Originally Posted by matt
i am looking for a slow, very overstable putter, for trick and approach shots
is a sinus slow?
i am going to go on a putter quest for a while
because my short game sucks
i want to learn to drive with one ect.
Sinus, Rhyno, or maybe a Pig would be my suggestion. I throw all latitude except my Upshot/driving putter is the Rhyno. I can snap the Rhyno hard and it will always come back. Lately I have been using a Zero Sinus and it is really close to the Rhyno. The Sinus has a shallow rim, Rhyno is a much deeper rim. They feel different, but fly similar. I do not own a Pig.
Flight #s according to each Manufacturer are identical:
Innova - Rhyno: Speed 2, Glide 1, Turn 0, Fade 3
Latitude 64 - Sinus: Speed 2, Glide 1, Turn 0, Fade 3