JR wrote:Softs are tacky and flexible to a degree meaning pretty much but not the floppiest of discs. Hards are planks and slickish.
Fightingthetide wrote:JR wrote:Softs are tacky and flexible to a degree meaning pretty much but not the floppiest of discs. Hards are planks and slickish.
My local store had the new Lat 64 mid in stock in Zero Hard, and it actually wasn't too slick. It was actually somewhat velvety.
I ordered 2 Hard Pures for putting. I've tried to get on board with taller, slower putters, but my style (and lack of practice and playing) doesn't seem to work well with them. I'll give these a shot.
Fightingthetide wrote:How does ZHard compare with TM2?
Crosseyed0811 wrote:I gave them up and never looked back until my wife picked up a Zhard the other month and said "You need to look at this..."
Crosseyed0811 wrote:Oh okay, I was thinking someone told me Eze became ZHard and the old Zero was ZSoft.
JR wrote:Zero Hard is slickish and EZE is quite tacky for a plastic disc but nowhere near as tacky as the softs which are somewhat floppy unlike EZE and certainly far away from the plate like Zero hard. Zero hard? Mucho hard.
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