Discraft Challenger OS

2 products

    2 products
    Discraft Big Z Challenger OS (Ledgestone) 170g-172g Orange-ish w/Jellybean Stamp
    Discraft Big Z Challenger OS (Ledgestone) 170g-172g Purple w/Pink Flowers Stamp
    Discraft Big Z Challenger OS (Ledgestone)
    Discraft Putter Blend Challenger OS 172g Berry w/Holo Stars Stamp
    Discraft Putter Line Challenger OS 174g Blue w/Rainbow Shatter Stamp
    Discraft Putter Line Challenger OS

    Discraft Challenger OS Flight Numbers

    • Speed: 2
    • Glide: 3
    • Turn: 0
    • Fade: 3

    Beginner Friendly?: Yes, but with a slight learning curve

    Disc Type: Putter

    Stability: Overstable

    Plastic: Crazy Tuff (CT), Pro-D, Putter Line, Jawbreaker

    Shot Types: Throwing putter, headwind throws, weaving forehand approaches, hyzer putts

    Discraft Challenger OS Review

    Introducing the Discraft Challenger OS, an outstanding addition to Discraft's putter lineup! With 13+ years of playing and testing disc golf discs, I can confidently say that this putter has met and exceeded far beyond my expectations.

    As a more overstable, flat-topped version of the popular Challenger, the Challenger OS excels in driving, headwind throws, weaving forehand approaches, and Garrett Gurthie-style hyzer putts.

    With flight numbers of 2 / 3 / 0 / 3, it has just the right amount of stability without becoming a meat hook.

    I've always enjoyed putting with Challengers, Roaches, and Lunas, but the Challenger OS adds that extra touch of glide and stability I've been craving. And while the Challenger OS has a slightly deeper feel, it's still comfortable for players with medium to larger sized hands.

    The Challenger OS isn't your typical overstable putter. Its bead is slightly larger than a microbead, making it more like an overstable Challenger SS with a bead (lol). It's stable enough not to flip but retains the glide you'd expect from a workhorse putter.

    Personal experience has taught me not to judge the Challenger OS by its name alone. It's certainly stable, but not as overstable as I initially expected. In fact, I found it suitable for 30-40 foot putts, providing better glide and more confidence inside circle 1.

    As a fan of beaded putters, I must say that the Challenger OS delivers on both performance and feel. It's comparable to popular putters like the Judge or Wizard when used for putting, making it an excellent choice for anyone seeking a reliable overstable putter.

    The Discraft Challenger OS is a fantastic putter option for those who need a touch more stability without sacrificing glide. With its ideal balance of features and exceptional feel, the Challenger OS should be at the top of your list when choosing a new Discraft putter. 

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