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MVP SE Neutron Watt (Minnesota AM - Gnome Driven)

MVP SE Neutron Watt (Minnesota AM - Gnome Driven)

Speed: 2 | Glide 5 | Turn: -0.5 | Fade: 0.5
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An instant classic from Skeet! This special edition Axiom Neutron Watt is in support of the 2024 MN AMs sponsored by MVP Disc Sports, we are excited to offer a limited edition fundraiser disc featuring TRIPLE FOIL "Gnome Driven" artwork by Skeet Scienski! We have recreated the layout of the hole affectionately referred to as "Scanny's Skip" at Kaposia Park. 

The foils used on these premium plastic discs are Digi Red, Shatter Dark Blue, and Holo Silver! 

The Watt has been much anticipated, considering it comes with the same characteristics as the MVP Glitch, and this now in max weight plastic! Coming in with flight numbers of 2 | 5 | -0.5 | 0.5, the Neutron Watt exceeds expectations of just how much glide a full weight putter can have. Much like its cousins the Ohm and the Pilot, the Watt is a deeper profile putter that is exceptionally workable, producing laser straight lines, beautiful turnovers, and reliable grip for driving. When you’re looking for a neutral to stable putter, find your new favorite with the Neutron Watt!

Flight Ratings: Speed: 2, Glide: 5, Turn: -0.5, Fade: 0.5

About the plastic: Neutron is an Opaque blend of premium polymers that offer extremely good durability and hand feel. Largest selection of bright colors. These have a decent amount of flex to them, but are on the stiffer side of something like an Innova Star plastic. Typically this is a plastic that is “true to flight numbers”, but it still depends on run to run.

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