Frank Delicious wrote:Drowsy wrote:MR. WICK wrote:Whatever your putter is.
I don't want to buy a new approach/short drive disc.every month to maintain the stability. Trees suck.
Good news my friend. You won't have to buy a new putter every month because putters, even ones that hit lots of trees, can maintain their stability for a long time at shorter distances.
I also prefer a beat up putter for those distances anyway. The loss of a bit of LSS means they fade out less and can be manipulated on more lines.
That happens for me, too. I've sunk more ~90' approach shots throwing forehand than I have backhand several times over.kern9787 wrote:I've discovered recently that it is SOOOOO much easier for me to range shots that short by flicking a putter rather than trying to throw backhand. I've become so much more accurate, and I'm not at all a strong forehand player.
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