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so, i wanted to say thanks for all the advice on putters... i tried quite a frickin few and ended up settling on the jk-pro aviar for a while... HOWEVER... i have recently decided to try putting with a crystal Z Buzz... i don't know what it is, maybe the size of the disc is just more comfortable because i have big hands, but i've been hitting some great birdies, par saves etc when i use it... it started as a whim but it seems to just work really well for me... i've decided to give it a few complete runs on my next couple outings, and see what happens... thoughts? opinons? suggestions?

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If a sharp edge mid range disc were better for putting, all of the pros would be using them.
None do.
There are too many reasons to list why not, but it is too fast, too slick, and too squirrely.
Many times players get good results with a fluke and then seem to stick with it.
The most common one is using a driver on a hole that you can reach with a putter.
Sure, you took so much off your driver that it seemed easy to reach the short hole and ,well, it was the only time you ever got a birdie on it so you are going to use a driver every time you get to this short hole (seems easier than learning the correct way of reaching it with a control putter shot).
Works great until you pull it a little or put just a touch too much on it and then disaster. The disc goes too far, or skips away from the basket. If you have a putter and you put a little extra on it, no big deal as it will just be a little bit farther away, not what you will get from the slick driver---proper disc selection is essential and hard to learn.
This scenario is waiting for you putting with a buzzz. When you miss, the buzzz will not leave you within putting distance. You are doing what we call "learning the hard way" lol. Sorry to be so hard, but I want to save you from frustration and misery! Eventually you would figure all of this out on your own, but I can save you some time.
You have found what we call a "false sense of security". And are falling into the trap of "practicing bad habits".
Learn your putters. Trust your putters. And save your buzzz for upshots, approach shots and short drives!
A putter is the most accurate disc in your bag. It's slow speed is what makes it that way. Learn it. Love it.
Do not make excuses to shy away or replace it....thought, opinion and suggestion.
yeah a buzz is too fast of a disc to use for putting imo. however i have seen people putt with about everything, my opinion is that since it is a faster disc than a putter if it hits the top or bottom of the basket its going to bounce clear away. if you play on a well used hole with no grass it will slide forever. always use the slowest disc that you can my friend, :)

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