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The MVP Neutron Glitch is a very high glide and stable putter that lives up to the hype. Throw it flat for straight glidey shots, throw it on a hyzer for a soft hyzer and soft anny for a soft anny. This disc is not designed to go much more than 100 feet, and 200 tops it out. The Glitch is going to be one of those discs that you either love or don't understand how other people can throw it. This disc is lightweight and perfect for playing catch to warm up.
The flight path of the Glitch is as straight as it gets. It's a very slow disc with a flat rim and a flat top, so it's not meant to be thrown far. But it's always going to hold that line you put it on. The Glitch has a finite distance on it. You can toss it high and hard and hope that it holds that line, but it's going to stall out and drift backwards after a certain point. It's going to be perfect for getting around trees, or floating for a long way when you want to throw something soft under a branch and have it glide. The Glitch is the polar opposite approach disc to most overstable discs. Throw it slow and allow it to get the distance by putting it on a line.
Neutron Plastic from MVP is a premium blend. It's super durable and because you're not throwing this at high speeds or with a lot of power it's going to last you a long time.
The MVP Neutron Glitch is a disc that's ideal for scramble shots, it's catchable and hits weird lines around trees. You can use this disc to navigate tight woods and still get the glide to the basket you're looking for. See why people have been snagging this disc off our shelves and get one for yourself.