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I see you ruled out the Envy....try it again!
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Old 03-30-2016, 03:01 PM
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Pa4!
You know I like Prodigy and am a fan of the PA-4. Having said that, if the OP doesn't like shallow putters like the Colt, Stud, Proxy, and Envy, then he may not like the PA-4. But he should not just take my word for it, and should try to find a PA-4 in a store to feel in his paws...
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You know I like Prodigy and am a fan of the PA-4. Having said that, if the OP doesn't like shallow putters like the Colt, Stud, Proxy, and Envy, then he may not like the PA-4. But he should not just take my word for it, and should try to find a PA-4 in a store to feel in his paws...
I didn't read the thread. Just the title.
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Old 03-30-2016, 06:35 PM
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Fossil or FF Wizard. Mold up flatter, but may be too stable for what you are looking for.

I think the Judge would be perfect, BUT, it is shallow like some of the others you mentioned.

The Macana is very mush like the Judge but deeper. I would probably try that. I practice putt with the Wizard, Judge, and Macana, and all feel relatively similar.
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This is so easy, a Kastaplast Reko. Great putter.
This ^^^

For sure, just picked up the Reko...Best putter I've used so far. I say keep looking till something clicks for you. My wife thinks I'm nuts but I have lots of plastic that ends up just for practice...It's fun to check different molds out, and eventually one will "hit" you!! The Reko has smacked me upside the head...It's fantastic (for me)!!
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Old 11-02-2016, 03:16 AM
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I would give Macana a go. Fits your spec perfectly.

It is board flat, doesn't really have much shoulder, when new it is quite straight/stable and is definitely glider.
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Old 11-02-2016, 03:39 AM
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Damn it, didn't notice this was an old thread and OP already registered the Macana.

Well, that would still be my recommendation.
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Old 11-04-2016, 10:35 PM
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Ha this is an old thread. I almost replied with a suggestion..
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I don't know about the flat part, but "glidey" definitely describes the Dart from Innova, I still putt with my very beat in/US one and also use it for hyzer flip drives and shorter anni lines, feels great and grippy in the hand to me, and soft enough in the baseline plastic to grab chains and stick those PnA landings on sloped terrain
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