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Old 06-14-2022, 03:43 PM
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Default Best/Favorite Premium Plastic Throwing Putter

What's everyone liking these days for their premium plastic throwing putter with the caveat that it's also alright for putting (i.e. No Zones, A2s, Slammers, and other discs no one actually putts with)?
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Old 06-14-2022, 04:14 PM
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What's everyone liking these days for their premium plastic throwing putter with the caveat that it's also alright for putting (i.e. No Zones, A2s, Slammers, and other discs no one actually putts with)?
If you're talking about actually putting with the premium plastic, I'd vote for a neutron soft Proxy or Envy. For some reason, it's the only premium plastic I don't mind putting with (tbh the regular neutron would do just fine), and they're both amazing throwers too.

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K3 Reko. You're asking yourself "isn't K3 a Baseline Plastic" and I ask you, "is it though?". Planning on getting a K1 to try out soon because the disc is just fantastic.

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Brockness Monster was close. K1 Reko is the bees knees.

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If you're talking about actually putting with the premium plastic, I'd vote for a neutron soft Proxy or Envy. For some reason, it's the only premium plastic I don't mind putting with (tbh the regular neutron would do just fine), and they're both amazing throwers too.
I could've worded it "favorite putter in premium plastic for one disc rounds." Basically looking for putters that are actually shaped like a putter so that when you putt with it, it doesn't feel as weird as putting with a Zone or Harp.

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Neutron Soft Envy, I use electrons way more since they were so readily available at every tournament prize table the last 12 months but for premium the N soft is the best IMO.

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Put a plasma Envy high on the list, but a C-Line P2 is what I’m looking forward to.

Depends on if you want hyzer-flip and gliding turn, or laser straight with stability at the end. Lucid Warden is a hyzer-flip and turn bomber. Active Premium Sensei is laser straight. The Plasma Envy is very resistant to turn and stable.

I like beadless.

My thumbs up also extends to the Berg for laser straight with control.

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