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At 4:27am on January 20, 2008, Avery Jenkins said…
At home of course. Never need that many putters out to the course. I bet that you have at least five putters, sure its nice to have all the same kind, but they are just putters and they fly the same at short distances. Just ideally its nice to have more so that you dont have to constantly pick them all up after putting a set. Save that money.
At 4:27pm on January 19, 2008, Avery Jenkins said…
No worries. I recommend at least 5 putters when starting out with practicing and trying to find your putting routine. I like actually putt with sometimes up to 10 putters just to get the feel and motion of the release.
At 4:52am on January 19, 2008, Avery Jenkins said…
I am on the West Coast so it is almost 2 am. The weather is very comparable, but it has pretty dry for the past few days, so I have been doing a lot of running and training outside. It never gets that windy but it usually rains a lot this time of year and hardly ever snows because we as so close to the Ocean.

As far as aviars go, stick with what works best for you. I prefer the stability of the KC but the P&A might work better for your type of throw plus you know how it flies in comparison. Go with it.
At 2:57pm on January 18, 2008, Avery Jenkins said…
Kalle,
Obviously I would recommend the KC Aviar because of its durability and consistency of flight. The Aviar-X is not too bad I just don't prefer the softer putters in the summertime because of the over grippy feel during the release, but actually I have started using it this past winter in the cold for the only reason that I could grip it in the snow. The new 5X Aviar-X seem to be a great combination of both stiffness and grippy feel. So its your choice on what feels best and what constantly goes in the basket for you.
At 4:06am on January 17, 2008, Avery Jenkins said…
Oh yeah, I check ebay all the time.
At 2:32am on January 16, 2008, Avery Jenkins said…
Thats the problem, no one sells 11X Rocs and Aviars anymore. I wish that I could still find them, trust me I have checked all over the place.
At 4:14am on January 13, 2008, Avery Jenkins said…
The Roc molds are exactly the same in every way. The only difference is the plastci that they consist of, the 11X has a very durable, grippy plastic and the 12X has slightly less-grippy plastic but for some reason it is not as durable. It seems to chunk-up a bit when it takes hits but the 11X plastic smooths out a little better after those hits because it is slightly softer but not much, just better plastic.

I highly prefer the 11X plastic over all 12X plastic out there in any mold. I have now acquired pretty good stock on the 11X Rocs for years to come for that very reason.
At 4:41pm on January 11, 2008, Avery Jenkins said…
Sure, but is much easier to actually show you in person then to put it all into words at this time. You are from Finland, right? I would happy to show if and when we meet up at a tournament of some kind. We will be over there for the Major in Sweden this summer. Looking forward to it, take care.

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