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Aviar 3/x3 4 3.45%
Zone 38 32.76%
Rat/other OS innova 11 9.48%
Harp 27 23.28%
Scale/stego 6 5.17%
A1 0 0%
Other 30 25.86%
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Old 04-23-2018, 08:44 PM
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Other OS innova, I throw RPro Pigs
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Old 04-23-2018, 09:52 PM
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Rhyno, Pig, or Tank!
Could you give me a quick but thorough head to head of the rhyno vs. Tank please. Ive been intrigued by the tank but haven't tried it yet. Or is it tank is to rhyno as mortar is to gator?
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Jokeri .... sooo money
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Old 04-24-2018, 11:29 AM
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Could you give me a quick but thorough head to head of the rhyno vs. Tank please. Ive been intrigued by the tank but haven't tried it yet. Or is it tank is to rhyno as mortar is to gator?
The Tank is a beadless Rhyno. Production runs are soft and hard pro plastic. There are limited Recon/Champ runs for the Nick Hyde Memorial.

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Old 04-24-2018, 10:38 PM
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I chose other. Right now I am bagging a c-line P3. I am really liking the P3 over my s-line P2 because of the added glide. I also like how the P3 feels in the hand for forehand shots. It is quickly becoming a go-to for upshots and some drives.
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...and throw it into a headwind and still fade hard? ..and have it skip around the corner? ..and have it flex back to flat on a forehand anny approach line?
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I voted other. I use a Suspect for the OS Putter role because it is so easy to FH...
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Old 04-29-2018, 02:31 AM
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Prodiscus JOKERi
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Harp pairs nicely with the Colt. Harp for OS lines, Colt for straight to turnover lines. Both fit my FH grip well.

If I only carried one putter it would be something between the Harp and Cold - Wizard, beaded Aviar, Clutch, Envy, etc.

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Other OS innova, I throw RPro Pigs
I highly recommend you try out a (Stiff) Pro Pig from the Factory Store. They all come flat topped/concave. They’re stiff but still grippy. I still bag a beat up R-Pro Pig. I can’t wait until I have a beat in (Stiff) Pig. Unlike Tour Series discs these Pigs are pretty much always in stock.
https://proshop.innovadiscs.com/pro-pig-stiff.html

Ryan Bretell is deadly with Pigs.

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