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Old 05-12-2019, 02:25 PM
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Looking to change the only thing about my bag that I've been wavering about for a while: my putters.

Basically I've tried a bunch of putters but the ones I like the best and have been rotating for the last 2 years are: D-line P2, Prime Judge, and the KC Pro Aviar.
I like the KC Pro/ P-line plastic, a bead, the glide of the judge and the depth and feel of the P2...

What is the feel of the P1x like? Is it similar to the P2, plus a bead? Similar to the KC Pro Aviar?

Does the P1x have a flight similar to the Prime Judge? Would love the glide for longer putts. And a little stability for garanteed fade to the basket in some light wind.

I'm leaning toward the KC Pro Aviar at the moment, but doesn't quite have the glide of the prime judge that I'm looking for

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Old 05-12-2019, 03:26 PM
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I'm not sure about the P1x, but if you're not sold on the Judge but like it's glide and you like a bead, try a Marshal in the same plastic as your favorite Judge. I'm putting with the Classic Marshal, and from what I'm reading here the Marshal has all the things you are looking for.
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Did you not try a Wizard?

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Did you not try a Wizard?
Not denigrating the Wizard, it's a good mold. But my experience with my SS Wizards is that they don't have the glide that a Judge or Marshal has.
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I'm not sure about the P1x, but if you're not sold on the Judge but like it's glide and you like a bead, try a Marshal in the same plastic as your favorite Judge. I'm putting with the Classic Marshal, and from what I'm reading here the Marshal has all the things you are looking for.
I like everything about the judge minus the plastics. I really like the kc pro or pro plastic. I’ve tried the classic, classic moonshine and prime.
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Not denigrating the Wizard, it's a good mold. But my experience with my SS Wizards is that they don't have the glide that a Judge or Marshal has.
You like the Wolf...

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I like everything about the judge minus the plastics. I really like the kc pro or pro plastic. I’ve tried the classic, classic moonshine and prime.
You need a Firm Wizard.
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Firm (or Pure White) Wizard is the closet thing you will find to a P-Line P2 plus a bead.
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Did you not try a Wizard?
I haven’t tried the wizards. I have have a shop around me that carries them. Plus the plastic naming are confusing.

What do the wizards feel like in hand? Glide?
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You like the Wolf...
Which has nothing to do with the Wizard's lack of glide vis-a-vis the Judge and Marshal.
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I haven’t tried the wizards. I have have a shop around me that carries them. Plus the plastic naming are confusing.

What do the wizards feel like in hand? Glide?
They will feel like a Judge but fly like a KC Aviar and they wear in very well. My go to Wizard right now is one I've used off and on since 2013. They don't have the Judges glide, but they are better in wind, much better plastic than DD's. I think you will like a Firm (used to be called Soft) Wizard.
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