dehaas wrote:nobody is a fan of the stiff E? (shameless dg joke)
i've used some of the ligher wizards that i use for approaches and tee shots, but can't say that i've used them for putting. i came from the rhyno to the wizard, so maybe i'm just used to a glideless brick of a putter. dropping from max weight to something the 160s gives the disc that much more carry? i guess i had always figured that a putt comes in slow enough that there wouldn't be a huge difference.
Peot wrote:I had a pretty stiff E that I used for a couple months as my main driving/upshot putter until I retired it. I keep one of the really gummy FLX-like ones in the bag now; despite its lack of glide, it is pretty easy to throw far.
Mike C wrote:It's really nice for slight turnovers, straight shots with no fade etc.
Frank Delicious wrote:Frank D's guide to deciding which wizard to throw/putt with:
1) pick up wizard and fondle it
2) decide if you like the feel and could see yourself putting/driving with it
Scooot_er wrote:And disc golfers aren't always the smartest bunch.
Fightingthetide wrote:Let's just say you happened to own 5 new putters: 3 175 Medium Wizards (slightly tacky, stiff), a 175 SSS Wizard (stiff for SSS, tacky!) and a 170 SS Magic (slightly stiffer than the SSS Wiz).
Let's also say you were deciding the best way to use these 5 putters. Which would you use for putting? upshots? driving? How might you rotate them in?
I picked these 5 putters up recently to make a switch. Just trying to figure out how to best use them, and thought I would come to the Wizard School to find answers. I realize much of this comes to preference, but I would love to hear some thoughts. Thanks!
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