The Atom is a straight flyer with enormous potential off the tee and on long approaches. Right off the shelf, the Atom has a neutral stability with just a bit of fade. In premium GYRO® plastics the Atom will retain its neutral stability indefinitely. In Electron baseline plastic the Atom will wear into an extremely straight and floaty putter, with extra tactile feedback inside the circle or in adverse weather.
The Swan 1 was Westside Discs' original putter and it would fly straight for anyone right off the shelf. Since they had such good feedback they decided to produce the Swan 2, the exact same feel as a Swan with a better flight. The Swan 2 holds the line a little better and can be used in the wind with success. The Swan 1 was designed to give lower arm speeds a straighter putting line, the Swan 2 will give all players that long straight putt they have been looking for on the course.
Good choice for: Long straight putts, understable approaches
The Pure is a modern classic in the putt and approach department. The disc was co-designed with Jesper Lundmark and features a comfortable grip and a medium deep rim, with minimum fade for the ultimate putting experience. Left, straight or right; it will hold any line on your approach shots. Elevate your game around the basket with the Pure.
Good choice for: Accurate approaches, controlled putts
The Shield, is the next step up from the Swan. Designed with a tacky grip in the BT plastics, the Shield is a little thicker and has a small bead on the rim. It holds a stable line when throwing as an approach and a straight line into the chains while putting.
Good choice for: Players who like taller putters, stable approaches
If you're looking for a neutral putter with a thin profile, the Maiden fits the bill. The Maiden is surprisingly resistant to turn with little fade. Released during the 2018 Trilogy Challenge.
Good choice for: Stable putter that can handle everything from in the circle reliability, to accuracy off the tee
The Luna is a new putter from Discraft co-designed from start to finish with Paul McBeth. The Luna features a new and unique plastic blend, combining the fan favorites of Jawbreaker and the durability and extra tackiness of rubber. The melding and firming process of these two materials makes for a great feel in the hand and gives the utmost confidence on the course. The Luna is a great neutral flying putter, making it a staple for heavily wooded and open style courses. This control allows the Luna to take advantage of any angle or putting style and showcase it at its full potential.
Good choice for: All putting styles, reliable neutral flights, versatile putter
The Proxy shares the Envy mold’s core, lending the same low-profile feel and solid grip, along with a short wing width and wide flight plate diameter for superior glide. The Proxy sets itself apart from the Envy with a remarkably straight forward-fading finish. A bit of high-speed turn potential allows the Proxy’s lines to be manipulated over a broad range of power and helps less powerful throwers achieve straight putter drives.
Good choice for: Straight putter drives for low power throwers, reliable finishes
Good choice for: Straight flier, long approaches, stable putter with minimal fade, accuracy in the circle