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Old 05-09-2018, 01:32 PM
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I threw a sky god the other day. Definitely didn't feel too bulky and I thought the flight was fairly close to what I expect from a p2
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Old 05-09-2018, 01:37 PM
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Swirly S Lines in my experience.
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Old 05-12-2018, 06:16 AM
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Got two swirlies in yesterday from Discbaron and they are quite soft (not as soft as the early runs but pretty good feeling) and VERY resistant to high speed turn. I put as much as I could into them and they still faded predictably and were quite overstable with good glide, probably out to 325' or so. I really love these discs...
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Old 05-14-2018, 11:31 PM
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Got two swirlies in yesterday from Discbaron and they are quite soft (not as soft as the early runs but pretty good feeling) and VERY resistant to high speed turn. I put as much as I could into them and they still faded predictably and were quite overstable with good glide, probably out to 325' or so. I really love these discs...
I got mine out on the course this weekend. I think they'll season up real nice. They feel really nice. S-Line P2 don't get a lot of love compared to the C-Line but they are so nice.
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I use First Edition Nate Doss Challengers and Circle Stamp Cam Todd Challengers if I wanted to test a P2 what would current users recommend?

D or P and why?

Can someone describe the feel of Stiff P2?

Is a Stiff P2 a P2 in KC Pro or would that be something else?
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Old 03-01-2019, 07:50 PM
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The stiff P-Line is Pro, which is KC Pro.

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Old 03-04-2019, 09:55 AM
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So I've been putting with the P2 for quite a few months now, and I even played my winter marksmen league using them and it is easily my favorite putter that I have used. As I've gotten better and more proficient at longer putts, I'm looking for something a little more floaty for my longer range putts (40-80'). I've been messing with the P1X and it seems to be a little better for me. Am I better off using the P1X for this slot? Or should I try using a lighter weight P2?

What are other P2 users using for this slot in your bag?
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Old 03-04-2019, 04:12 PM
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So I've been putting with the P2 for quite a few months now, and I even played my winter marksmen league using them and it is easily my favorite putter that I have used. As I've gotten better and more proficient at longer putts, I'm looking for something a little more floaty for my longer range putts (40-80'). I've been messing with the P1X and it seems to be a little better for me. Am I better off using the P1X for this slot? Or should I try using a lighter weight P2?

What are other P2 users using for this slot in your bag?
I'm kind of in the same situation. I started putting with an X-line P1x at the beginning of the winter, but ended up going back to my X-line P2 inside the circle. I'm in the process of testing a 166g D-line P2 for longer putts. So far, I like the extra stability when I'm putting some more "power" on a long putt. I have a feeling I'm going to stick with the lighter weight P2, but I need to break this one in a bit more to say for sure. I'll probably continue to test out the P1x in different weights/plastics on the side.
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