mikesolt wrote:Your idea of getting a boatload of putters and a basket is a fantastic idea. I did the similar thing and have 20 or so putters of all shapes and sizes in my backyard DB5. Small beads like XDs are in ther and so are fattie beads like that of the putt'r are included.
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.
sleepy wrote:Do you feel that practicing with many different molds/styles is detrimental? It seems like you wouldn't really be able to get into a groove with one putter if you're constantly practicing with 10-15 different putters. Wouldn't it be better to borrow many different putters from someone, practice with them, and then pick one mold and get 10 in the same weight to practice with from then on? Or, maybe get 5 of your 'basic' putter, and then 5 of your 'windy' putter?
(I'm asking because I too plan on getting 10 putters and a practice basket, and had thought they should all be the same mold/weight.)
Torg wrote:Went out to Gotta Go Throw and bought a bunch of Wizards. Nice store but pretty hard to get to. Still waiting on the basket, picked up a Instep one and plan on doing the chain mod I found on the PDGA boards to it. Should be putting like a champ in a few thousand throws now...
sleepy wrote:Do you feel that practicing with many different molds/styles is detrimental?
Kpro wrote:I also did the 5 wizard deal and loved it. I got two mediums which i use for shots aout side 30ft and two Softs for inside 30ft. I use the e just for practice, its alot softer than all of the others.
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