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View Poll Results: What's your ideal putter weight?
175+ 88 52.69%
170-174 82 49.10%
165-169 12 7.19%
160-164 3 1.80%
151-159 1 0.60%
150 or less 4 2.40%
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:42 AM
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putter weight

This thread is not about the mold of putter you use, but just the weight of your putter. I spin putt and currently my anodes are 171-174 gr. I'm starting to enjoy the heaver putters.

How heavy do you prefer your putters to be for your putting style?

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Old 02-07-2013, 12:44 AM
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We don't care about your anodes

I push putt 170-175.
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:45 AM
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Depends on what I'm doin with em. I own mostly 175 Wizards for putting, but I think I may switch to Pures but drop to 174.

I like em 171-173 for upshots.

Idk my style of putt, Idk what each of em means tbh. lol Depends on the line I take, sometimes I put it on a higher line to sit under the basket, sometime I rocket it right at the pin.
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I imagine a 150 putter would bounce of the chains. Maybe they make them that light for driving?

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This thread is not about the mold of putter you use, but just the weight of your putter.
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We don't care about your anodes
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:55 AM
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I have a 167 for upshots and drives. I like to putt with 171. It seems like there's a bit more glide.
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:58 AM
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Honestly most of my discs except for a firebird and zone are not max weight.
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I used to go with 171g for putting but when i switched up putters i upped it to 173-174g, which I'm really liking.
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I prefer my putters at max weight, if for no other reason than I'm used to them like that.
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