Flat-topped and fierce, the Aviar3 is an ideal putter for short drives, aggressive upshots, and windy putts.The Aviar3 has the same comfortable grip you'd expect in an Aviar putter but with a distinctive flat top. In the hand you feel the lower profile. It feels fast. Even better, it can handle the speed. Throw the Aviar3 with power, backhand or forehand, and you can trust it to drop on target.
Good choice for: High accuracy approaches, driving putter, aggressive putts
Axiom - Envy
The Envy has a smooth modern feel that fits in the hand perfectly, lending confidence for both putt and approach duties. The Envy exhibits reliable high-speed stability and a minimal fade. With a slightly lower profile and cruising speed than the Ion and Anode class, the Envy is a uniquely “lid-like” stable putter.
Good choice for: Reliable high speed stability and accuracy on approaches, neutral flight and minimal fade
Discraft - Zone
Experienced players love the overstable, low-profile Zone™ putter. Will hold the line without flipping on long approaches, and delivers predictable putts even in windy conditions. Also now available as one of 4 time world champion Paul McBeth's signature discs.
Good choice for: Predictable putts in windy condition, flip resistance on long approaches
Hyzerbomb - Tank
The Tank boasts a broad sided, chain blasting profile and an extra wide patented thumb track grip. The outer edge is beefed up for a heavy duty feel that makes the disc ‘hover-stop- drop’…ideal for treacherous approach shots. Released with power, this disc will hold a straight line with very little glide- which gives you the control on short-mid range shots.
Good choice for: Approach shots that require accurate placement,short controlled midrange shots
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