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Old 12-26-2017, 08:25 AM
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I would highly recommend the Discmania P2. I use it precisely because it fills out my hand really well. The nose is broader and taller than the nose on the Aviar and it really makes a huge difference when it comes to the hand feel. It just fits like a glove honestly. As for flight, inside the circle it flies with slightly less glide than the Aviar and it starts hyzering out slightly earlier than the Aviar as well. Its great if you like to run long putts because with the lower glide and the stable finish its unlikely to float away giving you 30 ft comebackers.
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Old 12-26-2017, 10:16 AM
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Whenever I think deep dish putter, I think Dagger. My playing putter is the KC-Pro Aviar, but during practice I like to use other molds too so that I don't get bored. My alternates are the Wizard, Voo-doo, and Dagger. I can alternate between those without much effort except for the Dagger, it requires a little focus. Haven't tried a P2 yet, will have to check it out.
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Old 12-26-2017, 10:35 AM
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KC-Pro Aviar, and commit to 100 putts a day. so there.
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Old 12-26-2017, 11:53 AM
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Drive to the local disc seller and hold all the putters they have. Then buy the one you like the feel of the most. Go to the course and play. If after 10 rounds you don't like it repeat the process.

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Old 12-26-2017, 12:16 PM
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Drive to the local disc seller and hold all the putters they have. Then buy the one you like the feel of the most. Go to the course and play. If after 10 rounds you don't like it repeat the process.
This is the best advice you are going to get. Fi ding the right putter is very personal. The release from the hand is more important here than anywhere else.
It may take a while to find the correct disc, but do not give up. Find the disc that fits you, don't try to fit yourself to the disc.

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Old 12-26-2017, 12:20 PM
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sounds like you did your research. I putt Daggers right now and I'm liking them. Mainly the flight is really nice. The one thing to remember, there is NO magic putter. So its on you, but the Dagger putts well and I like it. I say give it a shot. Putters in baseline are usually 10-12$ so you can always try a few out to get a feel for them - If you have a nice store nearby go there and just check putters out. Trial and error.
Dagger feels full, rounded, bead, deep, floats well, goes straight, small fade. Once I dialed the dagger in it was awesome - right now its so cold out and the softer plastic actually is straighter so im missing putts right a lot, but that's mainly me being ****ttty

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Old 12-26-2017, 12:26 PM
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Old 12-26-2017, 12:28 PM
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KC-Pro Aviar, and commit to 100 putts a day. so there.
I don't like Innova and the first putter I ever had was an aviar, almost made me give up on the game entirely

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Old 12-26-2017, 12:40 PM
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I've never held a Wizard I didn't like the feel of. They were all rigid and tacky. Different S's and an Organic or two... minimal enough variation, like that of DX or D.
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Old 12-26-2017, 12:58 PM
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I've never held a Wizard I didn't like the feel of. They were all rigid and tacky. Different S's and an Organic or two... minimal enough variation, like that of DX or D.
I've been beginning to think that this is the case, I really like the feel of the wizard, my girlfriend has a wizard and it's a triple s, it's still pretty rigid, I'm thinking an SS would be my ideal feel so I'm thinking head to my pro shop and grab a wizard and a dagger and throw them around, whichever I don't like I give away and stock up on the other mold. Thanks all for your help truly appreciate it.
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