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Old 08-30-2016, 01:29 PM
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I keep trying all the different blends Gateway is coming out with. They're all sweet, but nothing beats a seasoned Soft Wizard. The Soft blend is not flexible at all and usually has a bit of a sheen/slickness to it when new, but after a few months it turns into an awesome tacky velvety feel while retaining the stiffness.

Hard to pick a putter that has the same high speed stability of the Wizard without too much low speed fade. I think maybe an S-line P2 would come close?
I'm in the same boat, keep going back to the plain Jane softs. I've got a few firmer special blends that are nice as well, but they seem to chunk up a bit more than my softs.
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Old 08-30-2016, 02:57 PM
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Old 08-30-2016, 07:26 PM
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I haven't felt one since they first came out, but the Legacy Prowler ifrc was a wizard clone. Can someone confirm? If so, their excel plastic is the best baseline out imo, close second is SGS (sure grip select) from Gaetway!

Actually, just hit up Gateway. They'll find the blend you want for sure.
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Old 08-30-2016, 07:50 PM
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All the zero hard I've felt was somewhere b/t Super Soft and Soft, leaning more towards the stiffer side of SS.
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Old 08-30-2016, 07:57 PM
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All the zero hard I've felt was somewhere b/t Super Soft and Soft, leaning more towards the stiffer side of SS.
I'd concur. And Lat64's Zero Hard (same as Classic for Dynamic Discs) is awesome putter plastic.
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Old 08-30-2016, 11:22 PM
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Can't get enough of my Fossil Fuel Wizards. Love the feel of them for putting and throwing. I am just glad I bought a stack of them while they were here. Definitely hope there is future runs of Fossil and Fossil Fuel.
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Old 08-30-2016, 11:43 PM
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Can't get enough of my Fossil Fuel Wizards. Love the feel of them for putting and throwing. I am just glad I bought a stack of them while they were here. Definitely hope there is future runs of Fossil and Fossil Fuel.
I hope they get some back in! Would love to try them out.
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Old 08-31-2016, 07:28 AM
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Can't get enough of my Fossil Fuel Wizards. Love the feel of them for putting and throwing. I am just glad I bought a stack of them while they were here. Definitely hope there is future runs of Fossil and Fossil Fuel.
I agree. I grabbed 5 Fossil, 5 Fossil Fuel, and 5 G9i from RDG when they had them, and I'm glad I did. The Fossil Fuel has been my favorite so far though.

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That's the idea, but at least some of the PWP stuff is like rff in flex. Some of it is quite firm too, so who knows.
I know I've seen some differences in Fossil across different molds, but all of my wizards have been pretty much the same. Maybe I've only seen them in a small sample size though and the stack I bought were all from the same batch.
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That's the idea, but at least some of the PWP stuff is like rff in flex. Some of it is quite firm too, so who knows.
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Wow

Mine are rock hard
Both the PWP I've had were very similar to SSS. Not stiff at all.
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