Blake_T wrote:i basically picked the putters with the best objective characteristics and then forced myself to putt with it.
if you develop a good stroke you'll find that the actual putter matters very little on putts inside 25' and so it becomes a matter of hitting consistent from 30' and how they handle in the wind.
I am doing this exact thing right now. I have a mish-mash of borrowed putters (aviar p&a, pro rhyno, jk aviar x, soft magnet, wizard) and they all fly more or less the same from 30' and in...provided you putt them all with a smooth stroke and flat release.
From this group, I liked the aviar P&A and the wizard the best. I went with the Wizard as my main putter because of the different firmnesses it is available in, it seems to be a bit better in the wind, and because it starts out almost overstable, so I can beat it in for a while before it becomes understable/flippy; whereas the aviar P&A starts out stable and gets flippy fairly quickly.
As an aside...if you're at all interested in the wizard, I highly recommend getting the 5 practice wizards for $35 from Gateway. They let me specify the weight and firmness for each one I ordered...two thumbs up!
sleepy wrote:I sleepy, do hereby commit to use the Comet as my main midrange disc for a period of no less than one (1) year; commencing 11/24/09 and ending (if I so choose) on 11/24/10.
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Predators, Surges, Teebirds, Wasps, Comets, Challengers and Magics...Oh my!