Crosseyed0811 wrote:They make a Banger without the GT??? Lol
I'm leaning towards the Banger GT or Challenger right now it seems (edit: forgot about the magnet if they make the non soft ones stiff enough). I think every Pro-D plastic disc that I've picked up that wasn't labeled "soft" has had the kind of stiffness I haven't found elsewhere.. I've had maybe 5 Pro-D Banger GTs and only 1 of them wasn't quite as stiff as I wanted. I've just wound up giving them all away at different times. The most recent in a trade because I'd found some Black Classic Aviars that I thought were going to do the trick but they just still aren't quite stiff enough...
Mark Ellis wrote:You will know your favorite putter when you pick it up and hold it in your hand. A great putter is like a sexual attraction. You know it immediately.
But you don't need to restrict yourself to just one universal putter. Having specialty or situational putters is useful. You use different drivers for different lines or conditions, why not different putters too?
JR wrote:I haven't thrown a Breaker and want to get one to test vs a new Ringer that i love. Unfortunately that state is over in a couple of weeks when they become more flippy than glidy. I got mine to 300' flat land no wind in both states but the percentage was higher with a new one because i need to hit it at 100 % power to get distance. While not exactly glidey it does not drop terribly fast when given 300' of power. The break in was too fast and too far for a driving putter with the d Ringer.
So far medium Wizards have been consistently hard and i have not really fondled the other molds in medium plastic much at all. I picked up a Warlock once and it felt as slick and hard as medium Wizards so it could be useful for you. I'd try at least one Gateway putter mold with the medium plastic to make sure that it either is sufficient or not for you material and feel wise.
Mark Ellis wrote: A great putter is like a sexual attraction. You know it immediately.
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