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Picked up a couple wizards at gateway today, one OG and one SB I think the flex is either SSS or SS. A little too flex for my liking but sweet stamps. Will be great when its cooler out. In hindsight wish I would've grabbed a firm one. But like always its super overwhelming trying sift through thousands of discs, lol. I picked up a couple proto mids and almost grabbed some of their proto putters they had. They've got a new top piece and they have put it on the warlock,wizard and magic.
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Old 07-11-2019, 06:59 AM
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Maybe the proto putter that Gateway says is a deeper Wizard.

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Old 07-11-2019, 08:12 AM
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Picked up a couple wizards at gateway today, one OG and one SB I think the flex is either SSS or SS. A little too flex for my liking but sweet stamps. Will be great when its cooler out. In hindsight wish I would've grabbed a firm one. But like always its super overwhelming trying sift through thousands of discs, lol. I picked up a couple proto mids and almost grabbed some of their proto putters they had. They've got a new top piece and they have put it on the warlock,wizard and magic.
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Old 08-17-2019, 09:43 AM
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Old 08-17-2019, 09:51 PM
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I've been throwing wizards again. I took a shot in the dark and ordered a 6 pack of firms from infinite and I love them. They are on the softer side of firms (which is still rather firm), but I have been putting great. I also ordered some premium plastic wizard to drive with which I thought I liked a lot, but it is not what I wanted it to be in the long-run. It is nice and firm itself and flies great, but it is too overstable for what I wanted from it. It almost overlapped with my zone and I couldn't do putter touch shots with it. I got a Nikko to try instead and it is perfect for what I wanted from my driving wizard. It is pretty much dead nuts straight and lands flat. The thing goes far too. Really happy with wizards in general and I am not really sure why I even stopped throwing them.

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Old 08-17-2019, 11:37 PM
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I've been throwing wizards again. I took a shot in the dark and ordered a 6 pack of firms from infinite and I love them. They are on the softer side of firms (which is still rather firm), but I have been putting great. I also ordered some premium plastic wizard to drive with which I thought I liked a lot, but it is not what I wanted it to be in the long-run. It is nice and firm itself and flies great, but it is too overstable for what I wanted from it. It almost overlapped with my zone and I couldn't do putter touch shots with it. I got a Nikko to try instead and it is perfect for what I wanted from my driving wizard. It is pretty much dead nuts straight and lands flat. The thing goes far too. Really happy with wizards in general and I am not really sure why I even stopped throwing them.
Then just know now from experience that the Wizard is best suited to your playing style for throwing and to not to get the premium plastic Wizard as then you have an almost Zone disc in the bag.
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