• Essential Discs Honey review
    Essential Discs,  Putter Reviews

    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.

  • Infinite Discs Ruin Review putter
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    Infinite Discs Ruin Review

    The Ruin is an overstable putter molded by Infinite Discs. This disc rounds out Infinite’s putter lineup filling a slot that every disc golfer needs – a close distance, overstable, reliable, workhorse. The Ruin is not for weak hearts or weak arms, but if you can handle this powerful putter it will surely help your game… maybe ruin another disc golfer’s chance at first place…

  • 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.

  • Gateway disc golf chiefOS review
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    Gateway Disc Sports Chief OS Review

    Overstable but offers long straight lines.  Crazy glide but provides confidence and consistency.  The Chief OS is a very versatile overstable putter which embodies many of the best characteristics of Gateway’s original Chief.  Get ready to command obedience from the course with this putt and approach disc.

  • Prodigy Disc Golf PA3 Review
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    Prodigy PA3 Review

    One of our readers (@TBartExpress on Twitter) recently suggested that we test Prodigy’s PA-3 putter.¬† We haven’t tested much Prodigy in the past so we picked up a PA-3 to review and we’ve been pleased.¬† Pleased to the point that we wonder why we haven’t heard more buzz about this reliable putter.

  • Dynamic Discs Suspect Review
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    Dynamic Discs Suspect Review

    Dynamic Discs’ Suspect is permanently in my bag to get me out of tough lies and to drop hard on tricky upshots. ¬†This midrange approach disc is not what I’d consider a finesse disc, but it’s incredibly versatile for an overstable utility.

  • QuestAT Turbo Putt Review Putter
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    Quest AT Turbo Putt Review

    The Quest AT Turbo-Putt is one of the most unique and controversial discs in disc golf. ¬†This is one strange putter. ¬†A while back I described it as the Jar Jar Binks of disc golf; no one really knows why it’s a thing, but there it is and you really want¬†to like it but you just can’t. ¬†Like Jar Jar, of course, there will always be a few super fans who love it.

  • Latitude 64 Pure Review
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    Latitude 64 Pure Review

    The Latitude 64 Pure is giving my Gateway Wizard serious competition for a spot in my bag, and that says an awful lot. ¬†Tim over at mindbodydisc.com¬†pointed me toward the¬†Pure and¬†I’m convinced he just wanted to watch me obsess over which amazing putter would win the battle for a spot in my disc golf bag.

  • Latitude 64 Dagger
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    Latitude 64 Dagger Review

    The Latitude 64 Dagger is a great slow and stable putter. ¬†It’s similar to many of your favorite putters but a few slight adjustments that add up to a significantly different experience without jeopardizing the comfortable and familiar putter feel.

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