The Discraft Focus is a stable putter for ones who want to concentrate hard before tossing it into the basket. It has a gentle fade at the end of flight providing accurate putting abilities. It's not normally utilized for approach shots but throws from inside the circle.
Speed: 2 | Glide: 3 | Turn: -1 | Fade: 2 | PDGA Approved
If you have a wide-open putt, there is no better putter on the market than the Focus to provide you with a straight flying disc. A lot of players including Sheila Kirkham has started moving there longer and short approach shots from the Magnet to the Focus. The stability the Focus provides truly allows you to harness your true energy into every shot.
PLASTICS AVAILABLE FOR THE DISCRAFT Focus
Apart of Team Discraft, Alex Geisinger finds the disc exactly what he's looking for with his putting style. He utilizes a "splush putter" that has some speed behind it while throwing towards the basket. He does like two other putters, the Magnet and Roach, however, he states 7/10 of the time he chooses his Focus. Another member of Team Discraft, Jason Tiligadas actually reaches for the cheapest plastic-type for those inside the circle shots stating it provides great glide and holds straight lines while fitting comfortably in his hand. Here are the current plastics offered in the Discraft Focus:
Starting as the 2009 Ace Race proto, the disc has blossomed into the ever-popular putter, Discraft Focus. It sports a bullet-nose that no other Discraft putter currently has that is the only stability rating of .5 in the putter category. When the winds are picking up at the course, it's always good to find a disc that cuts through without losing the necessary accuracy to cradle within those basket chains.