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@CD- 06-08-2022 05:07 PM

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Originally Posted by DiscT (Post 3814317)
Finally! I. Canít. Wait.

Question for the group: how do you feel about pros not bagging/throwing their own Signsture Series discs? In Eagleís ITB, he had the C-line tactic and not the new RC2. Similarly, Simonís main throwing putter is the ooolllld P1X. No judgement, just curious your take on the matter.

Simonís has also started asking for a new signature series disc. In one of his videos, he said he wanted the new md1, which he slaps around all of the time, and Jussie said he needs to win more before getting a 4th signature disc. How about now, Jussi?! How about now.

I think Simon is having fun playing with more stable/understable discs now. P1x/MD1/Origin are his discs for shaping shots to the green. P1 just got approved so maybe he will move to that when the P1x needs replacing. He has been using the Proto C-line P2 a bit for OS approach/drives which is what the new SG4 will be. Doombird/old Lizotte stamped FD3s are still in his bag. I think he very much wants to use the new DM manufactured discs when they become available and he has enough time to practice with them but its probably hard to give up on those long term ITB FD3s/PD. His mid range/approach lineup has always been in flux though.

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Originally Posted by DiscJunkie (Post 3814392)
The C-Line Tactic is supposed to be the same Eagle-requested mold as the RC2, so we can maybe give him a pass on that.
Since the P1X will no longer be produced by DM, I hope Simon has some backups.

It does give me some pause when a pro doesnít bag his own signature disc or even the mold, but such is the nature of disc golf sponsorshipÖ

I still just throw what works for me.

Would LOVE to see a SL signature MD1!!!

Lizotte has had a signature version of most of the OS molds so would love to see a few S/US mold offerings. He can make any disc do fun stuff and entertain.

krooster 06-09-2022 10:08 PM

I just want to say thank you to Discmania for bringing back the P1. Did not think this would happen!

Flick Maniac 06-10-2022 03:56 AM

I hear its even better than the original. I wasnt too hyped at first but my friend was able to stoke that fire some.

seedlings 06-10-2022 09:01 AM

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Originally Posted by krooster (Post 3814760)
I just want to say thank you to Discmania for bringing back the P1. Did not think this would happen!

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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3814802)
I hear its even better than the original. I wasnt too hyped at first but my friend was able to stoke that fire some.

I’ll be interested to watch any preview demos that start showing up! Right now I have a base, soft Sensei that is decently flippy, but nothing like Simon’s blue P1. I’d totally buy a couple P1.

fishballer06 06-10-2022 09:41 AM

I was really shocked to see the P1 appear before we saw the CD2, PD2, or MD4.

SuperWookie 06-10-2022 09:53 AM

Quick question for any of you with P2 as your putter. Do the new P2's in flex 2 have the same slick, hard, no grip feel of the old original Innova P2's? Or have they changed the feel to be more like the Exo Soft/Hard type plastic? Thanks

Skervoy 06-10-2022 12:29 PM

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Originally Posted by SuperWookie (Post 3814837)
Quick question for any of you with P2 as your putter. Do the new P2's in flex 2 have the same slick, hard, no grip feel of the old original Innova P2's? Or have they changed the feel to be more like the Exo Soft/Hard type plastic? Thanks

Definietly no way near as grippy, even exo hard is noticeable more tacky.

fishballer06 06-10-2022 03:00 PM

There is a grit/tack to the new plastic. Some may not notice, but as someone who has used D-P2's for 3+ years straight, its noticeable.

SuperWookie 06-10-2022 03:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Skervoy (Post 3814909)
Definietly no way near as grippy, even exo hard is noticeable more tacky.

Oh dang! Ok, that's a no go then for me. Exo soft is my favorite feeling for putting putters. Exo hard is a little too slick, but could deal with it alright. Anything slicker than Exo hard is not for me. Thanks, you just saved me from wasting a bunch of money on a big stack of putters, haha.

krooster 06-10-2022 03:19 PM

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Originally Posted by seedlings (Post 3814822)
Right now I have a base, soft Sensei that is decently flippy, but nothing like Simonís blue P1. Iíd totally buy a couple P1.

It's my understanding that Simon bags a blue P1x, not a P1. He putted with P1's for a short time, I think that may have been last season.

They are pretty much indistinguishable in flight in my experience.


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