• agl madrone putter review
    Above Ground Level,  Putter Reviews

    Above Ground Level Madrone Review

    The Madrone is a low glide putter from Above Ground Level that loves power and long straight lines. It shares many similarities with the AGL Manzanita but like the tree it is named after, the Madrone is unique. The Madrone tree is native to the Pacific Northwest but the Madrone putter will be finding its way all around the US in disc golf bags. Please follow and like us:

  • most overstable disc golf putters
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    Most Overstable Disc Golf Putter

    There are plenty of overstable disc golf putters, but there is something magical about insanely overstable putters that fade before they even leave your hand. For some unknown reason we are drawn to those putters that can be thrown further upside down than normal. Maybe we feel powerful hucking a putter that rips our shoulder from our socket. Or maybe it’s just me and I should talk to a therapist. Whatever the reason, we tested a lot of super overstable putters and here is our evaluation of the most overstable disc golf putters you can find. Please follow and like us:

  • Innova Invader putter review
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    Innova Invader Review

    Innova has introduced another low glide putter to its lineup, the Invader. The Invader specializes in approaches by balancing low glide with ease of release. This putter offers a comfortable grip and a confident run at the basket. I don’t feel like making a cheesy disc name pun, so here’s your review.  Invader Manufacturer Notes Here’s how Innova describes the Invader: The Invader is one of the best driving and approach putters available. Its flat-top profile features a rounded, small bead rim making it easy to grip-n-rip straight flights. Put torque onto the Invader, it can handle it—backhand and forehand. We’re launching Invader in durable and grippy Luster plastic. Innova…

  • AGL Discs Manzanita Review
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    Above Ground Level Discs Manzanita Review

    The Manzanita is a low glide, overstable putter which oozes consistency. Approved in 2018, it was one of the first putters molded by Above Gound Level Discs and has developed a following of dedicated throwers. While naming a disc after a tree feels rather ironic, it does not seem to have any negative affect on the Manzanita’s flight. Please follow and like us:

  • Infinite Discs Cohort Putter Review
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    Infinite Discs Cohort Review

    The Cohort is Infinite Discs’ fourth putter. It is a fast putter with a low-profile and small diameter great for long approach shots. ‘Cohort’ traditionally refers to a small ancient Roman military unit but I’m pretty sure Infinite named this putter for the data analytics understanding: A set of customers grouped by a common characteristic for the purpose of demographic analysis. Please follow and like us:

  • Arsenal Discs C4 putter review
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    Arsenal Discs C4 Review

    Arsenal Discs is a small disc golf manufacturer with a unique lineup. The C4 is the only putter in Arsenal’s lineup and is consistent with their goal of differentiation; the C4 is a unique putter. As we have said about other small and new manufacturers, we love seeing unique and special putters from small companies since there is alread a sea of clones out there from the big companies. Please follow and like us:

  • Latitude 64 Caltrop putter review
    Latitude 64,  Putter Reviews

    Latitude-64-Caltrop-Review

    The Latitude 64 Caltrop was released in 2016 around the time that many lower glide and overstable putters were hitting the market. With plenty of high glide and finesse putters in their lineup, Latitude 64 filled a hole that many disc golfers are looking to fill in their bag. Here’s how we think it stacks up to the others in the market. Please follow and like us:

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