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Old 11-08-2012, 01:03 AM
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I have a medium that is pretty straight. If you are throwing your putters less than 250' a Magic should work. I use a SSS Magic for my understable putter driver slot. I use a soft Ion for the rest of my putter driving needs.
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putt magic, drive wizard
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Old 11-08-2012, 06:30 AM
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I am just switching from XDs to Magics
and was thinking about getting a voodoo for throwing.
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On a calm day, a magic flies quite nicely off the tee. However, it requires a bit of touch and no oat. To me, it's like throwing a beat x comet. Don't try to push it, let the disc do his job.
When I do that, the magic can fly an easy 250 on a perfectly straight line, and most importantly, land perfectly flat, which is awesome.
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Old 11-08-2012, 11:16 AM
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are these less stable than yeti aviars?
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Old 11-08-2012, 11:19 AM
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are these less stable than yeti aviars?
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Old 11-08-2012, 11:26 AM
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Why would u say that? I highly disagree!
just my 2 cents. i threw/putted them for about 6 months, i loved them for putting/ups but they were touchy for teeshots and generally terrible in the wind. my throwing is much cleaner now vs. then but i still wouldn't go back to them. i can get my beat kc aviar to fly the same dead straight line with minimal fade, and if i torque it a bit it will cover me most of the time.

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On a calm day, a magic flies quite nicely off the tee. However, it requires a bit of touch and no oat. To me, it's like throwing a beat x comet. Don't try to push it, let the disc do his job.
When I do that, the magic can fly an easy 250 on a perfectly straight line, and most importantly, land perfectly flat, which is awesome.
all very true. i also found that for 200'+ i had to throw them with more hyzer than i felt comfortable with. i'd rather throw a more stable disc closer to flat and just trust it rather than shape the shot as much, if that makes any sense.

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are these less stable than yeti aviars?
yes. the magic is at the understable end of putters in production. i would still call it neutral though, it's a LOT like a comet. most companies don't make a putter like that because most players want a stable to overstable putter for most duties and use a beat version of that disc for the understable spot.
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Old 11-08-2012, 11:33 AM
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good summary guys, thanks. i might check these out for short approaches/putts but stick to my yetis for drivers
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Old 11-08-2012, 11:37 AM
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good summary guys, thanks. i might check these out for short approaches/putts but stick to my yetis for drivers
in that range, they are great. once you get it dialed in, you can get that nice 'elevator' shot with zero fade.

the yetis are good for driving, but the plastic wears in quick depending on where you play. consider a kc aviar at some point, awesome disc.
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