dga blunt gumputt for me as well, ive tried all of them out there and this is what works for me, nothing sticks to chains like it, and it doesnt take off on a bad role if you miss very often, they can be flighty in moderate to heavy wind, but what i like about them over aviars is i can putt with this disc from 100 foot in and it keeps the same flight path, i dont have to worry as much about it turning on me, and i just love the way it appears to climb into the basket when i throw a little low and it hits the top of the rim and flips in, lol my buddys have named it my ken climbo disc because of this trait, so in closing i have come to realize this is not a more commonly used putter as say the aviar and wizzards, but hey, that means theres more of these babys for me, so if anyone has any they want to sell, leave me a msg cause im needing some extras for practice !!!
I've been throwing a few Putters..of course I've only been playing for less than a year. But I've tried Magnets and Wizards which I don't mind too much. My Aviars have been good to me but I have noticed that I am Loving my Challengers. I currently putt with a Crystal Challenger. Its still pretty new to my bag but I'm loving the Hell out of it. Plus its a wonderful wind putter! It is extra stable so I'm able to putt so Umph on it with my jump putts so I know it wont turn over too much. I use it for anything inside of 100ft.
Aviar P&A. I hear everyone saying that they like stable putters?? That doesn't make sense to me. I bet when a stable putter misses it misses left. I like the beat in Aviar P&A becasue it is not stable. I carry several Aviars though. Putt inside the circle in lite wind with a beat in P&A and with heavier wind I use a new P&A. I have tried them all and the beat in Aviar is the the bees knees!