1. Par is KING. 2. Get good inside 25ft (7m) before working on a jump/step putt. 3. Put in the time and effort to learn all the shots (forehand, backhand, thumber, tomahawk, grenade, roller, turbo putt, and horseshoe putt) even if you main only one style. 4. Fieldwork in high wind is essential. 5. Have FUN!
Chasing down Tony Ferro at 'Big Bombs Over Baumholder' for my first B'tier win.
It is a FAMILY. I feel that I can reach out and get help from a dozen teammates at the drop of a hat.
Go-to driver, backhands from 375ft to 450ft and forehands from 325ft to 360ft. This mold helps me stay inbounds and carve max-D lines through the woods.
MY overstable workhorse fairway choice. Comfortable and consistent both backhand and forehand. Performs well on scramble shots like the thumber, grenade, or forehand roller.
Great glide and dependable late hyzer finish. I use the Evader for hyzer flips that I need to fly straight and finish slightly left.
Go-to stable to overstable fairway driver. Used for the same shots and lines as the LucidX Sergeant just 30-50ft shorter.
Go-to stable to overstable midrange. Same backhand shot shapes as the Glory just 30-50ft shorter.
BT Hybrid only, forehand only, same shot shapes as my Criminal just 30-50ft shorter.
Same lines as the Maverick just 30-50ft shorter. Also used for touchy straight forehands in the woods.
All the same shots as the Bard and the Anvil, just shorter and with less ground play.
Inside and outside the circle putter, driving putter, approach putter, the Marshal is straight and reliable in any/all wind conditions.