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jrawk 01-10-2011 09:56 PM

the more i use my zero line, the more confident i am at longer shots. I really like the tacky grip without the floppiness of other plastics (soft pro-d, SSS, r-pro). The thinner profile fits my hand better. And the thing is so predictable for every shot i make with it. I can't throw the pure as far as other putters, like wizards and ridges. But that is what my fuse is for.

RHINESEL 01-11-2011 12:41 AM

I'm still sad I lost my Pure... been delaying getting a replacement hoping it will come back to me.

Anyone complare a Pure vs. a Westside Swan? Lat makes both and the plastic seems to be similar to Zero Line. The rims are close too, slightly different... but close.

Jeronimo 02-11-2011 04:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RHINESEL (Post 652479)
I'm still sad I lost my Pure... been delaying getting a replacement hoping it will come back to me.

Anyone complare a Pure vs. a Westside Swan? Lat makes both and the plastic seems to be similar to Zero Line. The rims are close too, slightly different... but close.

Let's say you threw the Swan exactly the same way you would throw your Pure on a straight line. The Swan would turn over, a little faster than gradually, and finish right (for a righty). For people that chose the Magic over the Pure but still like the shallow rim and flat top of the Pure, pick up a Swan. You'll love it.

RHINESEL 02-13-2011 08:38 AM

Thanks Jeremy. I was actually looking at it as a replacement for the Pure which I use driving (Magic for putting). I think based on your discription it might work well for a putter but it would not be a good replacement for the Pure (for my driving use).

BTW Jeremy turned me onto the Pure. He sure can rock a black Pure!

kcplease 02-13-2011 11:16 AM

Sent mine to Prerube. I didn't like the feel, but I guess he does so, we all win!

eegor 02-13-2011 12:40 PM

Traded for a Pure yesterday. Tried a few approaches with it... it's in the bag today. I'll still putt with my Magic (usually) or my Rhyno (into the wind).

Animage 02-14-2011 09:15 PM

If I only have a Grip Line, and don't particularly like it for putting, will grabbing a zero line help the cause?

I'm looking to hop on the straight putter train and looking at these along with Magics or something similar.

prerube 02-14-2011 09:17 PM

They fly similar, but zero sticks in the chains and has a chalky grip

Technohic 02-14-2011 09:57 PM

I never did care for the Pure for putting and I used zero line. Loved it for approaches and thats what eventually lead me to trying the Magic.

jrawk 02-14-2011 09:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Animage (Post 706737)
If I only have a Grip Line, and don't particularly like it for putting, will grabbing a zero line help the cause?

I'm looking to hop on the straight putter train and looking at these along with Magics or something similar.

pures pretty much overlap with magics, might want to choose one and stick with it. Zero Line plastic feels more closer to Gateway's S, SS, SSS and Organic plastic than Grip Line does.


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