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Old 03-10-2015, 09:59 AM
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Default Looking for a Trilogy Putter

I'm finally saying screw it. I'm going to an all Trilogy bag. I'm finally going to convert my putters over to Trilogy. I'm taking the year off of PDGA tourneys for financial reasons. Getting married in July, having just bought a house, and going to school full time puts a hurtin on the pocket. Any ways back to the putter discussion. I'm trying to get to an all Trilogy bag so when I do come back to tourneys next year I'm going to become a part of Team Trilogy as well so please only recommend me a Trilogy putters.

What I'd like in a putter:
- I like beads, they just feel right in the hand.
- Nuetral to a touch stable flight.
- Shallow rim, the lower the profile the better.
- Flat top.

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- Been playing for 2+ years.
- Max drive 425ft.
- "Spush" putter.
- 9/10 from 15ft and in, 7/10 from 20ft, 5/10 from 25ft, 3/10 from 30ft.

Putting is the worst part of my game hands down. I'm not confident with it. I plan on fixing this by getting a new putter and starting from scratch. I'm going to reinforce good habits and build confidence by practicing putting from short range only at first and slowing introducing longer distances once I build my confidence.

Any suggestions is greatly appreciated! But please like I said before keep it to Trilogy. Thanks!
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Old 03-10-2015, 10:26 AM
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Sounds like you want a Judge.

If you have release issues you could try the beadless version called Warden. It is just a touch less HSS, but still a very straight flier.

If on the other hand you prefer the low profile over the bead, then I'd strongly recommend the Pure. Opto for driving and Zero for putting.
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Old 03-10-2015, 10:35 AM
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I'd second the Judge. They're a touch shallower than a Wizard or BB Aviar and every one I've purchased has been flat. Some of the Classic Softs have even tended almost toward concave.

Congrats on your new phase of life!
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Old 03-10-2015, 10:40 AM
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Snaques hit the nail on the head. If you're looking for beaded, relatively low profile and flat, the Judge is what you're looking for if you're restricting yourself to Lat/DD/WS. Other beaded putters in those lines include the Westside Shield (bit taller than the Judge but does have the stability you're looking for) and the Latitude Dagger (very deep dish, also stable to slightly overstable).
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Sounds like you want a Judge.

If you have release issues you could try the beadless version called Warden. It is just a touch less HSS, but still a very straight flier.

If on the other hand you prefer the low profile over the bead, then I'd strongly recommend the Pure. Opto for driving and Zero for putting.
You nailed the Pure - it is very neutral as well.

The Shield has a similar profile, with a dash more stability.

I don't know if Spikes are beaded, but they are very shallow.
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Old 03-10-2015, 10:58 AM
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You are most definitely describing a Judge. The softs, in my experience, have a slightly shallower feel. Between the the Classic plastics (Classic, Soft, and Blend), Prime, Lucid, and Fuzion, there are plenty of options for feel/durability, especially if you wanted to mix a few in for not just putting but for upshots, drives, etc.
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Old 03-10-2015, 11:14 AM
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JUdge... THread
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You like beads and that narrows it down to two putters: the Judge and the Dagger.

Judge is lower profile and neutral to slightly overstable. Throws and putts well. Multiple plastic options.

The Dagger.......LOLZ.
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I've tried the Spike and Pure. Good profiles but I just feel like something is missing from them. I have a Judge sitting in my shopping cart right now. I want to try one other disc. I was thinking about adding a Harp but I feel like that is going to be way to similar to my Suspect and probably to stable for what I'm looking for. I was also thinking about the Sinus, do they have a bead?
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I've tried the Spike and Pure. Good profiles but I just feel like something is missing from them. I have a Judge sitting in my shopping cart right now. I want to try one other disc. I was thinking about adding a Harp but I feel like that is going to be way to similar to my Suspect and probably to stable for what I'm looking for. I was also thinking about the Sinus, do they have a bead?
The Sinus has a small bead. While it is flat, it does have a deep feel to it. And if you think the Harp is going to be too overstable for your needs, so will the Sinus.
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