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Old 01-15-2020, 01:08 PM
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Looking for the beefiest beefcake that Innova ever baked, preferably in speed 3 or less. Pig? Aviar x3?
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Old 01-15-2020, 01:13 PM
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I would lean towards the Pig. I've never thrown one but they've been making some for Ricky over the past year. So there's other options than an R-Pro (soft).

The AX3 is a really good mold. I tested it out a Star & it was really good for FH & BH. I just preferred to use two different molds / Berg for FH & PA1 for BH.

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Old 01-15-2020, 01:31 PM
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Blizzard PIG and HAWG is the most OS Innova putters i have thrown. . HAWG is the 2nd most OS putter i own, and i have +100

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If you end up trying a Croc, let me know what you think of it.

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A touch faster, but the color glow Scott Withers gators with the puddle top are just silly OS. They want nothing to do with an anhyzer and will let you know if you try

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I would also recommend a Pig. For me they are totally reliable for all kinds of shots. Love them for touch FH upshots, putting in strong winds, off the tee, or anything really. MF Gator is also a good option for the same reasons. I recently got a Viper out of a local used bin. It is a bit faster but way OS. It is a lot of fun to throw. There are not too many discs out there with positive turn numbers.

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Easily available: a Pig

Not so easily available: a Hawg

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I've never even heard of a Hawg, have to look it up.
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I've never even heard of a Hawg, have to look it up.
Describing it as a beaded Pig should give you an idea of what it looks like.

I think they’ve only been molded in Blizzard plastic but I’m not positive about that.

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I have a Hawg and was pretty disappointed with it. Hoping the flight would be similar to my pig but it wasn’t. Been too long since I tossed it to tell you why I didn’t like it. Not sure if it matters but my pig is board flat and the hawg has a moderate dome to it.

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