The Viking Knife is an easy to throw, versatile putter that can handle serious power. It’s solid in all categories and can be used for nearly any purpose and may preclude the need to carry other putter molds. It also has a cool stamp of a ripped Viking holding an intimidating knife. Keep reading for more information on the Viking Knife putter.
Essential Discs Honey Review
Essential Discs is a small company that has been around since 2010 and now operates out of Lansing, Michigan right near us. We got the chance to hit the course with the owner, Larry, and test out his disc, the Honey. Larry has a great story which we recommend reading on his site, but we’re here to tell you about the Honey. If you’re ready to get your hands sticky with this overstable putter/midrange-tweener then keep reading! All review discs were purchased, we did not recieve any free goods.
Discraft Focus Review
Discraft released the Focus in 2009 as an Ace Race disc, a straight putter with moderate glide. The Focus has been a mainstay in many bags since and we’re review now because it has found its way into Chris’ bag as his go-to putter. This putter literally has putting instructions stamped on it!
Gateway Disc Sports Chief Review
The Gateway Chief will give you commanding accuracy as it flies straight as an arrow toward your target. This straight flyer is a must try especially in Gateway’s newly released Diamond plastic. Gateway Disc Sports Chief Putter Notes “A low profile putt & approach with rounded nose and a beaded rim. Great for players that don’t feel comfortable with deeper rimmed putters. Perfect for an off the tee putter when you need extra control.” Gateway Chief Product Page Available plastics: Diamond, Soft, Sure Grip, Super Glow, Organic, and like 50 other special Gateway plastics Flight Rating: 3, 3, 0, 1 Gateway Chief Reactions The Chief sits nicely in my hand…
Discraft Ringer and Ringer GT Review
Discraft’s Ringer, originally released in Pro-D, has now been released in the adjusted Ringer GT mold available in Jawbreaker and Soft-X plastics. We’ve been testing the Ringer for some time and Discraft just recently sent us a Ringer GT in both plastics to review. Both molds left our ears ringing with confidence from the number of chain hits.
Discraft Zone Review
The Discraft Zone putter is one of the most overstable and consistent putters I’ve thrown. It landed a spot in my bag immediately but it took a few weeks to get comfortable with it because it demands power and control for proper use. Once it’s dialed in though, it can quickly become a go-to approach putter that can be used in many situations.