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Got a Zero Line Pure the other day. First off, the zero line plastic is so grippy! way more than any innova plastics. It's rigid with a bit of flex to it and is extremely flat top. Nice low profile a la XD, which gives it a more controllable feel... and I got a nice red one, so it looks sweet!

 

I use this as my primary putter. No driving for this beauty. Anyways, with the plastic being so grippy, and probably for other magical reasons, there's no possibility for roll-aways. It is predictably straight, and at longer distances, it has a soft hyzer that sits down really well.

 

The other part of the grippy plastic that makes this putter so nice is that if it hits chains, it drops into the basket. Left side, right side, it just sticks and sits. I really enjoy that sound of it gripping, as opposed to hearing that dreaded slipping of disc as your putt-- that you missed just a little but should have gone in-- deflects out of the basket.

 

What are other peoples' thoughts on the Pure? Anything to say about the Grip Line? -- Seems like it could be a nice putter for driving...

Tags: 64, latitude, line, pure, zero

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