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Old 09-22-2015, 09:43 AM
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Classic Blend for me was a fail. Plastic seems statically charged and on dry days every bit of dust and grit sticks to it. Have to keep wiping it off. It doesn't hold it's shape either, hit a tree and it distorts. I end up always straightening and fiddling with it, so it was dropped from the bag.

Fuzion Judge has been in my bag all year with no changes to it's flight. It's my main up-shot and driving putter and I could putt with it in a pinch, but there are better options. Don't se this disc being replaced anytime soon.

Fluid Judge didn't hold up well, lost it's stability really fast and the top has sunk, looks like a mutant Yeti now. Good woods understable approach disc. Worst of the bunch to putt with, it's almost like it's spring loaded, it hits chains and bounces out. Of all the putters I have ever tried, this one reigns supreme as the bounce out king. The KC Pro Aviar holds the record as the roll away king
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Old 09-23-2015, 01:50 PM
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i keep prime judges in my bag as practice putters, though my main putting judge is a classic hard. i've been throwing the prime judges off the tee when i need something straight but not stable (i use the harp/suspect). i have a beat prime judge now that flips from hyzer (i say that, because i can throw a turnover with a brand new judge and it will hold that line).

i find the primes out of the box are slightly more stable than the classic, the former going dead straight, and the latter turning over slightly. i was glad to see this thread, though, because i'm strongly considering getting a fuzion judge that will hold its shape better and so i can develop a relationship with by using over and over across a year or more.
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Old 10-10-2015, 12:29 PM
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Judge for turnover drives, thinking prime or classic blend. I carry a couple Fuzions already but would like one understable. Who throws these and has the scoop.
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Old 10-10-2015, 01:31 PM
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Judge for turnover drives, thinking prime or classic blend. I carry a couple Fuzions already but would like one understable. Who throws these and has the scoop.
I bag the Classic Blend Judge and a Lucid Judge. IMHO Lucid is to Fuzion what Champion is to Star.

The Judge is not understable, and has not really seasoned into understability for me. It's beadless equivalent, the Warden, might be what you want to look at for a more understable version.

I like the Classic Blend. It's firm but not slick, some call it a "chalky" feel. But I may get a Classic (hard) as over time and with use the Classic Blend is getting a little softer.

I'm not familiar with Prime plastic. It's a base plastic, though, and it may not last or hold up very long.
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Old 10-10-2015, 02:00 PM
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^ I agree. The judge thrown flat and straight should go straight. It's a beaded putter. Yes you can get it to go on a turnover line, but it is not an under stable putter.
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Old 10-10-2015, 02:50 PM
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I bag the Classic Blend Judge and a Lucid Judge. IMHO Lucid is to Fuzion what Champion is to Star.

The Judge is not understable, and has not really seasoned into understability for me. It's beadless equivalent, the Warden, might be what you want to look at for a more understable version.

I like the Classic Blend. It's firm but not slick, some call it a "chalky" feel. But I may get a Classic (hard) as over time and with use the Classic Blend is getting a little softer.

I'm not familiar with Prime plastic. It's a base plastic, though, and it may not last or hold up very long.
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^ I agree. The judge thrown flat and straight should go straight. It's a beaded putter. Yes you can get it to go on a turnover line, but it is not an under stable putter.
I get that it's not understable out of the box I know some beating in would have to do for sure, just wondering between the two plastics. I do have a prime truth but haven't thrown it much. I like the plastic from the stiffness and grip. Just wondering how it beats in compared to blend mainly.

I think I am leaning towards getting a prime right now, probably get some turn faster out of it. Or I might get a used one.
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Old 10-10-2015, 04:13 PM
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Prime is extremely stiff and firm but supremely grippy. It's about the best baseline plastic out. Prime does beat in but when it does it loses its lsf and retains hss. It's good

I've had one fuzion judge and it was less stable than everyother plastic I had thrown them in, which is all of them. But, the disc did have a strong de-flashing from the company which could have played into the under stability. Fuzion was just ok for me. Personally I like fuzion in fairways and drivers but not mids or putters as much.
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