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Snap-it 07-11-2016 06:26 PM

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Originally Posted by eric40817 (Post 3034323)
Oh I agree that any putter/disc can roll. I've just noticed more with my Zero Pures. I've spent time putting with aviars - kc, dx and McPro, judges, Wizards and ions. I never noticed this many roll aways. Again, maybe it's coincidence that my pures are landing such that they roll away more often than other putts caught and edge, maybe it's the pures themselves, I don't know. I'll keep putting with them as I do like them, but man these things roll lol. Its probably the man behind the putter and I'm just looking to blame something else.


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One course I play is in mountains, where almost every basket is on an incline. Any of the putters I've used there have and will roll. Firm, soft, lid, not lid, you name it. If ANY putter gets on edge where the ground isn't level, it's rolling. I wouldn't drop a putter you like because of perceived "rollability". ;)

eric40817 07-11-2016 06:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Snap-it (Post 3034335)
One course I play is in mountains, where almost every basket is on an incline. Any of the putters I've used there have and will roll. Firm, soft, lid, not lid, you name it. If ANY putter gets on edge where the ground isn't level, it's rolling. I wouldn't drop a putter you like because of perceived "rollability". ;)


Not perceived. The pure has a +3 roll. Over rollable for sure lol


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Askar 07-12-2016 12:30 PM

On the course I am playing using Zero Hard Pure as my main putter and Opto and Grip-Line Pure for approaches (need to get an overstable compliment to it into my bag but it is not here or now) I rarely get any roll aways but I do overshoot the basket with quite some at times. I am playing on a pretty flat course and on those few holes that is ellivated I usually go just beneath basket cause I am holding back or way away cause I did go for it a bit to much.

World Eater 07-12-2016 02:33 PM

ya, I will approach and lay up with Pures but if I'm running the basket I'm using Aviars unless there's a backstop.

grip pures for president!

Future_Primitive 04-24-2017 03:51 PM

Moonshine Pures!!! Thank you Lat64. :clap::clap:

PMantle 04-24-2017 03:53 PM

Is there a slower Pure?

DougCrawford 04-24-2017 04:49 PM

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Originally Posted by PMantle (Post 3168915)
Is there a slower Pure?

Beetle?

PMantle 04-24-2017 05:12 PM

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Originally Posted by DougCrawford (Post 3168935)
Beetle?

I picked up one of those last weekend at a disc shop in Tyler. None for me thanks. What a weird feeling disc.

Kodachrome 04-24-2017 05:16 PM

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Originally Posted by PMantle (Post 3168915)
Is there a slower Pure?

Polecat

Opto bite

Comparing to an opto pure, anyway. Zeros are a different matter.

SD86 05-22-2017 09:53 AM

Ricky Wysocki was throwing a Fuzion/GL Pure a lot at De La during the Memorial Cup, so I guess he's bagging it... for now. Didn't look like it was performing all that awesomely for him, but maybe in the later rounds he'll work some magic with it...


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