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Disc Review



Discraft
Elite X Putt'r

Type: Putt and Approach
Diameter: 21.0cm
Available Weights: 165-174g
Plastic: Discraft Elite X

Elite X Putt'r
Flight Rating Category Value What Discraft says:
Maximum Flight Speed NA
Resistance To High Speed Turn NA
Amount Of Low Speed Fade NA
Propensity To Fade NA
Glide NA
Relative Distance NA
Qualitative Analysis Value
Recommended Skill Level NA
Predictability NA
Uniformity Of Break In Period NA
Overall Durability NA Description of the Ratings System.


Player Reviews

Posted 10-05-06
Submitted by moonlit Location: MN
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 325
Disc Weights: 170-172
Review: My first Putt'r was an Elite Z. The Z plastic was too slippery and it spun out of the chains too often, so I switched to the Soft Magnet. Well, I finally found the Super Soft X Putt'r! Yahoo! I use my putters for putting as well as approaches from about 150' and in. The Super Soft Putt'r shines on those straight to right turn approaches where I feel I have a chance to go for the chains and not go too far past on the misses. It has a thick, rounded bottom rim that feels good for smooth releases. (It doesn't take long to break it in, for it is fairly sticky in your hands when brand new. So have no fear.) I like that it has a blunt outside edge because that means more chain-grabbing surface area. This disc does NOT slip out of the chains. For shorter putts where the right side of the chains are well guarded by trees, this disc is your baby! My Soft Magnet is tried and trusted. It is great for those left turn approaches as well as normal putts. The Super Soft Putt'r is a great putter too. It is comfortable and trusty and I find myself using it more and more for the regular putts.
Posted 11-01-05
Submitted by Harold Bramton pagan.harold@gmail.com
Location: North Dakota
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 275
Disc Weights: 174
Review: Been using my Elite X Putt'R to large success for 30+ foot putts. I'm no expert but I've found with the "drop like a rock" straight shot flight characteristics this putter has replaced my Avaiar as my favorite. I have found the Elite X version to be suple and feels great in the hand. However, it's to "bouncy" when it hits the pole or basket rim. Would suggest the purchase of the Elite Z version instead.
Posted 09-04-05
Submitted by Kevin Fanning Kfanning75@hotmail.com
Disc Weights: 171
Review: The X Puttr is simply disgusting in the best possible way. with enough snap you can throw this disc on a straight line for a great putt. you can also float the disc around objects for very accurate putts. I would reccomend the X Puttr to anyone who plays disc golf and wants to sink putts frequently.
Posted: 8-03-05
Submitted by Hans Gilgen
Location: Clever, MO
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 150-200
Disc Weights: 167 to 169
Review: This is the finest putter I have in my bag. I have dropped several shots from between 60 and 100 feet away with this putter. It holds and extremely straight line and will go right where you want it to. I have my own basket and have tried the following putters: Aviar, Wizard, Birdie, and Pirahna. The X-Putter is always dropping in the basket more than the others!!!
Posted: 11-03-04
Submitted by heiser@customdirect.com
I am a casual player who's always had some trouble with accurate putting. I picked up the Elite X putter on a whim the other day at my local shop. I was immediately impressed at the good feel it had in my hand. The Elite X Putter has an almost a tacky feel to it, very "grippy". The thick rounded edges add to the comfort factor this putter has in my hands. It just seems like this putter belongs in my hand. After throwing it a couple of times I was even more amazed. It held it's line really well into the wind. As well as with the wind (10 mph that day). The Putter goes where you throw it. I am really impressed with this putter and it has now replaced my rattler which I was very happy with.
Posted: 9-13-04
Submitted by: fred@coxsystech.com
I have thrown disc on and off for twenty years; and have tried lots of different putters, such as the kittyhawk, 86, super puppy, birdie, magnet, aviar, etc. The Discraft Putt'r is in my opinion the finest chain grabber to ever come down the pike. Smallish in diameter, fat on the edges, and with a deep rim for just the right amount of stability. I have heard it called a "turnover" putter, but for me it holds a line just fine.
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