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Old 06-28-2019, 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Dan Ensor View Post
Beads seem to give a straighter finish. They also sometimes hurt my fingers. And maybe do less well in the wind.
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Originally Posted by Three Putt View Post
I think when he said that he was talking about why beads disappeared largely from disc design and he said the only reason he used them was to increase durability and now you do that with higher density plastics so there is no real reason for them. Following that logic, an XT Aviar doesn't really need a bead.
IIRC, Dave Dunipace also once said he put beads on putters to give the user a place to rest his/her index finger, if so desired.

Also, to a more general point, beads DO give a straighter finish. For example, the Wombat and Wombat3 sometimes don't hold anny turnover shots all the way, and that's the reason I don't bag the Wombat3 over the Patrol.

The (unbeaded) Foxbat absolutely holds the turnover, and if there was a "Foxbat3", I'd probably be bagging it now. Maybe Infinite Discs can put a Foxbat3 into its Infinite Discs line...
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