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ABC Money Putter

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Disc Information

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The Money Putter was designed to help you win $. A must have for disc golfers who regularly play in leagues and tournaments. The Money Putter is also suggested for short approach shots.

The money putter is the only ABC Disc available in the less expensive Bronze line plastic.

ABC Money

Money Dimensions:

  • Diameter: 21 cm
  • Height: 2.2 cm (109.62% of Average)
  • Rim Thickness: 1 cm (68.36% of Average)
  • Available Weights (Bronze Plastic, Gold Plastic): 170-175 g

ABC Money Putter Additional Information:

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InfiniteDiscs.com Flight Rating: //-/

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6 Reviews

  1. timmy
    Review Whiz, L8

    this is a great slow flying putt and approach disc, its a little taller and has a deeper rim than your average putter that really gives you something to hold onto.

    i throw many different putters depending on the conditions im playing in and where im throwing from. mostly the money comes in handy for me off the tee on shorter holes since it allows me to really rip into it without turning over and it always finishes with a fade left. my money is in the champion like gold line plastic that is very durable and has a good feel. thinking about picking up one in the bronze line plastic for shorter putts. over all im really pleased with my money putter, its a quality disc….

  2. Tyler
    Review Fanatic, L5

    See my review for the Gateway Warlock, because… zhey are twins. The soft tacky Bronze line makes this an all weather chain grabber. Perfect for floating in long go-for-it putts since it will either cash in or drop like a rock right around the base. Not so much glide you have to worry about it sailing on by. Like the Warlock I have never used this for driving, but once my Warlock crumbles to dust (3 straight years of it being the only disc I use to hit chains) my $ Putter will take it’s place.

  3. David
    Review Lover, L6

    I really like this disc. Great for approaches and short drives, and overstable so hard to turn over. It has a good grip and is solid for the close ups as well!

  4. andrew hampton
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    nice over stable putter. easy to throw hard and not have any turn. lots of glide for an overstable disc.

  5. Alan Barker
    Review Grand Master, L13

    I’ve tried over 50 different putters and chose this one out of them all. The Money Putter is a little taller than the average putter and has a good feel to it. The Bronze plastic is kind of like a soft DX plastic. It’s a straight flyer and I only Use it fot short putts within about 25 feet. I can’t say its anything different or more special than other putt and approach discs, but it’s a good one. I think the name “Money Putter” gives it a slight psychological advantage because when you throw it, you expect it to be “Money.”

  6. The champ money putters are amazing! Best putter to drive with if you want it to go straight and then fade back to the left. I have aced with this disc twice and I would recomend this disc to anyone if they are looking for a driving putter.

    The base plastic is also a nice disc. It has an amazing grip to it and fades back even when it gets beat. Everyone should try this disc out atleast once so you can see how amazing it is!

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