BentElbow11 wrote:Soft and Flex plastics are grippier in any weather, not a good comparison in bashing Neutron.
A mid that's less stable if domey...interesting.
I am not bashing Neutron i am just saying they have definite limitations in the weather conditions they excel at. More so than some other plastics. It is also telling of my slick dry skin. It was 48 F at best today and my skin has peeled off from the outer layer in a couple of places luckily in a small area only. I have a problematic skin. Those holes to the outer layers were there before throwing and now there are more
Rain is a problen for many with Neutrons. At least the stronger torrents where the disc gets wet between toweling and the rip despite shielding the disc.
Rocs are flippier with domes vs without and Buzzes vice versa. Super domey Flashes were beefy and normal ones not and Ville Piippo has very flat super beefy Bosses. The best driving putter i have thrown is d P2 with a concave flight plate that makes it more hss not more lss than regular ones with a Huklab offset small stamp too bad they are not avsilable normally. Yeti Aviars are smaller beaded and concave vs KC Aviars and Yetis flip which is not surprising considering the bead difference. Rules of thumb? Err not.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.