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Royal Soft Profit First Run - Piggy Bank

Royal Soft Profit First Run - Piggy Bank

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2/3/0/2 - RO-PRO1-22 *storage wear possible with this plastic type   

The Profit is Mint's third disc, and first putt + approach disc. While we don't want to call it the next Alpha, it's safe to say this is that putter that gets pretty close. It covers a plethora of shots, as a slighty overstable putter or easy to range driving disc.

Royal plastic is a "pro grade" plastic. The benefit to this plastic over Sublime, Apex or Eternal is the superior grip in all conditions. The tacky feel is uniquely soft yet firm. Royal plastic is also an ideal option if you want to it to wear in or "season" faster. Typically this type of plastic will get a straighter flight as it wear's in and loses it's high speed stability.

The Royal plastic blend from Mint Discs has a firm yet grippy feel, perfect for putt and approach discs. 

Originally PDGA approved on May 23, 2019, the Profit is our third disc, and first putt & approach disc. While we don't want to call it the next Alpha, it's safe to say this is that putter that gets pretty close. It covers a plethora of shots, either as an ideal slightly overstable putter (2/3/0/2) or as an easy to range driving disc.

Why do we think that? It starts with the top of the disc. The flat top profile helps for a clean and consistent release on any shot. Forehand dominate players will love this as your go-to approach with the basket in sight. Just give it a pop and let it find the chains.

It also features a "bead" on the bottom of the rim. The bead fits perfectly in the crease of your finger and this helps the disc fit snug in your grip.

While the bead can help add flight stability, it's real intention is to help it maintain that stability over a longer life span. The Royal plastic is less durable than our Eternal, Apex or Sublime options. This means it might lose chunks of plastic from time to time. The bead being on the bottom will help absorb some of these hits and slow down the wear and tear you might see on an otherwise non-beaded putter. Trust us though, you want to beat this disc up because a well seasoned Profit is MONEY IN THE BANK!

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