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Old 03-02-2013, 12:39 PM
Cgkdisc Cgkdisc is offline
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It would seem that lower profile discs should be better for pitch putting since they usually have more glide and cut thru the air better when lofted with low or no spin than the typical putter height rims, especially the farther away you get for those who aren't as strong as those on tour. I use a Classic Roc or a softer Zeroline Spike (winter) for pitch putting and go to a lighter model when pitching outside 35-40 ft. The lower height rim is sliightly less likely to catch on your finger when you get tired and sometimes don't get your fingers out of the disc fast enough on release.

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