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Old 09-22-2020, 11:05 AM
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Time to buy some Lightning Rubber Putters for $3.49 each, they float in water, plus free shipping if you spend $50 - https://gottagogottathrow.com/collec...29370521976884
3.50 is pretty cheap. Do they fly good? They would be more for wife/kids/newbs so I guess it wouldn't be that bad either way.
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Old 09-22-2020, 08:25 PM
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3.50 is pretty cheap. Do they fly good? They would be more for wife/kids/newbs so I guess it wouldn't be that bad either way.
It's a decent flyer. I haven't thrown mine in a few years and it is pretty beat up. If you have less than 250 feet of distance with a putter it should be straight flyer. Some people might not like how it feels in the hand, but for $3.50 I don't think you can go wrong. You might even like it enough that you use it instead of risking your good discs.

You could even pick up a few fairway drivers for $2.99 each, they also float in water. - https://gottagogottathrow.com/collec...14022273499188

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i dunno if you like to cycle discs but for your own use, maybe get a stack of your favorite putter. then you can start to beat a few of them up and maybe they'll make the bag at some point.

awesome course; you're living the dream!

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Old 09-23-2020, 10:32 AM
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i dunno if you like to cycle discs but for your own use, maybe get a stack of your favorite putter. then you can start to beat a few of them up and maybe they'll make the bag at some point.

awesome course; you're living the dream!
For now I have an opto shield to go in the bag. It flies similar just different plastic. I loved my BT hard Maiden, but this will force me to try something else and having the home course will give me time to try them. Like you said, I have a couple discs on my radar to experiment with. Pure, Mirage, Birdie, Challenger maybe an MVP...Ion?. Once I settle on a disc, the beat in strategy will be my next step.

Only 2 putters left

I have an r-pro and dx rhyno and a dx birdie coming soon...

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