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Old 10-18-2018, 07:20 PM
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Once you get one you like, buy as many as you can.
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Old 10-18-2018, 10:17 PM
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Magnet mold for just over 10 years and currently Magnets in Jawbraker modified with a Sharpie on top to work for me with one as a more beat in long putter to very short approach !~25 feet to ~35 feet and the other for under 20 feet. Then I still have the good old pre 2006 Pro D stiff putter that I used as the main putter with a softer regular Pro D Magnet that I hit a tree with in 2017. All of the Magnet mold putters are at 173-174 grams with a 166 gram Upshot #2 or U-2 in flexible Prostyle for an uphill and downhill putter and very rare occasion approach shot.

Driving putter slot is the odd no flight number but bought new in 2016 Star Shark 175 grams ans well as a old Pro plastic Shark also 175 grams but the Pro Shark is more for approaches then Driving putter as it has flattened out in flight a bit much to really work for a driving putter.

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Old 10-18-2018, 10:29 PM
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I use a legend clutch and an icon clutch for putting. Nova and rat switch out for approaches depending on how I’m feeling. I also use the pursuit as a putter in extreme wind
Discs in the Magent and similar molds feel amazing for a putter. You have an exact spot to put the pointer finger, in the groove that is made due to the unique rim shape. I just wish a faster midrange version of the Magnet and like molds was available, a disc as low as a Gator or similar putter shaped midrange disc

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Old 10-18-2018, 10:37 PM
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Right now I have two Jawbreaker APX, a Fossil Scale and an Upshot. The APX get most of the throws, the Scale is there when it's windy or I need some beef. The Upshot is being phased out by the APX but it's still in the bag.
I get that, my Upshot #2 in Prostyle is going to be replaced by a Jawbreaker Magnet, the longer one I have that is also for hazard shots then get in a new Jawbreaker Magnet for the putting putter slot.

The Jawbreaker plastic is one of the softest to dent in plastics I have seen except for the Soft Magnet when the Pro D plastic in general became softer then the old stiff Pro D plastic that Discraft had for years so I am told.
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Old 10-18-2018, 10:58 PM
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Clutch for putting (before that Magnets).

Berg and Rattler for throwing.
Might have asked you before but what plastic for the Clutch is the stiff plastic like the old Stiff Pro D Magnet?
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Old 10-18-2018, 11:23 PM
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Might have asked you before but what plastic for the Clutch is the stiff plastic like the old Stiff Pro D Magnet?
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Old 10-19-2018, 12:51 AM
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Primary putting duty: KC Aviar
Approaching: Omega BB 1.1 and SS (moderately overstable and beat understable, hit-and-stick softness)
Utility: Champ Pig (spike hyzer, flick upshots, rollers)

Also bag one fresh and one worn JK Aviar for driving. These also feel good for putting in the winter. JKs are somewhat redundant with the Omega BB/SS, however I don't want to drive my touch approach discs into a tree.
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Old 10-19-2018, 12:55 AM
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Protege is what you want!
Thanks, I feel like some players might use that disc to have as close to the stiff Pro D Magnets and I might get one once my Stiff Pro D Magnet gets damaged or is lost. I do not use the standard Pro D Magnets as much now that I found the Jawbreaker plastic since August 2017. I am happy with the Jawbreaker except the plastic can not be used much past 90 F as the plastic gets tacky in a bad way to the hand.

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Old 10-19-2018, 06:02 AM
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Vibram Ridge!!!! I think I have about 60 of them, so I'm good for the next 20 years or so.


Unless you mean utility putts then I have a deputy for understable and a stego for overstable.

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Old 10-19-2018, 12:01 PM
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I bag five harps in four different plastics:
1 BT Soft for up close putts
2 BT mediums. The first one I bought used and it was super crazy beat in, that became a real crazy "you want me to do what? Ok then" disc for me, and then I wanted to see what one would do for me new
1 Orgio Burst with infinite disc spider skull....wow...made some great shots this last weekend at Kaposia..
1 Tournament burst with hand eye physics of flight bureau stamp that I'm psyched to use this weekend.

I really love Harps...real do it all disc for me...I used to use Judges and Truths, now I've replaced both with the Harp.
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