The Bear is here to control the fairways. The Bear has a neutral to slightly understable flight for the advanced player. Think of it as the big brother of the Stag. It is controllable, predictable, and has a touch more fade and torque resistance than its little brother. The Bear is strong enough to handle any arm speed.
In ancient Finnish mythology, the bear was said to be the son of Hongatar, the mother of woodlands, who had given birth to him “up in the heavens, on the shoulders of the Plough”. The bear was treated with great respect and fear, it was half human and half a forest being. Picture was drawn by Niklas Karbin Hedqvist year 2021. Check out the Kalevala in English language here. Bear in Finnish language is Karhu.