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BT Soft Harp

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MSRP: $14.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $12.95

Special Price: $9.95

Regular Price: $12.95

Special Price: $9.95

SKU: 15015
Approach Discs
36, 37

Quick Overview

  • Low-profile Approach Disc from Westside

  • Super Grippy BT Soft Blend Plastic

  • Perfect Blend of Stiff and Gummy

  • Somewhat Overstable to Handle More Torque

  • Low-Ceiling, Headwind Appraoch Disc

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Regular Price: $12.95

Special Price: $9.95


The BT Soft Harp is a low profile approach disc that also works well as a fast, low-profile putter. The BT Soft Plastic used in this model is actually a fairly unique combination of a super-soft plastic that`s gummy across the top plate but still has plenty of lateral integrity through the wing, all the while maintaining a sticky, grippy surface feel. This disc will be quite effective on longer approaches where a putter may not have the speed or enough ceiling to make it to the basket. A deeply beveled edge will give it enough stability to handle a bit more wind than the average putter also, at least until it breaks in a bit. Overall, this is a great, versatile putt and approach disc that will serve many well and just may fill that little hole in your game where you were falling just a little short.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Westside Golf Discs
Speed 4
Glide 3
Turn 0
Fade 3

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