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Old 02-13-2013, 08:38 AM
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Default Help me choose a new Gateway putter

I have been using Gateway glow medium wizards for 4 or so years but now I'm kinda wanting to try something new in the gateway line up. I know that I don't want the super flexible stuff so no rff or ssss. I am looking at the chalky ss, erasers, or softs. If you use any of these now can you tell me the pros and cons of them? I like the way my old organics feel but want a little more flex in the disc. Thanks for the info in advance guys.
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:40 AM
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I've seen champy gateway putters.... I don't know how common they are but they looked and felt nice.
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Why does it have to be Gateway? You're going to notice they are the same as your other wizards just a different plastic feel.

I like the soft because they are firm and not floppy. Flight plate as well. The eraser and SS start to get bendy and softer.

I'd recommend a new Classic Judge from DD but if you're really sold on trying some Gateway I've got soft wizards, one eraser, one SS, and a Soft Warlock up for trading or purchase. It's all Judge for me now one.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:00 AM
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Well I suppose it doesn't have to be just gateway. I have looked at the aviar x as well. The judge seem interesting but every pic I have seen of it just shows the top of the disc. I have no idea what the rim side / rim look like.
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The Judge feels a lot like a Wizard to me. I use an eraser and a RFF for inside the circle and a Judge for longer putts.
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Eraser Warlocks.

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Well I suppose it doesn't have to be just gateway. I have looked at the aviar x as well. The judge seem interesting but every pic I have seen of it just shows the top of the disc. I have no idea what the rim side / rim look like.

Take your wizard and put it in a press until it's slightly slimmer. You have a Judge. More consistent and now better plastics in my opinion.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:57 AM
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So its like a flat top wizardish putter?
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So its like a flat top wizardish putter?

Just did my review on it. http://www.dgcoursereview.com/forums...ad.php?t=82406
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:09 AM
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steeze I liked your review a lot. Makes me really interested in trying one of the firms out. So you said those will be available on their site friday? If so how did you end up with them early.....
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