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Old 03-15-2015, 09:57 AM
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I'm thinking about placing an order and adding a swan. Ice never tossed on and my wardens are getting beat...so I say why not. I've read good things on them but I'm not sure which to go with, swan 2 or the reborn. What are your thoughts on them? Any noticable differences?
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Old 03-15-2015, 11:50 AM
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I've read the Swan reborn is slightly shallower, but has the same understable flight.

I love the Swan 2 for putting, and used to use a Summit, which has the same 1.3 depth as Swan reborn, so I'd wager I would like it a lot.
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I've read the Swan reborn is slightly shallower, but has the same understable flight.

I love the Swan 2 for putting, and used to use a Summit, which has the same 1.3 depth as Swan reborn, so I'd wager I would like it a lot.
Nice. I just found a nice swan 2 hard on eBay, bought that one and I think I'll check out the swan reborn as well, but I'll probably get that one in soft or medium. can't wait to toss them.
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There are a couple short dogleg left holes I play reguarly, and the Swan 2 is perfect for a nice ahnhyzer drive on those. It sails pretty nicely for a putter.
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Old 03-15-2015, 04:27 PM
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-My swan 2 hard flies nearly identical to my 2.5yr dx rhyno- badass. Holds a line slow, hyzerflip to straight/turnover. If I dident bring my putting putters out for field work (seasoning) I would bag it.
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