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Old 05-02-2014, 07:56 PM
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Default Understable putter to hyzer flip?

I have been using a PA4 400 for touch approach shots where I want the understable flight path. I'm looking for putter in premium plastic that I can rip a hyzerflip (for tight, short, tunnel drives). In the circle I use a JK Ax (and sometimes slip in a soft classic judge). I throw a neutron ion which give me neutral/stable flight for up shots and drives (I don't have a huge arm). I like the feel of the buzzz.

The PA4 just doesn't feel right in the hand. Don't know if it's because I like beaded putters, or the PA4 is too deep for my hands? Any suggestions so I know what to go and look for?
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Old 05-02-2014, 07:57 PM
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beat dx aviar cuz thats what i use

or else really any putter will do. find one that feels best in your hands. buy the same mold- used on here, or buy new and beat the pee out of it and it will be flippy
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Old 05-02-2014, 07:58 PM
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Take your JK and Judge to the woods and throw them through the trees for a couple hours.
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Old 05-02-2014, 08:04 PM
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I just lost my oldest kc pro aviar that I use for the same type shot, so I went to play it again sports and got a couple of beat-to-**** ones that fit the bill well, 3 bucks each too. I have two more mcpro's on the way to beaten, but those things have been tough! A DX aviar is a good choice too. You might also try a 3-5 gram lighter version of your normal mold, if you want one flippier from day one.
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Old 05-02-2014, 08:04 PM
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beat dx aviar cuz thats what i use

or else really any putter will do. find one that feels best in your hands. buy the same mold- used on here, or buy new and beat the pee out of it and it will be flippy
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Old 05-02-2014, 08:27 PM
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Vibram Summit was made for super short range hyzer flip shots. Great disc. I recommend it highly. It is also very low profile and has a small bead.
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Westside Swan 2 is a good one, too.
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Thanks, am kind of preferential to premium plastic because most of the NC courses are wooded, and throwing that type of plastic takes away the mental block of chunking a disc bad with a tree hit.

Recommendation on which summit? Med, soft or firm? His long would I have to beat a fuzion judge?

Great feedback so far!
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Medium summit.
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Vote for summit here as well.
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