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Old 01-28-2018, 08:47 AM
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Btw I found Matrix and Emac Truth lines very similar, Matrix a tad shorter.
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Old 01-28-2018, 09:49 AM
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What are people using to bridge from the Envy to their drivers? This is a slot that I've had a really hard time nailing down since permanently bagging the Envy a couple of years ago. I've experimented with a few tweener type molds (Kaxe, Squall and Zombee) to avoid overlap with the Envy and the only one to really stick is the Squall but I find it's more of a finesse disc.

I'm looking for something that I can rip on like an Envy, feel confident that it's not going to drift right and not come back, but also not have a driver like fade at the end. Basically I want a longer Envy .

I also don't have a lot of access to feel up discs before I buy, looking for specific PLH's and such, so looking for a consistent mold. Also baseline plastics are a no-go due to the rugged nature of the courses I mostly play.

I used to love throwing Buzzzes and was thinking about going back that route. Maybe a Wasp? Too much overlap?

Maybe I'll just get rid of everything except Envys and Volts...
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I was going to say Buzzz, especially Titanium Buzzz. Then going higher, a Champion Leopard3.
And then a TL or FD...
I feel your pain, wolfy. Does the Titanium Buzzz glide farther than an ESP buzzz or does that vary upon run/dome, etc.? Genuinely curious

I have a flat ESP buzzz, which I ended up taking out after getting Envy; somewhat similar flights and tended to throw Envy more so didn't make sense to carry another disc.

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Old 01-28-2018, 11:41 AM
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What are people using to bridge from the Envy to their drivers? This is a slot that I've had a really hard time nailing down since permanently bagging the Envy a couple of years ago. I've experimented with a few tweener type molds (Kaxe, Squall and Zombee) to avoid overlap with the Envy and the only one to really stick is the Squall but I find it's more of a finesse disc.

I'm looking for something that I can rip on like an Envy, feel confident that it's not going to drift right and not come back, but also not have a driver like fade at the end. Basically I want a longer Envy .

I also don't have a lot of access to feel up discs before I buy, looking for specific PLH's and such, so looking for a consistent mold. Also baseline plastics are a no-go due to the rugged nature of the courses I mostly play.

I used to love throwing Buzzzes and was thinking about going back that route. Maybe a Wasp? Too much overlap?

Maybe I'll just get rid of everything except Envys and Volts...
I bag 3 Envys, Kaxe, Squall and a Z Wasp. The Z Wasp is good for low lines with fade and skip shots... 2 things the Envy isnt great on.

By all means put a Wasp in your bag.

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Old 01-30-2018, 04:02 PM
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I go Envy - Inspire/Crave.

I do keep a N Alias in my bag for low power flips or occasional floating anny upshots, but really I just put it back in so my discs wouldn't flop around in my cart.. lol

I have no more use for mids. I do much better going right to the slower 6 speed fairways. It's Envy and Proxy/Atom, then right to the 6 speeds. Those putters have so much carry it's redundant for me to carry a 5 5 -1 1 midrange.

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Old 02-04-2018, 05:47 PM
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So if rhe envy is the driving putter what is the putting putter compliment?

I putted with old Beadless Aviar P&A's and Omega AP's for years. Tried Banger GT's but really don't care for deep or beaded putters. So I ended up putting an envy/proxy/atom
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Old 02-04-2018, 05:49 PM
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Since I putt with Wizards, the obvious replacement would be the Ion.
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Old 02-04-2018, 05:50 PM
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Envy is both for me. Plasma for driving and Electron for putts. Proxy is also a great putter.

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Old 02-04-2018, 11:26 PM
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So if rhe envy is the driving putter what is the putting putter compliment?
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I drive witn old blend Neutron and putt with soft Electron. The Electron has more glide

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Old 02-04-2018, 11:37 PM
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So if rhe envy is the driving putter what is the putting putter compliment?

I putted with old Beadless Aviar P&A's and Omega AP's for years. Tried Banger GT's but really don't care for deep or beaded putters. So I ended up putting an envy/proxy/atom
anode would be the direct crossover for aviar pna
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Old 02-05-2018, 12:42 AM
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Also putting with an Envy. Season a Neutron for a few years and you won't be disappointed ��. Seriously, the older Neutron blends season into perfect grip and firmness.
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