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Day 2 of P2 testing:
Threw 30putts before a round this morning of those 25 were good. The real joy of today was the P2 on the course (left all Wizards at home so I'd have to use the P2) putts were sticking everywhere 20', 30' seemed to not matter. The ones that didn't stick mostly hit metal can't remember an airball. The range at which I am comfortable seemed to increase. The stability is almost Identical to the PWs but activates differently. The P2 flies and putts much more "true" lines. Clean in the hand and effortless on the release. Used for ups the P2 nestled within 10' of every basket I threw it at (except one but I nailed the comeback) I am impressed with this disc. Enough so to try it in a different plastic.
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Old 02-10-2019, 11:04 AM
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Old 02-10-2019, 10:36 PM
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Zone!!
For what shots?
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Old 02-10-2019, 10:42 PM
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For what shots?
Zone shots!

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Old 02-10-2019, 10:47 PM
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Yeah but is it you main putting putter or for other shots then that?
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Old 02-12-2019, 08:35 AM
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Yeah but is it you main putting putter or for other shots then that?
Zone is not a putting putter. So, approaches. Flex, straight to fade, sweeping hyzer FH or BH some "utility" shots, skippy things and so on. You know, ZONE SHOTS!

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Old 03-02-2019, 09:43 AM
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I can't decide between the P2 and the Wizard. I can do anything with either of them and they are both comfortable to me. I have 15ish of each of them as well. Help.
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Old 03-02-2019, 09:49 AM
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Zone is not a putting putter. So, approaches. Flex, straight to fade, sweeping hyzer FH or BH some "utility" shots, skippy things and so on. You know, ZONE SHOTS!
Zone is not a putter. It's in that 'other' category.
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Old 03-02-2019, 09:54 AM
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Zone is not a putter. It's in that 'other' category.
I agree 100% oh, it's more of a tweener disc. I call it a putter because they Market it as a putter. Also the ways that I can personally throw the zone or at times much like a mid and at other time too much like a putter. I tried out a lot of OS putters before finally landing on his own as that disc. If there were a magic category I would put the Zone in that category.

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Old 03-02-2019, 09:57 AM
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I can't decide between the P2 and the Wizard. I can do anything with either of them and they are both comfortable to me. I have 15ish of each of them as well. Help.
Right on! I used PW Wizards after a brief stint with soft Wizards I sit on the P2 due to the fact that I don't really like beads anymore I don't know what happened it just all the sudden became uncomfortable. A chance they're both comfortable to you and you can do anything with either maybe do it the mathematical way one week on with the Wizards when we gone with the p to count your percentages go with the higher percentages that's probably not very accurate but it's all I got. If you like PW Wizards they're pretty good for forehand approach shots where is the P2 doesn't really flick well so if you're in a consolidating discs you might want to lean that way I personally found that the P2 and all of its plastic options gives me a more complete range of putter throwing options ikaria d-line a p line and S line and a sky God.

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