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Old 03-12-2019, 06:49 PM
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I just got one in 400 plastic Saturday as a prize for "cashing" in MA2 in a local tourney. I huk'd it a couple times and I was pretty impressed with its stability given the shape of the putter. Slight hyzer release, it held a decent sweep to the left. Slight anny thrown hard, it came out about half way through.

Reminds me of a premium P2 with maybe a half tick more stability.
Pa1's feel great with a power grip. Check it out for standstill FH's too. It's a real life saver in tricky wooded situations.
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Old 03-13-2019, 06:14 PM
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Just got these two 300 Pa1's in the mail. Plastic feels amazing. I've been using 350g for a while but these have the right amount of soft. They are a touch more firm than Discraft's Jawbreaker but feel better. These will grab the chains.
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Old 03-13-2019, 11:43 PM
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Just got these two 300 Pa1's in the mail. Plastic feels amazing. I've been using 350g for a while but these have the right amount of soft. They are a touch more firm than Discraft's Jawbreaker but feel better. These will grab the chains.
Didn't you also order a 200 series?
Newer 300 I've felt is definitely super grippy, but not as firm as I like.
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Old 03-14-2019, 05:28 AM
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Didn't you also order a 200 series?
Newer 300 I've felt is definitely super grippy, but not as firm as I like.
The 200 I got was as firm as my 350g's but didn't have that tackiness. Wouldn't call it slick but definitely firm. It also didn't seem to be so durable. Took the 200 out for putting practice a few times & was getting some decent gashes on the bottom of the rim that I'd never got on any of my seasoned 350g's. Seems like a decent option if you're wanting to save some $ but I wanted the softer feel of 300.
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The 200 I got was as firm as my 350g's but didn't have that tackiness. Wouldn't call it slick but definitely firm. It also didn't seem to be so durable. Took the 200 out for putting practice a few times & was getting some decent gashes on the bottom of the rim that I'd never got on any of my seasoned 350g's. Seems like a decent option if you're wanting to save some $ but I wanted the softer feel of 300.
Ah, yeah they're definitely not as tacky as 300. My PA3s have held up decently, about as well if not better than a couple BT Hard Crowns I bought at the same time. But that's beaded (pa3) vs beadless bottom (pa1).
I'll keep in mind 350G is tougher
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