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Zero Medium Moonshine Pure - Kristin Tattar 2023

Speed: How fast the disc flies.
Glide: How long the disc stays in the air.
Turn: How much the disc curves right early in the flight (for RHBH throws).
Fade: How much the disc curves left at the end of the flight (for RHBH throws).

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Disc Color: White
Disc Weight
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The Pure is a modern classic in the putt and approach department. The disc was co-designed with Jesper Lundmark and features a comfortable grip and a medium deep rim, with minimum fade for the ultimate putting experience. Left, straight or right; it will hold any line on your approach shots. Elevate your game around the basket with the Pure.

Things you should know

Please note that product images may differ slightly from the actual product. Additionally, the shade of disc color may vary. For example, blue may range from baby blue to sky blue. Foil stamp colors are assorted unless otherwise stated.

Zero Medium

Zero Line is the soft grippy putter plastic used in our putters and approach discs. The plastic is chosen because of the good grip and feel. Zero Medium is right between Zero Soft and Zero Hard.

PDGA Specifications

Max Weight: 176 g
21.2 cm
1.8 cm
Rim Depth:
1.4 cm
Rim Thickness:
1 cm
Inside Rim Diameter:
19.2 cm
Rim Depth / Diameter Ratio:
Rim Configuration:
6.69 kg
Certification Number:
Approved Date:

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Iron Leif
Preeminent putter plastic period.

Zero Medium plastic provides the grip needed to stick in the chains, the stability needed to putt in the wind, and the durability to stay in your bag.
The Pure is shallower than most putters, so it fits in smaller hands, and is less affected by the wind. The blunt nose and bead provide plenty of surface to grip and spin.
If not for this disc, I'd still be putting with one of my mid-range discs.

David Bouwman
Zero Medium Moonshine Pure

This is my 2nd Zero Medium Moonshine Pure. I switched to the Pure mold strictly for putting 2 Winters ago. I was using a Zero Soft Pure and was perfect for colder temps in the midwest fall/winter. As the weather warmed up, the Zero soft beat in aggressively. Especially in the summer. The disc got a little bent and uneven. Lost its true shape. I grabbed the Zero Medium Moonshine Pure last year to try out the Zero Medium and how it felt. I felt it was a perfect balance to use all year round in the Midwest. I played all year around with that disc and It's taking the putting abuse like a champ. Disc has is beat in but has held its shape. Couple bumps and bruises and the stamp is starting to wear away. But is still my #1 putter in my bag. I cannot comment on using it off the tee pad since I use it strictly for putting. Dynamic Discs is awesome and gave me some DD dollars on my birthday this year. So I purchased a backup Zero Medium Moonshine Pure. Stamp is cool and it's a glow disc!

Keith Webster
Touched with Tattar Magic

This is a great disk. I made more putts, from farther away then ever before. It also had a very bright glow to it. I also love the stamp.

kellen smothers
As advertised

Bought these as backups to the Pures I already Putt with. Great discs.