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I would like to hear what everybodys favorite putters are and why.

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APX Swirl, because it's a neutral putter, so it flies nice and straight with little to no hyzer at the end. Plus I like my putters nice and tacky, but still firm. Do to the "swirl" part of the APX, i get this. I also carry a Wizard Eraser. Once again, a nice firm and tacky putter. I use it on uber windy days for long putts, upshots, or when I need a for sure hyzer shot.
I use the zero line spike made by latitude 64, it's a shallow rimmed putter much like that of a classic roc except it doesn't have a bead on it. Another bonus to this disc is that the top is equipped wwith traction pads which allow for better grip no matter what shape ones hands are in. It also works consistently in the rain. 40 foot putts with this disc as simple as 1,2 3rd times a charm. I love it a lot, and it always gets those hard to reach birdie putts during rounds and tournaments.

Aviar!!!! Because there is a long list!!!

 

Wizard
Organic Magic.  It has a great grip, but not floppy like r-pro.  it goes straight.  I had to learn how to really putt when I dropped my stable putters and picked this up.
Birdie.  Less likely to be stolen than any other disc (or, at least, stolen and kept).  Easily identifiable in the thief's hand, even from a distance, because it's sure to be the only one on the course.  Biggest drawback is enduring comments from my tournament opponents; "dog dish" is, I think, their name for it.
I threw classic Rocs for a couple of years, and I still do on approach shots, but now I throw kc pro aviars. They just seem to want to slide in to the basket.
omega supersoft, i like the way it feels
i really love my soft magnets. they are very much a middle of the road putter. not really overstable like a banger or understable like a puttr just enough stablillity to fight off the wind. they are the same way with speed, not fast like a dart or a wedge and not slow like a rattler, also  they are grippy and soft to grab the chains. i really liked the feel of the hard magnets but they had more of a tendancy to bounce around in the basket.

Evo HPP Warlock just seems to go right where I want it too, and even from longer distances if I run and miss it's always 8ft away, seemed a lil slick at first but turned almost Omega like (tackiness wise) over a week or so...

 

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