Yeah. i hear you. I actually use 2 methods depending upon the situation. If it is feesible, i will jump putt it. I make currently about 8 - 10% of my attempts, the rest are easy putts with maybe 10% of the misses being right at 20 ft putts.
However, if it is really windy, or the shot calls for it, i do a nice no step back hand arm flick low off the ground. Its a slight hyzer line to the basket that lands just short of the pin to compensate for the disc if it slides or skips. Sometimes i get a little wind assistance and manage to actually hit the target, and that makes it sweet.
You have to remember the Base 10 method (Risk Reward).
Jump putt practice tip:
Start about 20 feet from the basket and practice a nice smooth putting shot. After you hit 10 - 20 in a row and it feels consistant, start to incorporate putting or falling over your marker. Hit 10 - 20 from 20 feet and move back to 25 feet. Repeat the jumping/falling putt another 10 - 20 in a row. Move to 30 feet and repeat. 35 and repeat. 40 and repeat. ect ect ect. This is also a great way to warm up during your normal putting routine.
I actually took a thin rope and tied markers on it ever 5 feet and with one placed at 33 feet so that I can practice learning to visible distinguish what is 33 feet and beyond. The rope is then attached to the base of the basket with the first 5 foot marker being 5 feet from the lip of the basket.
Also a putting tip. You need to practice getting into position every time you putt so dont hold the extra putters in your hand, set them in a chair, on the ground, or where ever about 5 feet from where you are putting from. This helps you get consistantly in the groove for your whole putting stance.