vto wrote:I've been thinking about Pures to replace my P&A Aviars, as the Aviar just doesn't feel as comfortable in my hand. On another hand I like the Aviar's flight path for straight and turnover drives and upshots, and flat putts, so that's the spot I'm looking at the Pure for: straight and turnover drives/approaches, and flat putts. (I use a VP for hyzer shots and high winds, so it doesn't have to do that). I did notice that the updated Joe's Flight Chart puts the Pure at exactly same numbers as the P&A Aviar, so looks good on that front. Having one in Zero for putts and one in Grip for drives seems popular choice, and I'd go that route as well. How's the Pure's glide compared to Aviar?
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