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I wonder if any of us lefties use similar putters.
What do you use?

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I use Soft Magnets.
I use a combination of two different Aviar's (one very light 150, and the other a 172), and one fairly light 165 Element X, depending on conditions. I usually putt with my heavier Aviar, but if theirs no wind, I have excellent luck with either of the lighter putters.
I keep and Aviar 175 in my bag for most putts and I carry a 170s XD too but there is always a roc in my bag I can throw at it.
i use an dxvaviar 175g for most of my putts but use a dx xd 171g for long putts
I putt the soft and the D Banger GT...no, I didn't think so.

I use Gateway Warlocks - usually Super Soft. I used to putt with the Wizard, and I still use it for approach shots, but the Warlock gives a nice straight shot with a touch of fade if I need it. The biggest difference is that I attack the basket on the left side instead of all the righties attacking on the right side.
I'm a weird one. I'm a lefty flicker that putts with a Champ Gator. Used to putt with a XD til it tacoed quite a bit on me.
wait.... they make putters for lefties? Maybe thats whats wrong with my game!!!

Do they make drivers as well, because I have been using discs made for right handers!! doh!!!!

I second the wizard... supersoft!
im really weird i drive lefty and putt righty. but i use 12x kc pro aviars


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