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Animage 02-14-2011 11:26 PM

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Originally Posted by jrawk (Post 706856)
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.

They wouldn't both be used, it'd be either or. The winner would compliment my Wizards/Rhynos

khmer 02-24-2011 08:52 PM

Does anyone enjoy driving with the grip line pure or throwing 250-275' annies besides me?

Jeronimo 02-24-2011 08:59 PM

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Originally Posted by khmer (Post 722425)
Does anyone enjoy driving with the grip line pure or throwing 250-275' annies besides me?

Absolutely ADORE it for that.

Jeronimo 02-24-2011 09:04 PM

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Originally Posted by RHINESEL (Post 704329)
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!

Glad to hear you picked one up. Even happier to hear you like it!

But back to the Swan for a sec...

I think it makes a great disc for jump putting. For driving though, I haven't come across anything that I like as much as my Grip Line Pure. Ion is pretty close, but it just doesn't "feel" the same. That's a big part of why I hit so many tight lines with the Pure, it just simply feels right in my hand.

vonDrehle 04-12-2011 06:49 PM

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Just got a Pure in the mail and just by the feel it is very nice. I got one in Zero line plastic and really like the grip on it. Also it seems to have a shallower rim then the Wizards and it feels comfortable in my hands. I've never really tried any beadless putters but I am really looking forward to giving this a go. I've been struggling putting lately so figured it is a good time to browse the market for different putters since all I have used is Wizards for the almost 5 years I have been playing.

If Lat 64 keeps taking spots in my bag I believe a trip to Sweden is in order :D.

Ace D 04-12-2011 09:37 PM

i recently gave the pure a few trial rounds, picked it up in zero plastic. it's got a flat top and really grippy on the chains, just a touch overstable flight. i would recommend it for sure.

woodcutter 04-13-2011 12:21 AM

I had Pures,sold them and got Spikes,Zero line,love those little pads.

Mystic1027 04-13-2011 09:33 AM

Just picked up a grip pure to start beating in for a one and done in a few weeks. Love my zero pures, but was always worried about tearing them to pieces doing anything more than putting with them on rocky courses.

bayouace 04-13-2011 11:30 AM

My Pure Gripline is as good a putter as I have found. For me it is dead straight. It is a little narrower on the edge, but where I play that works well in the Gulf winds.

vonDrehle 04-18-2011 12:41 AM

Well finally got to play with my Zero Pure. While it is still too early to tell I think I may have found a new putter after 5 years of using Wizards. I just love the way this fits in my hand and I seem to have a much cleaner release then I do with my Wizards. Sadly today my driving wasn't great so I had a lot more upshots then putts but I still think I may have a winner :D.


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