So I just lost my favorite wizard while practicing. Im thinking maybe this was a sign from the DG heavens, telling me its time to switch putters after years of putting mediocrity. Ive been enjoying my lightweight aviar while practicing recently, so I'm thinking something less overstable than the Wizard. Unfortunately, the aviar is too understable to drive. I think the anode sounds like it might be the best of both worlds, glidey and slightly understable for long putts, but still drivable on straight lines. Does this sound about right to Anode lovers? What are some weights that people are throwing for drives?
Furthermore, I used this wizard on 60% of my approach shots; mainly because i could flick it very straight and accurately about 150-200ft. How is the anode for flicks? Would an ion be better? Something totally different?
In addition, I've heard lots of grip concerns with mvp plastic in variable weather; which mvp plastic seems to be the most reliable?
Finally, does anyone have any other disc recommendations that transitioned smoothly out of their wizard phases? I would really love to replace this with another super stiff and hard wizard; but years of searching haven't produced any results. This is another reason i'm thinking its time to move away from this disc.
Current bag is sloppy yet fun; Judges, comet, wasp, FD's, river?, saint?, PD's, Flow, D1, Nuke, ...