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Old 05-30-2019, 09:51 AM
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Envy/Proxy/Atom/Particle is a 10mm wing

Entropy is a 10.5mm wing

Ion/Anode/Spin are 11mm wing


10mm class listed as speed 3.

11mm class listed as speed 2.5.

Entropy is their only putter listed as speed 4.
What I thought once as well, but according to Zam, the class is based on height. The Entropy has a 1.2 rim.

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1.2 compared to 1.05 is a big difference. I wonder if MVP is only measuring the overmold, and not also the inner rim from the flight plate?
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Old 05-30-2019, 01:09 PM
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What I thought once as well, but according to Zam, the class is based on height
That makes the most sense to me too. The classic putters like Anode/Ion are much taller/deeper and fly like an Aviar/Wizard speed 2. Envy is way more shallow and because of that definitely faster...I notice the affect of the depth/height so much more than a slight rim width change when the disc is that blunt.
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Old 05-30-2019, 01:44 PM
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"Entropy" is another one of those mold names that does not inspire confidence, similar to "Pine" and "River"

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Old 06-07-2019, 05:11 PM
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Old 06-07-2019, 09:19 PM
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"Entropy" is another one of those mold names that does not inspire confidence, similar to "Pine" and "River"
I personally love the name. It made me google what a Entropy was and i got to learn something. Plus , its. different from animal names and whatnot....i dig it.
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Old 06-07-2019, 11:12 PM
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Yeah from messing around it's pretty good for an overstable putter. Fills mid duties in a heavy putter kinda way. It's weird for me because it almost flexes like I might flip it haha.. And doesn't.. Flies real straight on a Torquay FH, that's a fancy one, and dumps out great. Very agreeable, but I'm not seriously needing that slot but I know which disc I'd fill it with, enjoying it for a fling but not eloping.
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Old 06-09-2019, 06:24 PM
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Any single of Dynamics disc names.....

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Old 06-09-2019, 08:51 PM
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Any single of Dynamics disc names.....
Not sure why so many people feel the need to harp on DD's nomenclature. Felon, Justice, Judge, Raider, Maverick, and Enforcer are pretty cool names. Discraft (Roach, Stalker, Xpress) and Innova (Cro, Rat, Whale) have some clunker names as well. And Axiom has possibly the worst name (Vanish). It's just a name.

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Old 06-09-2019, 08:55 PM
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Not sure why so many people feel the need to harp on DD's nomenclature. Felon, Justice, Judge, Raider, Maverick, and Enforcer are pretty cool names. Discraft (Roach, Stalker, Xpress) and Innova (Cro, Rat, Whale) have some clunker names as well. And Axiom has possibly the worst name (Vanish). It's just a name.
DD names just seem to suck as a rule. The few good ones are outweighed by a bunch of, in my opinion, crappy ones. The other companies have crappy ones, for sure, but at least in general their convention is silly.
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