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Old 08-27-2019, 02:00 AM
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Yes, i'm using it as main putter. Feels pretty much perfect in my hand, especially flat ones. It is the disc that has the most intuitive putting flight to me. Thus, it is the most predictable disc for my putting (which is all that matters really).

I'm also using Maidens as throwing putters, most often my lineup consists of
Maiden (BT hard); Maiden (Fuzion); Harp (BT hard); Harp (VIP-X)

TLDR I love Maidens, they replaced my Pures. Feel better, more comfortable and more predictable for me

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Old 08-27-2019, 02:16 AM
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Is there any word on premium maidens?
There are Fuzion Maidens in the Latitude online store

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Old 08-29-2019, 03:10 PM
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I've been putting the Maiden for a few months with pretty good success. One shot that it works really good is the anhyzer flick as an upshot. I've had a lot of throw-ins yet when I miss it always pans out next to the basket. I discovered this from a trouble position but have since incorporated it frequently even when the shot is wide open. I just flick it up to a point in space and let physics do the work from there. This is a one-finger flick btw.

It does a pretty good hyzer / hyzer-flip flick too - something I don't do much with putters until now.

I have noticed on back-hand upshots the speed of this putter takes some getting used to. I typically like an anny line here too but it can be easy to fluff them due to muscle memory from throwing slower, domier putters. You have to be deliberate and it helps to use a higher line and steeper angle.
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Old 08-29-2019, 03:59 PM
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I've been putting the Maiden for a few months with pretty good success. One shot that it works really good is the anhyzer flick as an upshot. I've had a lot of throw-ins yet when I miss it always pans out next to the basket. I discovered this from a trouble position but have since incorporated it frequently even when the shot is wide open. I just flick it up to a point in space and let physics do the work from there. This is a one-finger flick btw.

It does a pretty good hyzer / hyzer-flip flick too - something I don't do much with putters until now.

I have noticed on back-hand upshots the speed of this putter takes some getting used to. I typically like an anny line here too but it can be easy to fluff them due to muscle memory from throwing slower, domier putters. You have to be deliberate and it helps to use a higher line and steeper angle.
I just discovered this anhyzer flick upshot yesterday with my maiden! I just use 100% wrist and a gentle flick will get me 60-80'. I almost had several throw ins yesterday doing this.
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Old 09-04-2019, 01:52 PM
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I just discovered this anhyzer flick upshot yesterday with my maiden! I just use 100% wrist and a gentle flick will get me 60-80'. I almost had several throw ins yesterday doing this.
Yup. Super useful and accurate.

Another recent observation is that the Maiden putts well with the Feldberg style (bead resting in the distal volar plate of the index finger). Seems like most pros rest their index finger on the outside of the rim these days but that just doesn't work for me no matter hard hard I try.

Took me a little time to get used to this disc but it may be, after 13 years of musical putting putters, the first to permanently inhabit my bag.
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