So I picked up an Anode and was floored. It was everything I wanted the warlock to be. I still have some release errors with it (it is a little funky) and it does seem to pop out of the basket in weird ways. But it has already replaced my challengers. My question is, do you stick with the Anode or do you go back to the Ion. I want a little more stability out of a putter. But all of the stuff that the anode can pull off just makes it hard to pass up.
Thoughts on how you would use a Anode over the Ion or Ion over the Anode. Also, the is the Axis really that close to the Anode in terms of stability? The anode does some really cool stuff.
What about Aviar PnA? I've always really liked those for putting putters. I've found some worn in dx ones a few times on the course and tried them out some after calling the owners and waiting for them to show up. They always flew nice to me and wouldn't be a huge change from your KC aviars. But if you come down I'll definitely have some Wizards on hand, no warlocks though.
Evo can range from FLX to champion in terms of stiffness. It's nice for driving, not as much glide as soft but nice and durable and usually start out nice and beefy too. I drive with an FLX style evo wizard.
For putts I prefer one with a grippy surface feel but a stiff flight plate. Soft usually falls around this area. I use Organic softs for putts.
Gateway is extremely inconsistent in how they label their putters so it's hard to be more specific than that. I've felt SSS Magics that had no flex to them at all and softs that were quite floppy. Your best bet is to handle some at a store if possible, or if we ever get together and throw I could bring a stack of 20 or so for you to peruse.
Nah, ended up breaking my wrist and thumb so I was happy just to keep the distance I had during the Winter. Probably switching to Rocs too. Threw one for the first time in months yesterday and got about 380' on a hyzer shot that never flattened out. Felt really nice, seemed to glide better than my Buzz.