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If you love the flight of the Judge but wish it had less of a bead and a bit less fade, you're in good company with 2010 World Champion, Eric McCabe. In the quest for his go-to putter, Eric approached Jeremy Rusco and Latitude 64 about creating a putter that sits in between the Judge and the Warden, and the EMAC Judge is the result. The EMAC Judge features an incredible feel in your hand with a microbead that ensures a smooth release. Disc golfers using the EMAC Judge for approach shots will love the neutral stability with a subtle finish, and those putting with it will find a consistent flight with less diving fade than the original Judge. Eric is known for his world-class putting, so if you're looking for a putter that will take your game to the next level, look no further than the EMAC Judge!
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I'm still practicing with this one. I like it a lot so far... i can tend to overturn it but I think its user error as I'm getting some really nice throws out of it. Good overstable mid for those right turning backhands.... it starts right and stays right for me
Good straight distance driver. The more I practice the further it goes
I have above average arm speed and can send it over 400+ regularly, but this disc doesn't go far for me. Its a bit too overstable and no matter how hard I throw it I can't get it to flip up to flat for any length of time. Even on anhyzer for a flex shot it doesn't go as far as my other discs. This will not be a distance driver for me unfortunately like I had hoped... more of a forhand or backhand midrange hyzer spike at this point. It might break in and gain stability over time, but I'm a bit disappointed. Would like to see what the regular Ballista does