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Now that this disc has been released and we already had confusion in the Steady thread between the two I am starting this thread specifically for the BL (bead less) version.


I picked mine up earlier today and loved them in the circle. I push putt and they came out of the hand nice and clean. They flew nice and straight with a slight fade into the chains. I am going to clear water for vacation and will post some updates as to how these handle off the tee and on up shots.
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Old 07-13-2018, 06:26 PM
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I'm really quite interested in this disc. Beaded putters don't work for me anymore, even small bead like the challenger. Been browsing for a dga/discraft no bead putter for a while. Would love to hear comparisons
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I'm really quite interested in this disc. Beaded putters don't work for me anymore, even small bead like the challenger. Been browsing for a dga/discraft no bead putter for a while. Would love to hear comparisons
The BL is almost exactly like the Roach, in both shape and flight. The BL might have a slightly higher shoulder than the Roach, but they share the same flight characteristics out to 150'.

The BL is a straight putter with good glide and a touch of fade. It takes power without turning over, but needs a touch of hyzer to keep it on a straight line off the tee. The D-line blend feels good; fairly stiff with a little flex, so not KC firm but not floppy like the 1st run Steadys. I would've liked a more creative name, but otherwise the Steady BL is a solid putter.
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