aerodriver wrote:If overstable is what you're used to, maybe a putter like a Zone or Rhyno will fill the void left behind by having something that hooks hard and is predictable but has a bit more ability to do the up-the-hill putt better.
Thanks. That is actually really helpful. I do normally putt with a putter, but i use the anode, a dead straight flyer. Love it for upshots, but I whenever i have a 20 foot putt, it seems like I miss with the anode, then if nobody is behind me, I grab a driver out of my bag, try the putt again, and nail it. So maybe I should keep the anode as a 100-150 foot upshot disc, and grab the zone or rhyno and see if that is a better putting putter for me?