Old 03-05-2019, 05:46 PM
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Anyone use them for putting or have used them?

I tried to putt with my K3 Berg last summer but found it was dropping too quickly so I was putting mainly with the Reko until I switched to something else later. At that time, my putting form was still bad and inconsistent but I improved quite a bit since then.

Still I always liked the feel of the Berg (and K3 plastic) in my hand so I decided to try it again today and I loved it. With the space I have at home, I can only practice putt up to 25' but I had good results. I just bought a couple more of K3 Bergs online and I plan to give them a go at the putting league next week and see if my results are at least as good as previous weeks and also see how it goes for longer putt.
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Old 03-05-2019, 06:22 PM
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It takes alot of snap on a spin putt to get them moving, but I was canning 45 ft putts at about a 60% success rate around November last year. Being out of practice I will be lucky to get the disc to move 30ft before dropping right now. Great thing is, if you miss the putt, you have a 5 foot comebacker.
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Old 03-05-2019, 07:15 PM
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If I can get them up to 60' without feeling like I have to put crazy effort, I think I switch back to them. The shape of the rim with the puddle top make it very easy for me to putt smoothly with a lot of spin on any angle I want, with a straight or lofty flight.

I've practiced some more and up to 25', the glide or power needed at that distance is not different. I guess before it was more about confidence and consistency, a scared or off timing spin putt just become a weak push putt.

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Old 03-05-2019, 08:49 PM
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I did putt them for about 2 years. I have been in and out of slumps for much longer than 2 years. The berg was great. Stayed close and was point and shoot. Eventually I decided tempo was a big problem with my putt and switching back to the wizard has made me focus more on tempo.

There is a learning curve, more so than other putters but if it feels good it is worth the time.
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