Pretty much any putter can do this:
Jelyman wrote:hold the line the whole way and level out at the very end
That shot is dependent on speed and nose angle so you can learn to do it with nearly any putter. If you're looking for a short approach disc (say under 150') to run baskets with, a lid (Rattler, Sonic, Birdie, etc.), or beat baseline Aviar/Magic/Magnet type putter is a good choice.
For longer approach shots, I agree that a Dart is a fine choice, but so is any other putter. It's largely a matter of learning to control whichever one you choose. The Wedge is probably not the best choice, but it does have a unique feel that some people like, and it holds a line pretty damn well (until you power it up). It's more speed & nose angle sensitive than most of the other options though.
I didn't like the Ion and Anode. For me, the farther I was from the basket, the better they performed. But the closer I got, the less useful they were. They power up well, but they're fairly overstable at close range in comparison to lids and beat baseline plastic putters, and those are the discs I'm used to using.