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I’m looking for a midrange/putter that falls between a Mako3 Disc (5/5/0/0) and a Stingray Disc (4/5/-3/1)?

The Mako3 fades too early when powered down and the Stingray turns and wanders slightly too much right. Trying to find a perfect solution.

I am wondering about a Dart (3/4/0/0) or Cobra (4/4/-2/2), would one of these be a mix of both?

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Dart feels and handles a lot like shorter Mako3 for me, and the Wedge behaves a lot like a shorter Stingray. I have both of these in g-star and I love em.

They can both can go pretty far as well.
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Old 09-14-2020, 09:47 PM
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I'm going to tell you something I recently purchased a DGA Powerdrive Gumbputt disc and I absolutely love it. It sticks the landing and not much threat to roll away from basket. Look it up and google it. Not a hard plastic almost like throwing a piece of rubber. Really flexible and catches the chains well.
I know a guy who has the Blowfly for approach without wind or the Gumput for his main putter, high winds past 35-40 mph he uses a Zone. He is one of the guys who helped make the local club along with my dad and the only guy helped keep the club in late 2000's from stopping entirely and revoked a guy from being a holder of the money for the club due to being not bight @ss.
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A disc that powers down well without fading and won’t wander right when thrown with power is a nice, stable putter. I throw an aviar backhand and a Rhyno forehand for this type of shot...

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