Putters are the bread and butter of a solid disc golf game. It’s very important to have a putter that works well for your individual throwing style and preference. Be sure to choose a putter that will give you confidence to make putts when you need to.
The P3x is a flat, overstable, beaded putter. In the hand, it feels pretty similar to an Aviar3 with a bead. This putt/approach mold is great for shorter wind penetrating shots. Try a P3x if you want to see your upshot have a consistent fading finish.
The P3 is a very overstable putter in the Discmania line. This disc has been described as a cross between a putter and a mid-range. The P3 excels as a driving putter and has more distance potential than the traditional putter disc. Since this is an overstable disc, the P3 performs pretty well in windy conditions. It can also be a good putter for those players that like the fade-in approach. The P3 is available in soft P-Line as well as durable Jolley Launcher C-Line plastic.
The P2 is a straight flying, but slightly overstable putter made by Discmania. This disc comes equipped with enough stability that it can handle headwind shots and fairly long approach shots. This putter was designed specifically with pro players in mind, but can be a useful addition for disc golfers of all skill levels. The P2-Psycho is available in the inexpensive D-Line plastic, the mid grade P-Line plastic, as well as the high quality, and ultra durable S-Line. The feel of the P-Line plastic is probably the most popular, as it feels similar to the JK Aviar plastic. Discmania claims that it gets better over time, making the P-Line arguably the most economical choice for P2-Psycho plastics.
The Discmania P1X is an ultra straight flying putter disc that comes equipped with a bead. This putter is designed with a unique round nose that gives it the perfect feel in your hand, that will help you make more putts.
For a truly straight flying putter, it doesn’t get much better than the Discmania P1 – Maniac. This disc has turn and fade ratings at 0, which makes this a great straight line approach disc and chain rattling putter. The P1 is available in the mid grade P-Line and premium S-Line plastics. Both these plastics offer excellent feel and control.
The Discmania Link is the third disc released in Dismania’s Evolution line manufactured by Latitude 64, and the first putter. The Link is a neutral flying putter that is good for putting inside the circle and approach shots.
The Element Discs’ Plutonium is a new stable putter, meant to allow for slow fading drives. Element Discs describes the disc as “a versatile putter that holds the line it is put on. When thrown flat, the Plutonium will resist turn at high speeds but also comes equipped with a slow gentle fade with a soft finish. No need to worry about skipping by the basket, as the Element Discs Plutonium sits down just like it’s predecessor the Iridium. This disc is a little faster than most putters so it is a perfect choice for those shots in between putter and mid. This disc also finds a place in the putting game with a subtle thumb track and slightly shallow rim with small bead, which some find to be more comfortable in the hand.”
The new Iridium is the first disc to be released by Element Discs. The Iridium is a beadless putter disc that features one of the thinnest flight plates out in the market. The flight plate has a subtle thumb track for consistent grip and alignment every time. This is a versatile disc that is a great choice for putts and upshots, as well as driving off the tee. The Iridium also excels as a spike hyzer bomber that stops dead in its tracks when it hits the ground.
“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.”