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The Axiom Soft Proxy in Electron plastic is a fantastic slightly understable putter. Putting with the Proxy is just aim at the chains and push or spin it in. This disc is a fantastic choice for both amateur players and pros. If you're looking for a disc that can help with soft turnover shots under 200 feet, the Proxy is a great choice for those as well.
The flight path of the Proxy is very straight if you use it as a putter. You can expect a putt that's not going to move side to side like stable putters. It's great for spin putters and for push putters. The further out you look to putt with the Proxy the more you'll see that little bit of turn it offers. As an approach disc you can throw it softly and at about 75 to 100 feet you'll notice the turn it has. The Proxy is a great woods disc when you want something slow that holds a little anny flight line.
Soft Electron plastic from Axiom discs is very grippy and a baseline blend. You want this disc to have those little dings and nicks in the edges so it helps you grip it better, and to catch more chains. These discs can get flippy on hot days or when they hit too many trees. It's why they're inexpensive compared to other plastics.
The Soft Electron Proxy from Axiom is a great choice for players of all skill levels. If you're putting with the Proxy, you'll be banging chains.