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Old 04-06-2014, 06:46 AM
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Question Prodiscus Jokeri

I've been looking for a driving putter for a while now. I tried the Pure, bit I didn't really like it. How does the Jokeri compare to the Pure? I can get it in both basic and premium at 173-175 grams.
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Old 04-06-2014, 06:59 AM
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More stable. Similar feel. Premium is real beef and low glide. Basic can beat into fairly straight.

Why didn't you like the Pure?
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Old 04-06-2014, 07:00 AM
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Whigh pure did you try? Opto or zero? Opto pure has great HSS and not a lot of LSS even when you really pull it. zero is a versatile approach disc, but for drives that need to go far you have to hyzer flip it or it will turn and not come back. Jokeri in basic is good, straight with fade and turns into a point and shoot disc similar to opto pure. I didn't care for how fast it started to clover but it still flew perfectly. Jokeri in premium is beefy. Really depends on what you're looking for. Jokeri is pretty low profile too so it sits very comfortably for driving.
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Old 04-06-2014, 07:02 AM
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Depends on what you are looking for in a driving putter. Premium Jokeri is massively OS. For me a P-P2 is a choice driving putter in most conditions since it will mostly go straight. If it is super windy Jokeri might be my choice or disc up to a midrange (glow MD3 in my case).

Very powerful players probably may be able to keep the Premium Jokeri straighter for a longer time before the fade. Medium players like me, it will have a strong fade pretty soon.
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Old 04-06-2014, 07:15 AM
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I've got quite small hands, and I can't seem to get a comfortable grip on it. Because of this I prefer shallow discs. As an example, I love the Roc3. It's shallow, and it has a flat top. I need a putter that won't turn, but isn't too beefy either.
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Old 04-06-2014, 08:13 AM
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Axiom Envy is my new favorite disc.
Shallow, lots of HSS, not much LSS.
You can really crank on it, but then there is not a huge diving fade like my Zone.

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Old 04-06-2014, 10:19 AM
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the pure is pretty shallow and flat in both opto and definitely in zero.

the only non-shallow pures i've felt were RGL. they had huge shoulders. not sure if that's what you got, but if not i don't know what to tell you. the jokeri is pretty shallow too but it's a completely different flight, not even in the same ballpark until you start seasoning one in a basic plastic.

the envy is also shallow, but also again a completely different disc. breaker, same thing.
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Old 04-06-2014, 10:46 AM
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I recently started using the zero hard sinus and love it. You can't turn it over and its shallow. I needed something that could handle the wind and this was the winner. Even though its os I can put it on an Anny and get some reasonably straight lines as well if needed.
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The pure is more shallow than any roc3 I've seen and the jokeri feels about the same as the pure when it comes to how shallow they are. Now with that said jokeri is a great disc when broke in a bit. I have first run premium that is great. The basic plastic is also great, it feels like lat's test material.
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