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View Poll Results: What are your favorite Trilogy putters?
Judge 41 40.59%
Warden 12 11.88%
Harp 27 26.73%
Shield 12 11.88%
Swan 12 11.88%
Dagger 4 3.96%
Mercy 11 10.89%
Pure 45 44.55%
Ruby 0 0%
Sinus 11 10.89%
Shield 9 8.91%
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Old 02-06-2015, 08:51 PM
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Default Favorite Trilogy putters? Market research needed

Here is the putter poll. I'm gonna guess there are gonna be a ton of Judges and Wardens.
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I putted with Judges for a while and got my first ace with one. I still have my stack of blacks and buy one whenever I find one.

Mercys feel sweet and if they fly like everyone says they could be my driving putters.

Then there is the Pure. Between the base plastic and the premis its the go to single mold putter. Unless you need a bead.

OS putter goes to the Harp. Base and premi plastics. Lots you can cover with this mold.

Black Zero Hard is my favorite putter plastic. Once it beats up it grabs the chains like no other.
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ughh I always have to mess something up! lol

Just vote for shield once guys!
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let me save you the hassle ... winners will be: Pure or Judge.

Pure it the only latitude putter worth a damn tho.
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What? No Spike's?

I know there not popular, but there're a really great shallow rim putter.
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What? No Spike's?

I know there not popular, but there're a really great shallow rim putter.
too many new putters to get that love.

In the good old days you rolled Pure (GRIP LINE) Spike (zero) and a Sinus AP or SP given your normal playing temperature.
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Yeah, I used the Spike for awhile, liked it but couldn't find any more for awhile, so I dropped them. When to the Yeti and Judge.
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What? No Spike's?

I know there not popular, but there're a really great shallow rim putter.
Damn it. I keep messing up all of my polls/threads somehow. I gotta stop or I'll get banned.

I'll eventually get some Spikes and others, if anything so I can check them out at least. Looks like I should have put up a poll asking, "What plastic do you prefer for Judges and Pures?"

I personally like my Mercy. I currently use a Wizard (which I'll need to stock eventually...)
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The Harp isn't really a putter per se, though you can putt with it. But it's by far my favorite disc on this list.
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