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...I love me some Neutron plastic.
You must live in an ultra dry climate or have skills I still need to learn. I also love my Neutrons but, for me, even a little moisture makes them fly out of my hand on their own accord.
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Old 05-30-2017, 06:02 PM
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KS, so definitely not dry, I spin putt with a modified fan grip. I don't drive with the putter in the rain, and also make liberal use of a towel.
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You must live in an ultra dry climate or have skills I still need to learn. I also love my Neutrons but, for me, even a little moisture makes them fly out of my hand on their own accord.
Neutron beats into a grippy plastic, it just takes a while. Once it does, it hits the sweet spot between grip and griplock.

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You must live in an ultra dry climate or have skills I still need to learn. I also love my Neutrons but, for me, even a little moisture makes them fly out of my hand on their own accord.


KC neutron my man. hard firm neutron with gloss worn off ... $$$
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Old 05-31-2017, 03:04 PM
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Aim - Thanks. How long did that take? I have a neutron Ion that I use for everything in order to try to get it to wear in a bit. After maybe 7 months of daily use, including 1 disc rounds and intentionally abusing it by playing it exclusively for urban practice on concrete and asphalt, and it still looks, feels, and acts brand new.
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