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Latitude 64 EZE Line Mercy

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MSRP: $11.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $10.95

Special Price: $9.95

Regular Price: $10.95

Special Price: $9.95

SKU: 12283
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Regular Price: $10.95

Special Price: $9.95

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The Latitude 64 EZE Line Mercy is the latest Putter from Latitude 64 and a great addition to their line-up!  These things fly straight and feel fantastic in the new EZE Line Plastic.  Great Grip!  Nice and stiff but pliable to a degree.

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Mercy is the latest putt and approach disc released by us. Designed with deeper rim and slower speed than our earlier putters, makes it a very good alternative in our putt and approach lineup. Stable and consistant flight for putting, approach and short drives. What else can you wish for? Made in our new plastic EZE line.

Flight ratings are:
Speed: 2, Glide: 4, Turn: 0, Fade: 1

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Manufacturer Latitude 64

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Jeff Ball Review by Jeff Ball
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I'm throwing a 176 in EZE. Fairly flat-top profile, fairly deep interior sidewall rim. Holds lines well, less affected by wind than other domier putters I have tried. Price point is reasonable so you can have several to practice practice practice. EZE does chip/gouge fairly easily, but as putt and approach, this is less an issue. I'm finally realizing that it ain't the disc, its the amount of time you put in to work toward consistency in technique and learning well the few discs you gravitate toward. and that process is a blast!! (Posted on 1/15/14)
Kevin DiVerde Review by Kevin DiVerde
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Sweet feeling putter! Flies a little less stable than the pure, but it is still great in the circle or for approaches and upshots. (Posted on 10/3/12)

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