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Old 12-20-2018, 11:40 AM
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Straighter Bard? Slower Pine?

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Old 12-20-2018, 11:50 AM
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Huh... seems too close to the Pine to be useful but who knows.

For me the Bard is just perfect, they can do almost everything and feel good in hand. Maybe these will be that less stable one that people like?
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Old 12-20-2018, 11:52 AM
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Interesting. I'd say that VIP Pines are already perfect as a straighter Bard. Harps are a 4-3-0-3, the same speed as this, so I guess this is a straighter and glidier Harp? Sounds kind of odd but intriguing.
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Interesting. I'd say that VIP Pines are already perfect as a straighter Bard. Harps are a 4-3-0-3, the same speed as this, so I guess this is a straighter and glidier Harp? Sounds kind of odd but intriguing.
Forgot about that. So, they have 4s in both putter and mid categories. Strange.
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Old 12-20-2018, 12:07 PM
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I can't find anything about this one on the PDGA approved discs page, nor can I find a hit on Google... I wonder if it's listed with a Finnish name somewhere?

I'm curious to see if it's more Harp-like or more Pine-like in terms of diameter and height etc.
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Wonder what the dimensions are.

Is it smaller like Anvil from last year or a little bigger like the Pine & Bard.

Bard is a little deep for me, Pine feels about perfect.

Will be interesting.
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According to the video it holds any line, even with more power.

Similar to a Comet I wonder.
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I can't find anything about this one on the PDGA approved discs page, nor can I find a hit on Google... I wonder if it's listed with a Finnish name somewhere?

I'm curious to see if it's more Harp-like or more Pine-like in terms of diameter and height etc.
It has not been PDGA approved yet...expected to be included in the January batch. It's not scheduled for release until March.
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I'll give it a go when it comes out - Westside dominates my putter and mid sector as it is.

Agree that it is hard to see much differentiation at this point.

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