BLURR wrote:Dude...the SPD is a money thumber. Good speed...nice turn. Worked pretty good for backhand shots too. To me, it is like a cross between a Teebird and a Starfire. This thing has mad glide too. I think this might go right next to my Z-Pred in my bag.
The SDD is a bit different than I was expecting. It feels kind of bulky in the hand...kind of like a max a little bit. So far...I am unimpressed.
JKP wrote:anyone using the p1 or p2 putters?
BLURR wrote:The SDD is a bit different than I was expecting. It feels kind of bulky in the hand...kind of like a max a little bit. So far...I am unimpressed.
Jesse B 707 wrote:Wizard
pick one and STFU
really though, these are the most solid putters in DG. there is lots of other options that can get the job done but from my years of experience in flip flopping what i putt with these are surely the top 3 IMO
Wizard>Challenger>BB Aviar (providing its a good Wiz......which are kinda hard to find these days )
Jesse B 707 wrote:well I bought like 9 or 10 new wizards last time i was throwing them and only one was even close to the shape/plastic that i like to putt with 1 out of 10 is just not good enough odds for me, The BB's were just a whim and although i am putting mildly solid with them I cant seem to get my jump putt dialed with them well at all, id say ive maybe made 9 or 10 putts outside of 40 in the couple months ive been using em (usually i would hit one or so per round ) so i think the Aviars are on their last legs. Probly be back to challengers soon....unless i can find some secret stash of good wizards
uNicedmeMan wrote:what is a bad wizard?
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