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I only comment because you mention Whale and I'm assuming you are speaking of Innova Whale? Anyway, I really like my Whale in XT plastic. You just don't see them mentioned much.
Yep, same disc. I think it feels good in the hand and the flight sounds like perfect for a driving putter. I'm interested to try whale in XT and Champ plastic.

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Old 04-11-2019, 06:34 PM
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Yep, same disc. I think it feels good in the hand and the flight sounds like perfect for a driving putter. I'm interested to try whale in XT and Champ plastic.

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The XT feels really good and is quite durable as a putter but not sure how durable it would be when used as a driving putter.
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Old 04-14-2019, 08:42 AM
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P3x is no jokeri. Very different. Try the p3x
How does it compare to jokeri? Jokeri is very overstable without huge fade in premium/Ultrium plastic. Basic jokeri is pretty straight though

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Old 04-14-2019, 08:51 AM
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My p3x will hold a line. Strong throw it's dead straight. Easily shows some turn into any wind. I can throw a nice baby flex with it. It'll turn and slowly fight back. It's deeper in the hand, so I think it glides a little more, but not a lot.

Also decent for forehand, but not full rips
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Old 04-16-2019, 02:54 AM
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Try to snag the heaviest X line P1X you can find. They're a bit more stable in that plastic.
I just found a stack of Xlines on sale. Ordered few. I like the mold and hope that Xlines are a bit more stable.

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Update. I have 6 X-line P1Xs atm and i love them for putting but they are still way too understable for driving purposes. I think I have to stay with judges or try P2 or BB Aviar. Btw, how challenger/challenger OS differs from those?

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Have you tried a wizard yet? Sounds like you should if you haven't.

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FWIW the Shield is worth a look in VIP for a driving putter to keep up with those above. One of the best premium plastic old-school style putters for throwing I've found.

BB Aviar is amazing in Star if you can find one too. I'm just a fan of throwing premium putters and bagging different molds for OS, stable, neutral and US.
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Have you tried a wizard yet? Sounds like you should if you haven't.
I haven't. They are not available here so I have to order from online store. Can you tell me about their plastics? I like XT, Star, R-pro, fuzion a lot for driving.

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I haven't. They are not available here so I have to order from online store. Can you tell me about their plastics? I like XT, Star, R-pro, fuzion a lot for driving.

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Their plastics can be a bit confusing so I'll defer to someone more versed in that subject. I did have an organic plastic wizard and it was nice and tacky and firm.
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