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Leopard wrote:my view is that Anodes are a little on the normal-to-brickish side on low speed / short putts, but on high spin they glide like crazy.
Frank Delicious wrote:Leopard wrote:my view is that Anodes are a little on the normal-to-brickish side on low speed / short putts, but on high spin they glide like crazy.
This is it, all MVP discs have bad low speed glide but the anode has great glide when thrown as a driver with good spin. That combined with them being kinda faster than aviars and wizards and whatnot make them a long driving putter.
I did get out to the local pitch and putt and threw the pure and anode against each other and again while they are close, the deflashed pure didn't really like holding longer hyzers and loved anny drives while the anode still excels at straight and hyzer lines.
dehaas wrote:i asked the same questions over on dgcr and figured i would get much better information here...as a wizard thrower how would i find the pure useful? i carry 4 wizards, a beat light one, 2 pretty straight ones, and an glideless brick evo. i didn't know if they perform a certain type of shot better than a wizard, or if they would complement in any way, or could serve as a replacement.
i'm pretty content with my wizards at the moment but was curious as to what those who have thrown both have to say.
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