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Old 10-13-2011, 09:41 PM
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Originally Posted by GLong View Post
that's a big part of the problem.

unless you are already decent/confident at whatever style of putting you use, a max weight overstable (compared to other molds) putter is not going to help you one bit. i would liken to trying to learn how to drive a stick-shift on a souped up racing car.

i would recommend a more neutral putter (good ole beadless aviar or something similar) around 171-172. i know that you live in Texas and have to deal with more wind than most folks do, so a putter like a kc aviar definitely has its place. but until your putting is consistent and confident i would try something a little more forgiving.
I actually switched from classic aviars to the kc pros a couple of weeks ago on the advice of a pro from whom I purchased lessons. I have to agree that the more overstable putter makes for a much better hyzer skip approach disc. For putting at 10-15 feet, I can't see much difference, and I can't putt well enough outside that range to have any opinion about it as far as for putting further out.
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