I've had a dilemma going on for years now that I've never really gotten settled. The first disc I ever bought was a Yellow Bottom Stamped DX Aviar. To this day I have struggled to find other putters with the same feeling plastic. I've tried all variations of Aviars from other bottom stamps thinking the stamp process is what made a difference and finally settled on Classic Aviars being as close as I can get. The plastic is VERY stiff. I have found some other discs that were very close. I have a KC Pro Aviar that feels very similar, 2 Pro-D Rattlers that have that stiffness, a Pro-D Ringer that's pretty much there, and a Pro-D Banger GT or two, and a few Pro-D Challengers.
I'm trying to find a disc that is easiest to find in the right feel for me (Preferably in baseline plastic as its cheaper). Obviously from my list I'm starting to lean towards Discraft Pro-D seeming to be the most consistent in getting the feel I like, and oddly enough I've always been an Innova heavy player from living in Rock Hill, SC. So it appears I'm looking for a Discraft Putter available in the stiff Pro-D plastics and one that is a good one-mold-do it all putter. So help me out
From the Discraft stuff I've tried: Banger GT
- Very interesting disc. I've had a few different ones. Seems like I get the best results out of this disc if I haven't been practicing my putting, and if I start practicing this one gets worse and my Aviar gets better. I've never really committed myself to using it enough to really know though or get one broken in and see how it ages. I've heard they age nicely.Rattler
- fun disc but not a mold I want to be my only putter.Ringer
- I really like the low profile of this disc too, but I've not really thrown it much. Not sure if it would really be a do-it-all putter mold or not. I figure its too overstable to really break in nicely to cover everything. I do like FH's as well which the Ringer would probably be very good at doing