Originally Posted by Mike C
Discspeed, I tried out the last Soft Proton Anode I used for a dedicated putter for a few rounds but ended up switching back to my yellow Neutron. They just feel so smooth and consistent coming out of my hand on a putt, but giving the softs another go made me realize how much I like driving them. Funny how we roll the opposite with our Anodes. Wonder what we'll each do if they put out S Neutron Anodes?
I just think the softs have the most "loft" or glide at low speeds. I can barely put any forward momentum on my throw and just spin them and they fly beautifully. I especially like approaching and driving with the softs under 250' as they just seem easier for me to range. I am really curious about the soft N Anodes...