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Old 12-19-2019, 06:31 PM
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The inky thing I dont like about the KC is the plastic I have learned I dont like to stiff of a plastic
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Old 12-19-2019, 06:41 PM
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The inky thing I dont like about the KC is the plastic I have learned I dont like to stiff of a plastic
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Gateway's Supersoft (SS) plastic is anything but soft. It's pretty darn firm, so the OP might want to consider SSS or other plastic blends if trying the Wizard.
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Old 12-19-2019, 06:49 PM
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Want sleek? Envy in the premium plastic of your choice.

Want a more traditional stable putter feel in good base plastic? Wizard in SS or SSS.

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Old 12-19-2019, 06:51 PM
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Surprised I'm not seeing more recs for the Envy.
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It feels like I am in a loop... always same question, always same answer.

Tldr; the Envy is the best driving putter ever made.

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Old 12-20-2019, 11:39 AM
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It feels like I am in a loop... always same question, always same answer.

Tldr; the Proxy is the best driving putter ever made.

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FTFY - just kidding, but for real I have started to view the Proxy as my driving putter, with the Envy taking a backseat for when I need to finish left.

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Old 12-22-2019, 11:52 AM
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Yup I'm here to nice any Envy suggestions.. I can't compare to Aviars JK, yeti or whatever. I'd suggest Plasma but the base electron plastic is reasonably cheap, and has a faster wear pattern.

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Old 12-22-2019, 02:21 PM
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The Envy is amazing but for me it’s too long for that slot. I bagged one for a long time but it goes just as far as my midranges most of the time so I often bag the slightly more OS Harp because it doesn’t blow by as many baskets, and hooks a little harder.

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Old 12-22-2019, 04:45 PM
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DX Rhyno's are pretty nice too. Beaded, shallower and in DX they are not as overstable as the numbers suggest.

Once they beat in, they gain distance and lose the dump

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Old 12-22-2019, 05:07 PM
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If I was a Moose I'd overthrow everything too with an Envy.. TBH I don't have that problem but I also don't need a stable mid with an Envy or two in the bag.

Rhynos are excellent, I threw a old champ 178 Rhino for years, beautifully broken in. My problem was I couldn't get another that straight, tried multiple plastics and weights but didn't have the time to break it in or cash to get a nice old Pro Rhyno. Let alone multiple backups. Really good disc though. I used to rock a Rhyno/ Magic now I'm Envy/Spin... I'm pretty much throwing the same s***. Learned how to FH with a Rhyno too.

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Old 12-23-2019, 04:33 AM
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If I was a Moose I'd overthrow everything too with an Envy.. TBH I don't have that problem but I also don't need a stable mid with an Envy or two in the bag.

Rhynos are excellent, I threw a old champ 178 Rhino for years, beautifully broken in. My problem was I couldn't get another that straight, tried multiple plastics and weights but didn't have the time to break it in or cash to get a nice old Pro Rhyno. Let alone multiple backups. Really good disc though. I used to rock a Rhyno/ Magic now I'm Envy/Spin... I'm pretty much throwing the same s***. Learned how to FH with a Rhyno too.
Innova has a Stiff Pro Rhyno in its lineup as a limited run from the Innova Disc Golf Pro Shop. Basically just the driver Pro if you do not want the R-Pro a close disc to the Old Pro Rhyno if you can find the right run of R-Pro that is like the old Pro Ryhno.

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