P2 putter - Psycho

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Re: P2 putter - Psycho

Postby steezo » Wed Nov 14, 2012 6:09 pm

Booter wrote:hurry and get parker a pp2...he cant putt for shit with that damn taco'd mercy..it looks like a juju putter with all the dimples in it after todays round :)


Oh SNAP ! I just saw this. suk it boot strap- I wasn't wooed over the PPsquared. I did buy a clearly X'd-OUT Mercy for full retail price- :evil: Zach :evil:

Zach does have the nice special P-P2s though. He gleamed as he let everyone look at it but not touch his disc.
The more I throw, the easier it gets-
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Re: P2 putter - Psycho

Postby BLURR » Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:02 pm

Got my P-P2's in today. Took them out for a 50 putt practice. My first impressions... Image.

Definitely what I was hoping for. Might have to see if Santa will deliver some more of these. The spring season needs to get here quicker.
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Re: P2 putter - Psycho

Postby BLURR » Sun Nov 18, 2012 4:46 pm

Got a little more work in with these today. They putt really nice, but the plastic they are ran in isn't durable at all. I hit dead center chains on a putt and it ripped a big chunk out of the nose of the putter. Definitely not as durable as the KC plastic.
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