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Old 12-29-2019, 11:09 AM
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Anyone have experience bagging two different weights?

My first Entropy is showing no signs of breaking in and there are times I would like it to be a little bit straighter so I was thinking about picking up a lighter one to pair with it.
I bagged a 167g and a 175g. Ended up taking the heavier one out. More glide and plenty of beef still on the 167g and it has not changed flight since I bagged it at release. These things hold there stability.
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Old 12-30-2019, 10:47 AM
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I think Mines also a 167.. It's plenty beefy, I couldn't imagine needing a 174g.
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Old 06-27-2020, 02:55 PM
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I am noticing that while I like the Entropy for backhand, it is overlapping a bit with my Resistor, it even skips almost as much. I still like it except I would like to have more grippy plastic for forehand shots. How does Entropy compare with say Zone, A2, Harp and other beefy putters/tweeners? I wouldn't mind even less glide, flatness is a plus.
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Old 06-27-2020, 06:36 PM
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I am noticing that while I like the Entropy for backhand, it is overlapping a bit with my Resistor, it even skips almost as much. I still like it except I would like to have more grippy plastic for forehand shots. How does Entropy compare with say Zone, A2, Harp and other beefy putters/tweeners? I wouldn't mind even less glide, flatness is a plus.
You will love the Electron Entropy once it comes out for general release. I got a bunch after some of the Winter Circuit Series. They season up nicely and fill that spot. I use to carry a Neutron Entropy and now cycle a fresh and beat Electron one. The grip is awesome.

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Old 07-11-2020, 04:12 PM
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I threw this next to my Zone. It is for sure replacing it. I use my Zone more for skips and this thing just has a touch more speed. When thrown flat or on a slight anny it actually has quite a bit of glide. I have a 173g for reference. I think I need a lighter weight for FH though as it seemed to take a toll on my wrist trying to get some distance.

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