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Old 11-08-2017, 05:31 PM
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I guess I would say it’s a more rounded, beadless aviar. But where the aviar feel a minuscule amount concave. The p2 feels flat on the wing. The best hand feel I’ve found. And I only used beaded putters until now.


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If it is beadless then I might get one as a Driving putter if they make it in either C line or S line. I love the Classic Aviar and if this is like the classic Aviar then I might get one as I have wanted Innova to make the Classic Aviar in harder plastics for a driving putter for a while.
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Old 11-08-2017, 05:50 PM
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If it is beadless then I might get one as a Driving putter if they make it in either C line or S line. I love the Classic Aviar and if this is like the classic Aviar then I might get one as I have wanted Innova to make the Classic Aviar in harder plastics for a driving putter for a while.
They do make S-line and C-line P2s. I've got a couple of S-Line P2s, and they're great for approaches and driving.
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Old 11-08-2017, 06:01 PM
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Nice, then I might get that as a driving putter. I do use a Shark for that purpose now. I did use a Putter at one point for stuff but that same putter is now a uphill and downhill putter a floppier putter but not too flopy that was like a shallow height big bead Aviar that I am looking for a Innova or Discraft disc as a disc in to try to stay with those two brands. If worst case I will get a Soft Magnet for that uphill/downhill putting shot as I use the Jawbreaker 2 same weight and a old stiff Hard Pro D same weight and as my Main putters.

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Old 11-08-2017, 09:03 PM
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Nice, then I might get that as a driving putter. I do use a Shark for that purpose now. I did use a Putter at one point for stuff but that same putter is now a uphill and downhill putter a floppier putter but not too flopy that was like a shallow height big bead Aviar that I am looking for a Innova or Discraft disc as a disc in to try to stay with those two brands. If worst case I will get a Soft Magnet for that uphill/downhill putting shot as I use the Jawbreaker 2 same weight and a old stiff Hard Pro D same weight and as my Main putters.


Uhh... sure. Get an S-line p2 if you want long lasting plastic, though I throw a p-line with great effect as well. I like to cycle discs so I don’t mind the gradual break in, but if you want something to stay the same for a while get it in S.


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Old 11-08-2017, 10:13 PM
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Uhh... sure. Get an S-line p2 if you want long lasting plastic, though I throw a p-line with great effect as well. I like to cycle discs so I don’t mind the gradual break in, but if you want something to stay the same for a while get it in S.


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Still not 100% on the disc as I use a Star Shark max weight in place of a driving putter right now. Still looking for a lower Profile Big bead Aviar in a true slightly floppy plastic, like a G Star Plasitc or R-Pro as a putter for Uphill and Downhill putting So I can get a new disc for this. My old one I still have is A Lightning U-2 or Upshot #2 in prostyle plastic but the ones left are not in a max weight from Got To Go Got To Throw that has those and I do not want to Have to wait for the brand to run out of the disc before I can get another in the weight I want. I might even go with a Magnet Pro D Soft for the disc as the Jawbraker 2 one as a longer putter other a shorter putter and an old Stiff Hard Pro D Magnet are my main putters and I would not have to change much with my play. I will get a P2 in harder S or C plastic if I desire to go back to having a driving putter, my U-2 was a driving putter as well as the function I still use it for. I like the Classic Aviar and if a P2 is very close to that disc I would get it as a driving putter, hate having a bead on a putter and then lower profile putters from Innova from the feel you might as well be using a putter style midrange.

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Old 11-08-2017, 11:47 PM
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Still not 100% on the disc as I use a Star Shark max weight in place of a driving putter right now. Still looking for a lower Profile Big bead Aviar in a true slightly floppy plastic, like a G Star Plasitc or R-Pro as a putter for Uphill and Downhill putting So I can get a new disc for this. My old one I still have is A Lightning U-2 or Upshot #2 in prostyle plastic but the ones left are not in a max weight from Got To Go Got To Throw that has those and I do not want to Have to wait for the brand to run out of the disc before I can get another in the weight I want. I might even go with a Magnet Pro D Soft for the disc as the Jawbraker 2 one as a longer putter other a shorter putter and an old Stiff Hard Pro D Magnet are my main putters and I would not have to change much with my play. I will get a P2 in harder S or C plastic if I desire to go back to having a driving putter, my U-2 was a driving putter as well as the function I still use it for. I like the Classic Aviar and if a P2 is very close to that disc I would get it as a driving putter, hate having a bead on a putter and then lower profile putters from Innova from the feel you might as well be using a putter style midrange.
Just try a S-line P2. If you like it, you're set. If not, pay it forward -or- sell it to one of these DGCR peeps...
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Old 11-17-2017, 07:55 PM
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Old 11-28-2017, 10:38 AM
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Old 11-28-2017, 02:40 PM
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I have several Wizard putters and a Zuca Cart on its way to me. I waited until Friday for Infinite Discs to have there Gateway sale and grabbed a few putters in SSS and SB. I'm just getting back into disc golf but used to play a lot when I was younger. I was not sure about purchasing a disc golf cart but I have a fake right knee among other old sport related injuries so the idea of pulling or pushing my discs and having a nice built in chair to sit in when needed seemed like the way to go.

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I have several Wizard putters and a Zuca Cart on its way to me. I waited until Friday for Infinite Discs to have there Gateway sale and grabbed a few putters in SSS and SB. I'm just getting back into disc golf but used to play a lot when I was younger. I was not sure about purchasing a disc golf cart but I have a fake right knee among other old sport related injuries so the idea of pulling or pushing my discs and having a nice built in chair to sit in when needed seemed like the way to go.
I wouldn’t use a cart for most regular/practice rounds. But I would love one for tournaments where you get long hot days, enough distance that you don’t want to carry your discs and enough waiting that you want that built in seat.

With your knee you might enjoy the cart all the time!! Welcome back!
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