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Old 01-10-2014, 08:59 AM
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I am new to legacy and I am curious about the main differences between the putters? I am also curious about which plastics are better for putting rather then driving? Any info would be a great help.
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Old 01-10-2014, 09:00 AM
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Well first it's called the "Clozer." So I'd start there lol
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The Clutch is very close to a Discraft Magnet (but a little better in the wind) whereas the Clozer is more like a BB Aviar. I've only tried them in Protege plastic and found it to be like a KC Pro/firm Gateway Soft plastic.
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The Clutch is very close to a Discraft Magnet (but a little better in the wind)
Gravity is the best for putting imo. Its a soft but stiff plastic. it doesnt beat in quickly either tho it will scuff just no actually damage. The plastic grabs chains well. I also like using it for anny upshots.

The protege is alot stiffer. It flies more stable (as in no hss turn not os) than the Gravity. I personally like it better for throwing than putting. Reminds me alot of the late 10x/early 11x, very durable.

Excel is their base plastic. I wasn't really a fan of it. Descently stiff but kind of slick (at least for me...especially when wet). significantly flippier. I liked this plastic for other discs tho (Ghost & Rampage) just not putting.

Icon is the 2nd best winter plastic imo (flx #1) and year round wise is probably the best. it never seems to change its stiffness and always maintains grip harmony, whether wet or dry. Lovely stuff, and is quickly becoming my preferred plastic blend. It's a throwing plastic tho not a putting plastic imo. If you are going to buy a driver from them I would chose an Icon one to start....specifically the Rival or Patriot.

Pinnacle is a really stiff champion type blend. Tho it is stil grippy and tends to be the most OS version of the mold. it also doesn't beat in (i have a rival that went through almost a full season and shows no signs of beating in). i wouldn't suggest it for putting as it will probably slide through the chains alot.
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I am new to legacy and I am curious about the main differences between the putters? I am also curious about which plastics are better for putting rather then driving? Any info would be a great help.
The Clozer has been the first real putter i've carried. Like others have said the protege plastic seems to be great for putting and upshots. I like the feel of the excel plastic but it seemed to ding up faster than DX. The 1 gravity disc that I tried seemed a little too soft for me liking.
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Well first it's called the "Clozer." So I'd start there lol
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Right now I have an Excel Clozer and it seems to compliment my Zero Pure. I want to try it out in Gravity plastic for sure. How does the Gravity plastic compare to Zero plastic from Latitude if you can answer to that?
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