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Old 06-12-2019, 04:52 PM
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Have you tried a Piwakawaka? It’s a great manipulative flight with no bead and a very manageable rim.
I have been curious about this disc but have not tried it yet due to reviews saying that it is shorter than a Tui (The Tui is my main putting putter).
Maybe I should try a Cosmic Piwakawaka; what plastics have you tried it in?

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I'm too lazy to Google but I don't think you could make up a name like that haha.. It just doesn't sound like out of all the possible choices someone said yeah "Peewakawacka is it!". Unless Fozzie bear got a new job.
RPM discs out of New Zealand. It's named after the Maori name for a Fantail, a type of small bird. Boutique plastics, very nice. The Magma plastic is a better grade of KCPro...a lot better.
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Old 06-12-2019, 05:51 PM
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I have been curious about this disc but have not tried it yet due to reviews saying that it is shorter than a Tui (The Tui is my main putting putter).
Maybe I should try a Cosmic Piwakawaka; what plastics have you tried it in?



RPM discs out of New Zealand. It's named after the Maori name for a Fantail, a type of small bird. Boutique plastics, very nice. The Magma plastic is a better grade of KCPro...a lot better.
It’s certainly not short for me, easily in the 350-360 range which is longer than any putter I throw.

I have thrown Atomic and Stratus, Stratus is too flippy for me but Atomic is the perfect hyzerflip to straight mid for my style.

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Old 06-12-2019, 06:00 PM
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It’s certainly not short for me, easily in the 350-360 range which is longer than any putter I throw.

I have thrown Atomic and Stratus, Stratus is too flippy for me but Atomic is the perfect hyzerflip to straight mid for my style.
I have never touched any of the Atomic plastic. How firm is it? How does it compare to Elite Z feel and flex?

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I have never touched any of the Atomic plastic. How firm is it? How does it compare to Elite Z feel and firmness?
It’s more like Titanium, both in feel and flight.

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Old 06-12-2019, 08:28 PM
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I’ve only owned a handful of molds in atomic but it reminds me of kastaplast k1 or mvp neutron
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