Is there something special I need to do, to keep MVP discs from spitting out when they're cold? I had 10 or more putts spit out, dead center, moving directly into the pole today at a tournament. They've been grabbing fine the last couple weeks in warmer weather, but today was like... Frost cold. I've never seen discs spit out that often before. Is there something I can do about that?
As it has gotten colder, I have been putting with gummier plastics. The only MVP putter I am still using on the course is my Tempo, which is the opposite of gummy/soft, but flies true and feels great in the hand. I've been starting to mess with a bit more of an anhyser release on mid range putts too. It seems to slow them down a little.