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Old 06-05-2015, 12:39 PM
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Well, a Sole feels a lot like an Aviar P&A in the hand. But is more OS to start. I have one that took a solid year to beat to straight and floaty, but it is straight cash money now. I Spush. But I really use the Sole for longer spin-putt runs, anny approaches, and hyzer-flip putter drives that I want to land and stick. I used to carry a Summit for anny type trick putts and high anny approaches, but my Sole beat into that role. And the Summit was too touchy for me as a US driving putter.
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Old 06-05-2015, 12:54 PM
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As stated, Sole will feel the most like an Aviar but does have more fade. The summit is a little more understable and very/flat and shallow. The Summit is probably a good choice for you, it'll be dead straight on a spin putt. And if you want some Vibram beef for windy putts, Ridges are fairly OS/lack glide, and VPs are glideless, "what is this wind you speak of?" bricks.
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Old 06-05-2015, 02:04 PM
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You can use the Sole for spin-putting, however you cannot use the Summit for push-putting, because flat-top putters don't glide as well as traditional dome-y putters.

Summit = flat-top
Sole = dome-y
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