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Old 01-22-2018, 01:25 PM
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Didnt realise the zone was such a beast. I imagined my suspect max weight fuzien was the most beefy putter you could get.

I dont have the strongest arm either - maybe the zone is abit too much.

Would you say the suspect and envy is equal in stability?
In Jawbreaker, it won't be too much for you. I bag a 165ish Jawbreaker for straighter approaches that I want to minimize ground action, then a 165ish ESP for hard runs on short holes, and my OS Zone is either a max weight ESP or Z FLX. All very turn resistant, just with different levels of LSS.
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Old 01-22-2018, 01:31 PM
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One’s FH form obviously sucks butt if you can’t throw anything with it but zones and gators
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Old 01-22-2018, 01:33 PM
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Aviar3 should work for that, it is pretty torque resistant.
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Old 01-22-2018, 03:07 PM
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Default Beadless forhand approach disc.

It’s as helpful as when peeps are giving beaded discs like three posts in

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Old 01-22-2018, 03:22 PM
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Didnt realise the zone was such a beast. I imagined my suspect max weight fuzien was the most beefy putter you could get.

I dont have the strongest arm either - maybe the zone is abit too much.

Would you say the suspect and envy is equal in stability?
No, the Zone isnt too much. Just get it in Jawbreaker, pretty good glide.

As for the Berg, it flies well, but it is a fatty. I cant forehand it without OAT. Can you do touch shots with a deep dish,? It does eat the OAT pretty well but not as well as the Envy though. The Envy is an OAT eating machine
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No, the Zone isnt too much. Just get it in Jawbreaker, pretty good glide.

As for the Berg, it flies well, but it is a fatty. I cant forehand it without OAT. Can you do touch shots with a deep dish,? It does eat the OAT pretty well but not as well as the Envy though. The Envy is an OAT eating machine
Strange the berg under a powerful FH doesnt flutter much for me while the envy occasionally did. I am quite comfortable throwing lids forehand so I imagine its just a grip issue for me.
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Old 01-27-2018, 12:41 AM
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The one disc that comes to mind is the Morter, it is a Bead less Gator basically and comes in Basic=DX, Frontline=Star and Frontline X=G Star.
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Old 01-27-2018, 08:58 AM
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The one disc that comes to mind is the Morter, it is a Bead less Gator basically and comes in Basic=DX, Frontline=Star and Frontline X=G Star.
Hyzerbomb's base plastic is called Baseline and it's based on Pro/R-Pro. The Mortar isn't made in this plastic.

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Old 01-27-2018, 09:03 AM
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I threw my sexton firebird for almost all my upshots today. Also used a harp, and a drone. (Used a proxy for one tunnel approach) I love that overstable crutch. Parked every upshot. Helped me win 2nd place.

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my suggestions:
proD zone for straight to flippy
ESP zone for overstable
400 A2 for beefy

What I use:
S shaman for flippy
2 proD zone for flip to straight
esp zone for stable
400 A2 for beefy


for zone:
proD is great starts straight and gets understable after a bit
jawbreaker is a bit stable then gets straight with wear
esp stays beefy for a while

any other questions ask away but it seems like ur getting lots of answers. proD zones are really nice but not for full drives unless ur careful.
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