Grant wrote:Just received 2 162 Black Rattlers today and these things feel like no disc I have ever felt plastic-wise. The tackiness of these is second to none even in a little bit of rain these hold there grip perfectly. Can't wait to beat these puppies in this summer.
BrotherDave wrote:I'm thinking really hard about dipping my toes into Rattler waters. I really want a lid ~160 that behaves like a lid in regular golf weights or close to it, so that when I gear down from an Ion I'm not torquing the crap out of it as bad. I'm toying with a 166 Polecat right now but I want something a wee bit floatier I think.
Any particular weight/color/run/plastic Rattler I should look for? Mainly using this for approaches and get out of trouble stuff where I have limited arm/foot room.
BrotherDave wrote:I'm not super duper picky on feel (slick vs grippy) as much as durability. I just don't want to end up with anything close to R-pro Boss type plastic, ya dig?
The driver R-Pro used in Bosses can take about 5 landings a on a grassy surface before it starts to be too rough and beat in to be of any use...Mark Ellis wrote:I'm not sure I dig but I'm guessing you are not fond of R-Pro Bosses because they break in too fast or too much. In my opinion Rattlers get better as they break in.BrotherDave wrote:I'm not super duper picky on feel (slick vs grippy) as much as durability. I just don't want to end up with anything close to R-pro Boss type plastic, ya dig?
Rattlers are the masters of the soft, floaty, hovering touch shot. No putter can do that job optimally if it is overstable. So when a Rattler is being seasoned I am not worried if it is breaking in too fast or too much. I play catch with beginners in parking lots.
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