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Ching Supreme Juju

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MSRP: $16.99

Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: $15.95

Special Price: $13.95

Regular Price: $15.95

Special Price: $13.95

SKU: 549

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The Supreme Juju is one of the softest putters made.

This is the original Juju whose name was derived from the gummy feel and translucent look that resemble the candy that you get in the movie theater.

The Juju is known for it`s ultra-straight putting line and it`s built-in thumb grooves that allow you to adjust the position of your thumb to adjust the stability of the flight.

Putt with you thumb near the center and the disc will act more stable.

Putt with your thumb closer to the rim and the disc will turnover easier.

Includes a blank slot for when the thumb groove isn`t necessary.

You can do this with any disc and have the same results, but Ching takes the guesswork out with these thumb grooves.

This super gummy premium version of the Juju is the easiest to turnover and will be easy for beginners to keep straight.

This disc is also great for people who tend toward a hard putt, because the soft plastic reduces the amount of action in the chains, which reduces the number of fall-outs and bounce-outs.

Available in many colors and weights.

Add to Cart to find where your thumb belongs!

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Manufacturer CHING

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Tim Moore Review by Tim Moore
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i love this disc. It creates a great feel and has helped my putting immensly. (Posted on 3/19/12)

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