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Old 12-14-2019, 08:37 PM
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Man, I'm loving the PP putter for throwing as well as putting. I've been getting the putter out to about 220 feet with just a tiny bit of fade. Oh and the plastic is fantastic.
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Old 12-18-2019, 03:27 PM
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I cannot find these anywhere.

Also, from the descriptions from others in this thread it sounds like the PPPP is similar to a Maiden? Agree/disagree to those that have thrown it.
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Old 12-18-2019, 04:52 PM
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I cannot find these anywhere.

Also, from the descriptions from others in this thread it sounds like the PPPP is similar to a Maiden? Agree/disagree to those that have thrown it.
Stability of a maiden seems accurate but with a profile similar to a deputy, no bead. Slightly more glide.
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Old 12-18-2019, 08:53 PM
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How well does the PPPP hold a anhyzer turnover throw. . Will it hold the anhyzer line to the ground or will it fade out in the end?
It should hold to the ground, mine do. I found that it is very similar to a fresh X Comet but as a putter.

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Old 12-18-2019, 10:24 PM
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I ordered one for my 9 year old daughter. Finally got it on Saturday. She probably won’t let me throw it. It feels pretty good in hand though. I may have to give one a try when the stock run comes out.
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Old 12-20-2019, 04:44 AM
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I ordered one for my 9 year old daughter. Finally got it on Saturday. She probably won’t let me throw it. It feels pretty good in hand though. I may have to give one a try when the stock run comes out.
Get a Challneger SS. It's the same idea with the PPPP as with the Roach/Luna. I bought a Chally SS along with a Roach for the comparisons. Luna=Roach and PPPP= Challneger SS.

That looks super amazing.

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Old 12-20-2019, 05:27 AM
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Get a Challneger SS. It's the same idea with the PPPP as with the Roach/Luna. I bought a Chally SS along with a Roach for the comparisons. Luna=Roach and PPPP= Challneger SS.

That looks super amazing.
Challenger SS, PPPP and JB Roach was the three discs Missy G was testing to be her putter.
Let´s hope she makes a comparison video

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Old 12-20-2019, 11:32 AM
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Man, these neutral, unbeaded, chubby rimmed putters really seem to be taking over. Taking over discraft, anyway.

I would like to see every top tier team member of every company be the driving force for new molds - Sexton's Nexus, Paul and Paige's line, awesome. Does Trilogy or any other joint have these pro models yet? It's got to be a matter of time, yes?

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Old 12-20-2019, 11:37 AM
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Yeah I would say it’s fairly shallow like a pure. You can actually notice the glide of the putter starting from 20ft from the basket. If I were to guess probably 1.3cm on the inner rim thickness. The putter definitely has more glide than speed. If I were to place numbers on it I would say 3,5,0,1. It’s definitely a straight putter and not an understable one. Can handle a light headwind with the right spin and not diverge from its line

I will say though while the plastic feels good, it needs to be looked at the most. It’s not very durable. Below is paiges putter putted with over 3 days about 75 times total. The other is my jawbreaker roach now almost a year old. Paige’s putter is pretty much as dinged up as the roach and there’s a fairly big chunk taken out of it. Otherwise I really like the disc and I think it will be my new putter. Haven’t driven or approached with it yet. Just had another son so won’t be getting out to a field very much
At first I thought "well, quit driving it into the rocks" - then I saw this is from putting, lol.

Hopefully they iron out the durability issues. Shoot, I guess outside of DX level plastic I'm not aware of a truly grippy rubber blend that doesn't have durability issues - RPro beats in quickly and drastically too.

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Old 12-20-2019, 07:34 PM
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Shoot, I guess outside of DX level plastic I'm not aware of a truly grippy rubber blend that doesn't have durability issues - RPro beats in quickly and drastically too.
Electron Soft.
Gateway Eraser.
XLink. (yeah, I know they are OOP)
RPM Magma( somewhere between DX and KC Pro)
And... whatever that nasty stuff the Blowfly II is made of...

I putted with the same soft E Atom for over a year with very little wear.

The Eraser Wizards I used to throw took rock hits better than KC Pro yet were more grippy than DX.

Magma wears in at about the same speed as DX but is more resistant to abrasion.

Unless you take a side grinder to XLink, they will break down chemically before they wear out.

I won't touch Blowflys but I have multiple friends that have had the same one in their bags for over 5 years.

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