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            I have a probolem with putting with my putter's. I have an omega and it seems like the bead on the edge of my disc is just way to big.(first prob) I will use the my omega for a few full rounds and still lil to no improvment.(second prob) I switched up to a #2 driver and it flys straight for and goes into the basket 65% of the time,putt range only 23ft and closer tho.Any thing past that I miss. I guess my ? is should i keep using the disc that give me a better % now or should I just get a diffrent Putter and just deal with the fact of using a putter. Any Advise will help.


                   HillBilly Matt-

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Try a Innova Aero in the Star plastic.  It was to soft for me but i did try one out for about a year

Try both putters from Skipper H/ Ripdiscgolf.com:"Graboide";large bead,overstable. "Relic"; no bead,understable.

 Both have helped my putting game recently,plus they've been PDGA approved.

Another putter try: "Money" putter from ABCDiscs.com

I have a friend who uses an Arrow by aerobie, the thing looks like a pie plate but he is deadly with it.

you got that right


I use a Innova Coyote and shark for windy days and longer putts.  I use a Ching Legacy for hyzer and turny putts and an Innova Aviar for everyday, less than 30 feet, putts.
That is a pretty sick putt!

Was lucky to have a guy filming that day.

KC Pro Aviar.



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