Putters are the deepest, slowest, disc golf discs and have the thinnest rims. Putters are intended to fly shorter distances and on straighter lines. Putters are the slowest spinning discs, so they have less potential to deviate off line. While putters are made to go in the basket, they’re also less likely to fly too far beyond the basket. Along with developing a good short game, a player’s use of putters is extremely important to scoring well.
Discs are sorted by speed and stability. Overstable discs are listed first, followed by stable discs, and then by understable discs.
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DYNAMIC DISCS SLAMMER
3 | 2 | 0 | 3
Too long for a putt. Too short for a full throw. The doubts come creeping in when you are between discs. Slam the door on those negative thoughts. The Slammer by Dynamic Discs is meant for times like this. Feels like a putter but can be thrown with the power and aggression of a mid without even thinking about flipping over. Approaching will now be a walk in the park. Get to the basket better and cast off those loose strokes with the Slammer.
In 2019 the Slammer was retired to make room for new molds.
DYNAMIC DISCS MARSHAL
3 | 4 | 0 | 1
To bead or not to bead. This is one of the most fundamental questions in disc golf. While the Judge and Warden from Dynamic Discs each have their own opinion, the Marshal comes to establish peace in this fight. The microbead and slim profile of the Marshal makes for a disc that feels and releases great. With more stability than one would expect from this profile, the Marshal will usher in a new era of confidence and comfort inside the circle.
WESTSIDE DISCS MAIDEN
3 | 4 | 0 | 1
If you're looking for a neutral putter with a thin profile, the Maiden fits the bill. The Maiden is surprisingly resistant to turn with little fade.
WESTSIDE DISCS SHIELD
3 | 3 | 0 | 1
Westside's newest putter on the market, the Shield, is the next step up from the Swan. Designed with a tacky grip in the BT plastics, the Shield is a little thicker and has a small bead on the rim. It holds a stable line when throwing as an approach and a straight line into the chains while putting.
WESTSIDE DISCS CROWN
3 | 4 | 0 | 1
The Crown is a putter for players that like a beaded rim putter, stable flight, and consistency. A stable flyer with a good glide makes it a great tool in every bag. Choose the Crown to make all your important putts.
LATITUDE 64 PURE
3 | 3 | -1 | 1
Featuring a comfortable grip and slightly deeper rim than Spike, it will hold the line given to it on your approach shots. Pure is the second disc co-designed by Jesper Lundmark. The Opto line Pure is more stable and can withstand more power off the tee. It is very good for upshots or shorter drives with a very straight flight.
DYNAMIC DISCS DEPUTY
3 | 4 | -1.5 | 0
If your short game needs some assistance, look no further than the Deputy. Boasting the most understable flight of any Dynamic Discs putter, the Deputy allows for easy turnover flights at faster speeds and smooth straight flights at low speeds. Those with smaller hands or who prefer slimmer, beadless profiles will love the feel of the Deputy, as it is slightly more shallow than the Judge, Warden, and Marshal. Take your putt and approach game to the next level with the help of the Deputy!
WESTSIDE DISCS SWAN 2
3 | 3 | -1 | 0
The Swan 1 was our original putter and it would fly straight for anyone right of the shelf. Since we had such good feedback we decided to produce the Swan 2, the exact same feel as a Swan with a better flight. The Swan 2 holds the line a little better and can be used in the wind with success. The Swan 1 was designed to give lower arm speeds a straighter putting line, the Swan 2 will give all players that long straight putt they have been looking for on the course.
WESTSIDE DISCS SWAN 1 REBORN
3 | 3 | -2.5 | 0
The Swan 1 was Westside's original putter and it would fly straight for anyone right off the shelf. The Swan 1 was designed to give lower arm speeds a straighter putting line.
LATITUDE 64 RUBY
3 | 5 | -3 | 1
The Ruby is a Putter with a small grip, low weight starting at 150g, and a neutral flight path. With the release of the Ruby, the Driver-Midrange-Putter combo is complete and Latitude 64 is happy for all the positive feedback they have been getting on the Diamond and the Ruby and Pearl as well from our testers. With these discs, they have a complete beginner set of three Easy-to-use discs aimed at beginners, children, and anyone who doesn’t throw over 300ft.
