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Roc, It isn't putter a but i use it for most of my puts. Chains rattle most of the times!
my beer maiden, because I can talk to her and she talks back.
I only have two putters, of those I'd say my Innova Aero. My putting has improved since I've started using it.
175 Pro Rhyno
Love the bead on the top and its a straight flier, great for approach also, up do 200ft its great!
Disc Player stamped KC Pro Aviar. They are great putters the older they get. As far as approach shots they guarantee holding the line thrown.
my putters of choice are - the dga blunt for 50 foot and closer putts on calm days and downhill shots as well as tomyhawk upshots, the blunt doesnt give me a bad role usually and the blunt just sticks to the chains and sometimes even appears to climb into the basket when thrown slightly low, my one buddy calls it my ken climbo disc cause it appears to climbo right into the basket at times.
on windy days or for shots farther out than 50 feet i use an ss omega, if i need little more stable putter i will wip out my magic putter, my magic putter is the soft rated one, but frankly it is anything but soft, that things hard as a rock, i wonder do they have an actuall super soft putter like the omegas ? i sure would like to try one
Used a dx Goblin
But just bought a Gateway Voodoo. Black. I don't think you should get a Voodoo if its not black. Would seem contradictory.
Soft Magnets..... I've had the same one in my bag for over four years now, my trusty goto putter in most situations. I have another one in the bag thats changed out pretty often with a new replacement, I like for this one to be brand new and stable so I can approach or drive off the pad with it and use it for windy putts too. If the wind is really howling I grab for a zone.
I like the soft magnets because I putt with a push putt style and really like the rebound they produce out of the hand from they're springy softness, plus sticking to the chains and wedging in the front of baskets from time to time aren't a bad thing either. lol