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Monkeypaws 05-30-2021 11:42 PM

Got a friend who plays with a small Grip bag, and about half of them are Pures in varying degrees of use. They sure work well for him.

I have a couple I mix in once in a while and they are sweet. Am so invested in Swans and Crowns I'm not willing to switch ... yet.

Jgilletted4 06-05-2021 10:13 PM

Have any pure throwers compared an opto's flight to a beat in origio harp flight? I have a super straight origio harp and am hoping an opto pure would fly very similar but give me about 30 to 40 more feet.

hendryxdisc 05-16-2022 12:20 AM

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Originally Posted by Jkosk (Post 3647113)
I've bagged Pures pretty much since their release. I always enjoyed how shallow they are compared to most putters. They just feel like they leave my hand on putts much, much cleaner.

Then I started throwing Optos off the tee and it totally changed my game. It's my most thrown disc by a mile and it isn't even close. If I can reach it with a Pure, I'm throwing the pure. If it's a tight tunnel or gap I absolutely need to hit off the tee, I'm throwing a pure.

I bag 2 for putting plus2 optos and an opto-x for throwing. The only discernible difference between the opto-x and opto, in my opinion, is a tick more hss. It's just a little more resistant to tracking to the right. But normal Optos can fly like this with just a slight hyzer. Otherwise it flies identical. It just lays down flat with little to no fade if thrown flat.

I only throw flat pures, btw. Goldline and recycled are often domey and definitely flew more overstable by comparison, in my experience.

Was looking for this exact info about the Pure. Found a beat up zero medium and the mold is comfy gonna grab a stock opto for throwing. Looking for the firmest plastic for putting, any major difference between the Eco and Zero Hard?

strunk flugget 05-16-2022 09:02 AM

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Originally Posted by hendryxdisc (Post 3809453)
Was looking for this exact info about the Pure. Found a beat up zero medium and the mold is comfy gonna grab a stock opto for throwing. Looking for the firmest plastic for putting, any major difference between the Eco and Zero Hard?

I started with zero hard and have moved to zero medium. The hards are perfectly fine but I find myself just a bit more consistent with the medium. I have never putted with Eco's but that is because I picked them up in a store and didn't like it immediately after feeling the plastic. It really lacks grip compared to the zero line plastics but it's fairly firm. Close to zero hard but maybe not quite as firm.

Gold X flies very similar to how Hendryxdisc describes his Opto pures. After throwing my gold X pure a lot, it has a little right hand drift out of it, but nothing crazy.

hendryxdisc 05-16-2022 04:59 PM

That’s good for ya, but I like my putters so firm they are clacking together in the bag haha. KC pro/Gateway Soft type flex, zero hard is probably my best bet. Although I’m skeptical the only experience I have had with zero hard plastic was a few daggers and a sinus and they were not what I’d call stiff.


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