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    With the tacky rubbers I would agree with Tango K, you have to make sure you play with spin, even when driving a ball, you must make sure have enough brush or bite when driving through the ball.
    i find that when playing a harder hit driven ball with a tacky rubber if I don’t brush enough / don’t get enough spin the ball will go long. When I use a grippy bouncy rubber, R48 or similar I find it is easier to play those harder drives.

    Personally, I would say that a ‘Con’ of tacky rubbers is that driving and flatter hits are not it’s best attribute. Top spin, loops etc are a ‘Pro’ along with short game, it’s easier to push with the less bouncy tacky rubbers, especially keeping the ball short, and not ‘popping’ it up.

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