Blake_T wrote:i used to make fun of arrows by putting with one rightside up, having it hit tray every time, then turning it upside down and canning all of them from the same spot.
always made me laugh that they flew better upside down than they did flat. (hyzer/anhyzer = much longer than flat with that disc).
Pagan wrote:I actually have two putters. A Putt'r and a Challenger both in Elite X Soft plastic.
I can drive with the Challanger to a good 200' (with a good landing spot) and it holds it's line well. But I've had trouble doing anhyzer approaches / short drives with it. That's where my Putt'r drops in. I can nail it for soft or hard right turns. I also float back and forth between the two depending on winds, distances to basket, and my putting skills on that particular day. I catch hell on my local course from the others in my slill level. I got the idea off "what the pros carry" areas of sponsored players websites. Seems to be working well. Maybee one day I'll be good enough to just use one of them but at this time I use both.
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot], Yahoo [Bot] and 7 guests