Axiom Electron Envy Firm James Conrad Signature Series Disc Golf Putter
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The Axiom Electron Envy Firm James Conrad Signature Series Disc Golf Putter is a stable approach disc and putting putter that will make a splash in your bag. It's got a little extra hard flight plate which allows for a more stable flight than other baseline plastics.
The flight path of the Envy is fairly straight with a minimal turn early in the flight. It's got a glide rating of 3 which is enormous for a putter, so plan for this to hang aloft for a long time. The firm plastic will make this a hair more overstable than the medium or soft electron Envy's. This plastic also makes the best choice for a putting putter as it will have a more reliable release from your fingers. The Envy is a great disc for approach shots, it was the mold that James Conrad threw on Hole 18 of the 2021 MPO World Championships to force a playoff.
Electron Firm plastic is the hardest and firmest version of the baseline plastic. It's still got that excellent grip in all weather that you're used to in Electron, but it's much harder and has a cleaner release. It's great in any weather and perfect for catching chains unlike more slippery plastics.
The Axiom Envy Firm has another cool part about this disc, it is the James Conrad signature series disc. So some of the money you use to purchase this disc will help support James as he travels the world throwing Envy's.
If you're looking for an amazing disc that can putt, be an approach disc, and can crash into the basket from 4 feet or 247 feet you've found it. Snag one of these putters while you can!
- Baseline plastic from MVP lowest cost.
- Very tacky and easy to grip.
- Beats in well, most understable plastic.
- Comes in three different stiffnesses.