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The MVP Neutron Entropy is an approach disc that's very overstable. With a flat top and shallow rim, this is perfect for forehand approach shots and backhand approaches as well. You won't flip this disc, it's predictable even in very strong headwinds.
The flight path of the Entropy is straight for 50% of the flight and then it will begin to hyzer and fade out. It's one of the most overstable discs you can throw. It's got a very low glide rating because all it wants to do is get down to the ground. It's a great choice for short flex shots and for any approach within 200 feet. When the Entropy hits the ground it bounces up and then stops quickly. While it falls under the category of putters, it's very difficult to use this consistently as a putter. It will hyzer right out of your hand and turn sideways, making it less than ideal.
Neutron plastic from MVP is a premium blend. It's durable and comes in a variety of weights and colors. It's got that little bit of flex to it, and is easy to grip onto.
The Entropy is a great approach disc. It's got that strong overstable finish with no glide. Put it out how far you want it to fly and let the Entropy ride. It's sure to be a workhorse in your bag in no time.