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Old 02-25-2020, 05:10 PM
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I think more spin on the disc will keep it tracking straighter for longer. I’m more push than spin so as the distance increases I actually prefer to play a higher line to the right and let it fade in.

Almost everyone has their own style and what works for them. Even at the pro level you’ll notice some very different styles and they all seem to make their style work for them.

Just a matter of dialing in your particular form more than anything. Probably less to do with with your disc selection than your throw.
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Old 02-25-2020, 07:40 PM
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Putting is ,90% mental, 10% physical.

It's all about technique and form. Find a putter and stick with that mold until you can consider yourself a good putter.

You can then screw around with different molds for conditional putting.

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I think part of my search is to find a putter that I can put straight at the basket from 30- maybe 40 ft? Somewhere in that range. It seems like past 20 feet I have to aim right and it will fade into the basket. This is with putters like Link, Warden, etc that are not overstable putters. Is this a form issue or is it not something common to do from circles edge putts (or even longer?).
That is a form/technique issue.
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I think part of my search is to find a putter that I can put straight at the basket from 30- maybe 40 ft? Somewhere in that range. It seems like past 20 feet I have to aim right and it will fade into the basket. This is with putters like Link, Warden, etc that are not overstable putters. Is this a form issue or is it not something common to do from circles edge putts (or even longer?).
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That is a form/technique issue.

exactly. all discs are going to fade as they lose spin speed. if the disc is fading quite a bit from the circle's edge then it means it's losing spin quickly, which is a function of your putting form. if you're a push putter then you expect this to happen and aim right. if you're a spin putter then the disc will stay straighter longer and you don't need to aim as far right.

you should know if you are a spin putter or a push putter and then shape your putting line and select the stability of your putter accordingly.

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