Dynamic Discs Slammer Review
Updated: Apr 6, 2021
Approved by the PDGA in 2017. The Slammer is a solid overstable putter that will give you a reliable fade with both good distance for forehand and backhand approach shots that seem to be too long for a putter, but too short for a mid-range.
Let's check the specs!
Dynamic Discs Slammer Flight Numbers
Primary use: Beadless, very overstable Putter in various plastics
Similar to the Zone, Harp, and Pig that are manufactured by other retailers
Works great for both backhand and forehand shots equally
Holds a great flat line with a reliable fade at the end of it's flight
It's flat top and over-stability makes it great in the wind
Not highly recommended for novice or beginner level players
The top of the disc has a "thumb rack" which may be uncomfortable for some player's grips either backhand or forehand
Initial impressions of this disc seem extremely positive with players being very pleased with the consistency and reliability seen on all types of upshot and putting throws.
It is rated as a very overstable putter that relates to the Zone, Harp, and Pig making it a go-to disc for approach shots that need some distance, touch, and/or more fade than a standard putter.
It appears that this disc flies best with a flat release or slight anhyzer and will give a fair amount of fade finishing near distances of 200-250 feet.
Players are also very happy with the various grades of available plastics and how it feels in the hand as this disc is flat topped, low profiled, and offers a Soft blend.
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