Spike wrote:Ok I have a question for you Rattler-lovers...
Which of the Pro D versions is better do you think, and why? At the stores there seem to be an overlap at the moment, where both the old and new Pro D plastics are available (I'm not interested in any other than the regularly produced runs, no odd runs for me)
I WANT to love Rattler too
Well, I've heard that they all fly the same. So then it would boil down to preference. Mark Ellis(Mr. Rattler himself ) suggested I try the current run of blues - they are tacky to the touch, and the flight plate has a decent amount of give to it.
Sort of a "soft by not too soft" vibe - if you're into that. I generally much prefer stiff plastic(especially for putters) but its a Rattler, you gotta throw out all conventional thought
Also - aim for one in the 170g range. You ain't throwin' this thing in the wind(ever) anyway - and going a bit lighter really gives it some gnarly glide.