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by Scott #5003
Date Added: Thursday 20 March, 2008
I have used the demonstration versions of the 10 M Brick inside the Clearwater Disc Golf Store.
The first thing I noticed is that I have to grip it with more of a pinch grip because it has no rim to get your finger under. I also know that I use this pinch grip on my regular putters during competition for more consistency (meaning the putter can be wet or dirty and I can still get the same putt off) so the grip is familiar to me, but not what I generally use in casual rounds.
This putter is very sticky in the chains. If it grabs some chains, it usually ends up in the basket. Unlike other discs that immediately get pushed off the chains, this one seems to be caught in some type of spider net and after struggling, gives up and lays in the basket. Many people in the shop comment with "An Aviar would never have stayed in" or sometimes I ask them "What would your Aviar have done?".
The next most important point is that this putter will not leave the putting area. It is sticky to the ground because it is rubbery and it cannot roll because there is no rim...the sides collapse and it is no longer round, thus no roll. The weight for the disc is trapped in the center four inch circle in the middle of the disc, everything around it is flimsy rubber.
These will hold a very nice straight line for 30-40 feet before tailing off. Plenty of time to get it in the spider net! If you have a course with some elevated baskets, I recommend using this tool to gain the extra strokes needed to WIN!
Grab one today to experiment with...it's FUN!