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Old 06-17-2018, 07:40 AM
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Gotta have a bead man. That's a comfort issue I don't wanna skimp on.
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Old 06-17-2018, 07:44 AM
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Banger GTs are pretty shallow for beaded putters.
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Old 06-17-2018, 07:50 AM
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I use a rhyno for shorter, straight to stable finishes. If I need more distance and overstablility that’s when I pull out the zone. Both have their purpose for me.
I too carry both. Zone for me is usually used for forehands (I prefer touch approaches forehand over backhand). Rhyno is easier to range for me backhand.
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Old 06-17-2018, 08:11 AM
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This is where I am at and I don't want to pair a throwing mold with a putting mold. I am trying my damned-est trying to get comfortable throwing the deeper dish (I as well throw Wizards) and I'm 50/50 I guess my comfort level will grow.
More power to you here.

I just can't/don't want to spend the time getting used to throwing Wizards just to minimize molds. I putt with Wizards, but throw Judges and Rhynos. Judges, especially in premium plastic, are stable enough and beat in Rhynos lose enough stability to cover all my backhand throwing putter needs.

But you do you.
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Old 06-17-2018, 08:43 AM
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More power to you here.

I just can't/don't want to spend the time getting used to throwing Wizards just to minimize molds. I putt with Wizards, but throw Judges and Rhynos. Judges, especially in premium plastic, are stable enough and beat in Rhynos lose enough stability to cover all my backhand throwing putter needs.

But you do you.
I throw Rhynos as well. That's not a mold that has proven replaceable. I feel like sticking with the all Wizards is going to A) help me learn my Wizards inside and out. B) make the decisions easier on upshot/off the short tee. I hav been tinkering with the grip for a couple days now and found a pinch/fan grip that gives me the accuracy and snsp of a power grip. It is alien, but it's not uncomfortable. So we will see. Your train of thought is basically the other side of the coin here
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Old 06-20-2018, 07:46 AM
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I throw Rhynos as well. That's not a mold that has proven replaceable. I feel like sticking with the all Wizards is going to A) help me learn my Wizards inside and out. B) make the decisions easier on upshot/off the short tee. I hav been tinkering with the grip for a couple days now and found a pinch/fan grip that gives me the accuracy and snsp of a power grip. It is alien, but it's not uncomfortable. So we will see. Your train of thought is basically the other side of the coin here
Sticking with the Wizard netted me thebresults I was looking for. A slight variation of the sabre I guess? Pretty similar all along it was the repositioning of one finger that made gripping a deeper putter comfortable, also has proven to provide a cleaner release.
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Old 06-23-2018, 04:21 PM
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Link doesn't work :/ For putters, I like them deep, I do a combo of a fan and a control is the best way to describe it. I've probably mentioned it along the way somewhere, but for a throwing a putter (as long as you're okay with a deep one) you can't go wrong with the scale.
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Old 06-23-2018, 04:56 PM
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Link doesn't work :/ For putters, I like them deep, I do a combo of a fan and a control is the best way to describe it. I've probably mentioned it along the way somewhere, but for a throwing a putter (as long as you're okay with a deep one) you can't go wrong with the scale.
Putter grip https://imgur.com/gallery/avJ24iH
Yes you absolutely have mentioned the scale LOL. Iam happy with my Wizards.
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Old 06-23-2018, 08:13 PM
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Yes you absolutely have mentioned the scale LOL. Iam happy with my Wizards.
Lol, I'll stop then. That link works now.
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Old 06-23-2018, 10:23 PM
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Lol, I'll stop then. That link works now.
No, no, no man! There's a reason you like it right?? I started this thread because of my love for putters specifically. Hype em' bash em' sugest em' "puckin futters" is a safe zone.

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