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Old 01-17-2019, 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Dingus View Post
Not scientific, but I notice very real differences between hard/soft and slick/grippy putters. A hard/slick putter will have less play from the chains. This means that Brooklyn putts stick better, while pro side putts stick worse.

I think weight plays into this as well. For a bit I putter with a 150g soft Voodoo that would grab even a millimeter of chains on the pro side and land in the basket.
I agree, specifically for a spin putt. Weak side is quite weak for me cause the disc seems to spin out of the chains more. This is more of an issue right now putting with a soft old proto wizard than it was putting emac mercys
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