understable putting putter. It's got a huge bead on the bottom and can bang chains or it can be used for longer straight to turnover shots. The stamp from TSA features a dead king with three arrows protruding from his back. He holds a dagger in his bony grip with a snake encircling the arm. Flip that disc upside down and you can see the live king with 2 arrows in his back. The live king is holding a live flower and butterflies surround it. It's another killer stamp from Thought Space Athletics, their artwork is always top notch and sure to get a second look from everyone on your card when you pull it out of the bag.
The flight path of the Alter is straight when you're putting. Aim at the basket and give it a little touch and you'll find yourself picking up birdies. As a throwing disc it's a little understable in the nerve plastic. Make sure you give this disc some height and room to glide because it wants to hold the line you throw it on before fading.
Nerve plastic from ThoughtSpace Athletics is their baseline blend. It's perfect for a putter like the Alter because you want that very grippy plastic and every time it gets a little nick in it you get better grip.
The Alter is a great stable putter inside the circle. You will love the color, imagery, and the flight path of the Alter. Snag one of these while you're at Sabattus we've got plenty of these on the rack.