DYNAMIC DISCS GAVEL
3 | 5 | -2 | 0.5
Joining the Breakout and the Proof in the Easy-to-Throw Line is the Gavel. If you like the Judge, the 2013 Disc of the Year, you will like the Gavel. With the same shape and bead as the Judge but a smaller profile and overall width, it fits great in smaller hands and has a very easy release. Beginners, and many seasoned players, will love this light weight, smaller rimmed option. Feel confident on your putt and approach with this little sharpshooter and watch your scores drop. The Gavel is ready to bang chains on your behalf.
In 2019 the Gavel was retired to make room for new molds.
LATITUDE 64 SINUS
2 | 2 | 0 | 2
Sinus is a putter with three grip areas on top with different textures. This gives players an option to find the grip and feel they prefer. Between the grip areas the disc is regularly smooth for players who prefer a smooth grip. The flight is quite overstable making it useful in windy conditions.
LATITUDE 64 CALTROP
2 | 2 | 0 | 2
You're stepping up to make an important putt, upshot or short drive. You feel the wind messing with your head. Grab the Caltrop and feel confidence return. The Caltrop is a throwing putter with raised thumb grip and solid overstable flight that will help you make those critical shots to stay in the lead.
DYNAMIC DISCS JUDGE
2 | 4 | 0 | 1
Why was the Judge named the 2013 Disc of the Year in the Player's Choice Awards? It is incredibly predictable in flying and hitting the chains. It is a fantastic throwing putter that will fly straight and glide for amazing distances. It comes in 7 different plastics so that your preferred feel is available in this disc. Come see why this disc has become so popular and judged other, more well-known discs, to be insufficient.
LATITUDE 64 GAUNTLET
2 | 4 | 0 | 1
Are you searching for a reliable putter with stable flight? Then it is time to challenge the course with the Gauntlet, a high profile putt and approach disc with a beaded rim. A stable flyer with good glide makes it a handy weapon in every bag. It is similar to the Macana but with a less rounded lower rim. Hit your target dead center with the Gauntlet!
LATITUDE 64 MERCY
2 | 4 | 0 | 1
Mercy is the latest putt and approach disc released by us. Designed with a deeper rim and a slower speed than Latitude 64's earlier putters, it makes for a very good alternative in their putt and approach lineup. Stable and consistent flight for putting, approach, and short drives. What else can you wish for?
LATITUDE 64 KEYSTONE
2 | 5 | -1 | 1
A good short game is what ties everything together on the course. The Keystone is here to support you. It has a beadless, rounded edge and medium depth. The flight path is understable. With the Keystone you will get easy turnovers and straight flights even at low speeds. Build your short game on the Keystone and reach new heights!
LATITUDE 64 DAGGER
2 | 5 | 0 | 1
The Dagger has been developed in co-operation with Dave Feldberg and is a deep dish beaded putter. Feldberg says it is comparable to a big bead Aviar, Wizard, Challenger, etc., but deeper with more float.
LATITUDE 64 MACANA
2 | 5 | 0 | 1
The Macana is a putter for players that like a beaded deep rim putter but still feel like the Dagger is just a little too deep. Stable in flight, it will serve you well as both a putter and a short range driver. The Macana has little fade and good glide. The name Macana refers to old wooden weapons used by native cultures of Central and South America. If you feel like every green is a constant battle ground perhaps the Macana can help you win the war!
LATITUDE 64 SAREK
2 | 4 | 0 | 1.5
Whatever situation you find yourself in on the course you can always fall back on the Sarek. It's a reliable, stable putt and approach disc that works very well as a short range driver too. No matter if you are new to the game or a seasoned pro, you can find many ways to put this disc to use. This overmold disc has an Opto Line flight plate and a Gold Line rim.
In 2019 the Sarek was retired to make room for new molds.
DYNAMIC DISCS WARDEN
2 | 4 | 0 | 0.5
To bead or not to bead. That is the question. What could Dynamic Discs possibly do in the putter game to follow the Judge, the 2013 Disc of the Year? Introducing the Warden, Dynamic Discs' beadless putter. With an extremely smooth release and neutral flight, the Warden will come out of your hand easily and fly dead straight to the chains. With more glide than the Judge, it will stay in the air longer to help deflate those high scores. The Warden would like to see you now.
DYNAMIC DISCS GUARD
2 | 5 | 0 | 0.5
When you need a bit of extra glide to get your putter to the basket, look no further than the Guard. The Guard can handle some power, and it excels as a neutral flyer when used off the tee or for upshots. With a deeper profile and beadless rim, the Guard will help you protect against those dreaded low putts!