POG- Mid, Oversize or Longbody.. which is best

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  1. NGreenwald42390

    NGreenwald42390 New User

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    which of these three racquets is the best :?:
     
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  2. kreative

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    i think it depends on your game.

    all court: POG mid
    baseline: POG OS and POG LB

    all are great racquets in their own respect.
     
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  3. NGreenwald42390

    NGreenwald42390 New User

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    are the remakes as good or close to the originals
     
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  4. Hedges

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    I haven't hit with the POG Mid, but I'm loving the OS. I'm an all-courter, can loop from the baseline or S&V and chip-n-charge with the OS. I can even hit a flat serve with heat with this racket. I really like this racket for volleys...contrary to most reports here stating the OS not strong on volley. Plus, it's been great for my arm/shoulder.

    I think the Mid is harder on the arm/shoulder than the OS.
     
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  5. Scotty5

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    I agree with Hedges. LOVE the POG OS, and find it performs really well for me in doubles, where I'm hitting mostly serves & volleys. It moves fine at net, and the big sweetspot definitely helps on reflex volleys when I'm trying to defned something hit right at me.
    In singles, I'm more of a baseliner, but still like what the big head does for my serve.
    I'd rave about it from the baseline, but there's already a lot of those on this forum.
     
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  6. NGreenwald42390

    NGreenwald42390 New User

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    well any1 are the remakes as good as the originals??
     
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  7. Lakoste

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    for me, i like mid
     
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  8. El Diablo

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    POG available now is just fine, feels like the one I bought in the early 80s. And yes, the OS volleys really well, maybe the best I've every used for picking up low returns during S&V and sending them back deep.
     
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