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Old 06-17-2012, 09:11 AM
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Default Push Putters, Spin Putters - What do you prefer?

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What do you think is the best discs for putter for Push Putters. What about Spin Putters? How about Flick Putting?

I use the Zone for flick putting and I think its the best choice.
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Old 06-17-2012, 09:12 AM
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spin putting is the bestest.
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Old 06-17-2012, 09:27 AM
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I just swithced from 12x aviars, which were working very well for my push putt. I spin putt when I have to straddle, and for that I always use my yeti pro and it works like magic. I just bought 2 new pures in eze plastic which I used to love for flick putting, and am now gonna give em a whirly go for push putting. they feel so weird in my hand after using an aviar for so long though.
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I Like stiff challengers for either. I use lighter weights for putting on calm weather days and heavier weights for windy days.
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I use medium wizards to push putt, I never spin unless I'm more than 2m outside the circle and I'm trying to make a run at the basket.
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spin putting is the bestest.
The question isnt which style do you prefer but which discs do you prefer for that style.
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I just swithced from 12x aviars, which were working very well for my push putt. I spin putt when I have to straddle, and for that I always use my yeti pro and it works like magic. I just bought 2 new pures in eze plastic which I used to love for flick putting, and am now gonna give em a whirly go for push putting. they feel so weird in my hand after using an aviar for so long though.
I have heard good things about the yeti pro. Is it still the same mold as 12x Aviar's?
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I have heard good things about the yeti pro. Is it still the same mold as 12x Aviar's?
Pretty much, just with a sunken-in (concave) flight plate. They're a little less overstable than KC pros but they still handle wind well. The plastic is really nice, if I didn't use wizards I'd probably switch back to yeti's.

Oh by they way, I push putt inside the circle and I've had the most success with KC pro aviars, yeti pro's, and wizards. Challengers never quite worked for me.
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Chalky wizards for my spin putts. They hold whatever line I put on it.
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I like wizards and ions
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