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Old 05-26-2014, 04:48 PM
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i'll also say that i haven't had a single issue with spit-throughs and only once bounce-out which was my own fault. i putt in what is probably considered the most "medium" style ever. not too fast, not too slow, not too much arc and not a laser. just a little disc on its way to the basket, bangin' some chains and then falling down. those of you with a more aggressive putt may have different results. once you get close to the basket, putting with softs, if you putt too softly you risk rolling off the chains to the left more than with other putters. that's about all i've noticed.
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Old 05-26-2014, 10:04 PM
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I have made the decision to stick with my Anodes all year. Last year I got frustrated with them and bought some EZE Pures which I had success with ...for about 3 weeks. I still throw one in the bag if its raining, but adjusting my grip this year on putts has made a big difference. I will start messing with my softs more to see if I like them for putting, since i have always putted the firms.
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Old 05-26-2014, 10:11 PM
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I used to love rock hard proton Ions but since changed my tune. You might like the soft anode for putts and extra bit of give. Soft MVP discs are not floppy due to the OM I believe which makes them hold rigidity of the mold and not warp while giving great grip through the softer feel.

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Old 05-26-2014, 10:17 PM
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the only "tough" shot with this setup, imo, is a turnover or right turning lines. when thrown clean the anode will not turn. it will hold anny but the softs i've got have some LSS that makes them flex back.
Yep... I agree. I have found that the Envy holds a very nice anny. So if I have the height, I'll throw that. But, until Axiom comes out with an understable Envy (which will likely replace the Anode for me), I'm throwing a beat Tangent for short turnovers.

Fwiw, I've tried a PA4 for this shot & was surprised at how unpredictable it was. Sometimes it would turn, and other times it wouldn't.
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Old 05-26-2014, 10:39 PM
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I used to love rock hard proton Ions but since changed my tune. You might like the soft anode for putts and extra bit of give. Soft MVP discs are not floppy due to the OM I believe which makes them hold rigidity of the mold and not warp while giving great grip through the softer feel.
Yeah, I have gone back and forth with which one I prefer for putting. I use my soft primarily for driving and upshots that I don't use my Tangent for.
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