Earl wrote:How do you use your Wizard/FLX Challenger combo?
I currently use Medium Wizards for both driving and putting. Recently I've thought about adding a Cryztal or FLX Challenger though, because I play rocky courses frequently, and the bead on my Wizards are getting chewed up quicker than I would like. As much as I like the Wizard for driving, it would be nice to have a good driving putter that will take lots of abuse. I've tried the Evolution Wizard for driving, and that plastic is junk IMO. That Evolution plastic feels like a slippery R-Pro disc to me.
I've heard good things about the Cryztal/FLX Challenger as a driving putter, but I've also heard that the Challenger in premium plastics has too much LSS to be useful for everyday putting. I've also read that the Ion is a good driving putter, too.
So I'm thinking about a Cryztal/FLX Challenger for driving duties and HW putts, and switching to S or SS Wizards for everyday putting. Before I buy, however, it would be nice to hear how someone else uses a Challenger/Wizard combo.
If only Discraft would make a Cryztal Focus...then my problem would be solved.
RocHed wrote:Star Max 175 - Overstable utility driver, long turning forehand drives, skip forehands, anhyzer backhands, hyzer spikes.
Mike C wrote:
There are a ton of Evo blends. I have evo Wizards as firm and stiff as champ plastic, ones that feel like a slightly softer blend of star, and my go to driving wizard feels like it's made of FLX. Just an FYI.
The new clear IONs have been more stable than before and according to the ION thread are flying more and more like Wizards now. And the ION can take probably more abuse than any other putter, apart from Vibram's rubber putters.
Anode|ION|JOKERi|MD2|FD|TD|PD|LEGENDaParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
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