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Old 07-07-2018, 12:59 AM
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I think my disc might be the original Chief out in 2003 with wrong stamp but definitely in G9i plastic, having felt other Wizards in the G9i plastic. I just looked at Profiles on the site and the Chief is closest.
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Old 07-07-2018, 01:39 AM
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PWs haven't been out long enough to the be THAT beat up.

Pretty sure TBird has been putting the same G9i wizard for 7 years. My two putting Wizards have been in my bag since 8/15 and 10/16.

But if they're really super beat, PM me and I will trade you some fresh Wizards for beat PWs.
Its a matter of personal preference. I got a stack of 4 or 5 when these came out a couple years ago, and the specific ones I have in my bag have been there for about a year I think. My reason for wanting to change them out is because some of the nicks and gouges on the rim are starting to become a little distracting when I'm putting. Not saying they are no longer useable, just something that kinda gets in my head. If they do come out of the bag, they will go straight to my stack of practice putters.
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Old 07-07-2018, 10:49 AM
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Its a matter of personal preference. I got a stack of 4 or 5 when these came out a couple years ago, and the specific ones I have in my bag have been there for about a year I think. My reason for wanting to change them out is because some of the nicks and gouges on the rim are starting to become a little distracting when I'm putting. Not saying they are no longer useable, just something that kinda gets in my head. If they do come out of the bag, they will go straight to my stack of practice putters.
I’ll trade you, for real.
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Old 07-07-2018, 11:24 AM
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I’ll trade you, for real.
Nah, they haven't been kicked out of the bag quite yet. And they do get kicked out, I'm gonna keep them in my stash of practice putters. Thanks for the offer though.
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Old 07-07-2018, 01:32 PM
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I think my disc might be the original Chief out in 2003 with wrong stamp but definitely in G9i plastic, having felt other Wizards in the G9i plastic. I just looked at Profiles on the site and the Chief is closest.
Nope Mine is a Wizard G9i but it is 2 MM lower then Dads and the round part to flat top is less and the top on my Wizard is more flat then a Wizard of same era. My dads disc is more beat in despite My disc being used more in my bag. I think my dad's disc took a tree or two when he was using the disc as his driving putter for a bit before taking it out of the bag, I put it back in his main bag. I might give him my putter to use since I do and did not use it after getting the lighting U-2 in flexible Prostyle plastic.

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Old 07-07-2018, 02:23 PM
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Old 07-07-2018, 02:31 PM
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Its a matter of personal preference. I got a stack of 4 or 5 when these came out a couple years ago, and the specific ones I have in my bag have been there for about a year I think. My reason for wanting to change them out is because some of the nicks and gouges on the rim are starting to become a little distracting when I'm putting. Not saying they are no longer useable, just something that kinda gets in my head. If they do come out of the bag, they will go straight to my stack of practice putters.
Buy a high-grit sanding block and use it to smooth down the nicks.

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Old 07-07-2018, 02:34 PM
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(Are you arguing yourself?)
Not really, I thought the disc was much lower then average but it is not. It is a Wizard. The older G9i Wizard might have had Mid Range then right below that Approach but I do not know for sure, only that mine is like that. Did they make the disc the G9i series ever with the labels as Mid Range/Approach label on it as a full production or is mine a Mistake Stamp?

Keller thought is might be a different disc due to what I said but the mold is a Wizard. I just feel that part of the Label of the disc being a Mid Range Approach disc might be a mistake stamp on the disc to what Keller was saying about that part.

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Old 07-07-2018, 03:09 PM
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Why don't you take a picture of this magical anomaly and share it with us?

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Old 07-07-2018, 03:27 PM
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Why don't you take a picture of this magical anomaly and share it with us?
Will do and odd my dads Wizard dose not have a type of plastic on it anywhere but that is due to how old the disc is.
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