The P Model US works in to be a wonderfully smooth flyer with a nice understable touch. While its substantial glide will be apparent from the first throw, the P Model US will start with more of a straight flight that is easily manipulated by putting the disc on whichever angle you want it to follow. As it becomes seasoned, that understandable flight will become more noticeable for those effortless controlled turnovers and hyzerflip shots that finish soft and straight. It will also work well on the green thanks to its glide, offering an option at both short and long range when putting.
P Model discs are made for accuracy at close range while offering elite glide and comfort in the hand. These discs will help you find a go-to for short drives, approaches, and putts.
Our BaseGrip plastic offers a tactile feel for a sure grip every time you reach for it. It finds a great balance between stiffness and the ability to wear-in to perfection. BaseGrip plastic provides a cost-effective option without sacrificing on quality and performance in all weather conditions.
I have been using the P Model S since it came out and wanted to try the US for a throwing putter. I love the way it flies even when it's brand new. That's a big reason I love the P Model BaseGrip model, they work fabulously right out of the box when I get them.
Try a friend's putter love it now I have my own
I have been a PA-4 thrower for a hot minute I have every plastic from beat-in 300 to like-new 750...and I LOVE them for putting and throwing of straight to understable lines. I was so excited to pick up a couple BG PmUS putters to see the hype. Here are my thoughts...
1. They glide WAY MORE than the PA-4, both during throws and especially putts (you'll need to aim lower or slow your pace)
2. They are shallower and typically come out of my hand faster than my PA-4 (I have to aim further right than I typically do on putts)
3. With a thinner profile and harder plastic, they have more of a tendency to cut through the chains on 15-20' putts (I putt with heavy spin and pace)
4. They, in new condition, fly overall stable with a slight high-speed turn and slight low-speed fade (similar to a used 350G PA-3)
5. If I want to manipulate the flight, I can use my own angle control (easy-to-throw on various angles to get various flights)
I throw my PA-4s flat and they'll turnover and hold that line to the ground, while these slightly turnover then come back to flat and finish straight. If you want a more rounded, slightly shallower putter than the PA-4, you need to try the PmUS. If you want an unbeaded, slightly more understable PmS, you need to try the PmUS. If you have smaller hands and/or want throwing a putter to feel more like throwing a mid, you need to try the PmUS. I'm trying to work this into my bag as my throwing putter to replace a beat-in 350G PA-3 and compliment my PmS....and it just might do it sooner rather than later.