TSA Nerve Temple "Anubis" Disc Golf Putter
The ThoughtSpace Athletics Nerve Temple "Anubis" is an overstable approach disc. It's an important flight path in your disc golf bag, to have something that doesn't glide, or turn. The stamp is crushed out of the park by TSA again. It features the head of Anubis with a pyramid, scarab beetle, and a cobra behind it. The crossed crooks and sarcophaguses on the stamp give the temple a very cool Egyptian feel.
The flight path of the Temple is going to be short and stable. It's an ideal forehand approach disc because it can handle the torque of those sidearm shots. The Temple has a flat top and the rim is slanted inward to give the disc that overstable dump of a flight path. The rim is smaller, so anyone can throw this disc even though it's designed with the more advanced player in mind. The Temple fits that hole in your bag in between a putter and a midrange.
Nerve plastic from Thought Space is a base blend of plastic that's well known for its incredible grip. It's perfect for the Temple because you're using this disc for precise and accurate approach shots, not big drives. So those little nicks and dings that the plastic gets will add more grip for you. It's a little softer too, so expect a bit more glide out of this disc than other premium blend plastics.
The Temple is a fantastic disc that belongs in the top of your bag. Snag it anytime you need to approach the green. It will be your go to disc inside 150 feet.
Other Plastic Options
- Premium durability long term use.
- Extra flex in the polymers.
- Very grippy for not baseline plastic.