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Is getting one in normal and one in soft a better idea than just worrying about which one is better??? I want to use the envy for driving putts and approach shots...
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Old 06-07-2016, 08:16 PM
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The best idea is getting 2 Envies and 2 Proxies.
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Old 06-07-2016, 11:16 PM
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Is getting one in normal and one in soft a better idea than just worrying about which one is better??? I want to use the envy for driving putts and approach shots...
This is tough. If you really only want one the best bet is to fondle them first, because the most important difference between them is how you like the feel of the plastic and which gives you the most confidence in that sense.
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Its not tough... Really just about what a player likes'

Plasma is between soft and reg too. Its not that big of a deal at all to pick 1 when they all feel similar and fly legit.
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Its not tough... Really just about what a player likes'

Plasma is between soft and reg too. Its not that big of a deal at all to pick 1 when they all feel similar and fly legit.
That's all I was saying, it's tough for me to tell another thrower which plastic they're going to like. (And I forgot about Plasma, though the OP didn't mention it.)

And no, soft and regular N don't feel the same when throwing each.
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Old 06-08-2016, 10:03 AM
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That's all I was saying, it's tough for me to tell another thrower which plastic they're going to like. (And I forgot about Plasma, though the OP didn't mention it.)

And no, soft and regular N don't feel the same when throwing each.
...for me, that is.
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I throw/putt soft ions and reg of all plastics.
I throw soft neutron proxy and reg. Have a plasma on backup.

Its whatever when it comes down to feel. Not like electron vs plasma. Point is not really something to obsess over when they all come from similar premium plastic blend. Hell even my reg neutron isn't that hard when hot and sunny. It shouldnt be a hard decision at all. You cant go wrong lol.
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Old 06-11-2016, 10:09 AM
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I throw/putt soft ions and reg of all plastics.
I throw soft neutron proxy and reg. Have a plasma on backup.

Its whatever when it comes down to feel. Not like electron vs plasma. Point is not really something to obsess over when they all come from similar premium plastic blend. Hell even my reg neutron isn't that hard when hot and sunny. It shouldnt be a hard decision at all. You cant go wrong lol.

Top pros tend to choose stiffer plastics for driving putters.
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Who gives a ****? I do too for putting.
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After a couple weeks of the Envy/Atom combo for putting and driving I'm really liking it. Almost makes me wonder if I need Harps and that thought scares me. I've used them since the first runs dropped and I never thought I could do without it.

Harp is safe today. But I wonder for how long.
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