flyinplastic23 wrote:apparently my putting strategy is to keep air balling until i am right under the basket then i can just put it in....
IMO, you might want a less stable putter than the Pro-D.
IMO, Wizards and Pro-Ds are probably the best "overall" putters on the market. Both can handle more torque than a standard DX Aviar and are alot better for approaching or throwing off the tee. That being said.... I like the DX Aviars and Star Aviars more as, IMO, they hold more glide. I couldnt rely on either for the approaches that I could for a Pro-D or a Wizard, but I have a 10x.
What I tell people in the shop is for strictly putting, I like an Aviar. For a multi-disc or a long approach disc, I reccomend the Wizard. For all three, either a Pro-D or a Wizard. Most choose the Wizard, most return to buy more.