Best MVP, Axiom, and Streamline Putting Putters

Best MVP, Axiom, and Streamline Putting Putters

Welcome all Gyronauts to our picks for the best MVP, Axiom, and Streamline putters to use inside the circles! We've pulled together the molds most suited to putting, and have done our best to highlight the key features of each disc. Our goal is to help you find the MVP Disc Sports putter that best matches your personal preferences on the green!

Looking for the best MVP, Axiom, and Streamline Throwing Putters?

MVP's Baseline Plastic

Electron is MVP's baseline plastic. It's best to look for putters in Electron because it offers more grip than any other MVP plastics.

Electron Plastic Review

All MVP plastic types compared.

Electron is made in 3 levels of flex, soft, medium, and firm. You should also keep in mind that discs can have different flight numbers when made in Electron compared to the same mold in premium plastics like Proton.

What Makes a Good Putting Putter?

This almost entirely comes down to your personal preference. The most important variables are as follows.

  • Feel in the hand.
  • Depth
  • Glide
  • Flight path

We'll cover these points in our writing on each disc below. This guide is the missing piece of the puzzle to you finding the perfect MVP putter!

The Gyro Effect for Putting

MVP's Gyro overmold is a breakthrough in disc golf technology! It allows for weight to be taken from the flight plate, and distributed to the rim! This in turn generates spin, leading to further flights!

When it comes to putting this extra spin will help you to sink longer putts effortlessly!

Some players don't enjoy the feel of an overmold when they're putting. If you have the same problem check out the Streamline putters, they don't have an overmold.

Best MVP Putters for Putting

MVP has a wide range of putters that have been banging chains for years! We've pulled the best of them onto this list. Note that the focus is on putters that perform on the green, not throwing putters.

Shop for MVP putters here.

MVP Atom

Flight Ratings - Speed: 3, Glide: 3, Turn: -0.5, Fade: 0



The Atom is a long-time favorite of many MVP fans! It's incredibly straight with a small fade at the finish allowing you to point and shoot.

The Atom is on the shallow side of average depth and is based on the Envy's inner core! The mold has a beadless and comfortable rim, instilling confidence!

MVP Anode

Flight Ratings - Speed: 2.5, Glide: 3, Turn: 0, Fade: 0



The Anode is another beadless, and dead straight putter from MVP! It's very similar to the Atom in rim depth and flight. If you're serious in your search for the perfect putter we recommend you get both and use the one that feels best!


Flight Ratings - Speed: 2, Glide: 5, Turn: 0, Fade: 1



The Ohm is the Gyro version of the Streamline Pilot! It's a little deeper than the Atom and Anode, but has significantly more glide! You can expect this to fly straight with a touch of fade at the end of your putt.

The only downside to the Ohm is that it is not made in Electron! If you enjoy putting with premium plastic discs don't let it hold you back. You can get the Ohm in Neutron which has great grip for a premium plastic!


Flight Ratings - Speed: 2.5, Glide: 3, Turn: 0, Fade: 1



The Ion is MVP's stable putter with a bead. You can expect it to travel straight with a subtle fade at the end of the flight. It's slightly deeper than any other putter we've covered thus far in the list.

You will want to avoid these if you are not a fan of beaded putting putters. If you are a fan you may have just found the putter of your dreams!

MVP Nomad

Flight Ratings - Speed: 2, Glide: 4, Turn: 0, Fade: 1



The MVP Nomad was created as a putter for James Conrad. He loves it for its straight flight in circle 1 and the touch of fade from circle 2!

It has a fairly average putter depth and is beadless. We can't guarantee that the Nomad will have you putting as well as JC, but it's a step in the right direction!

Best Axiom Putters for Putting

Shop for Axiom putters here.

While there are currently five putters in Axiom's line, we selected only two for this list. The Envy is preferred for driving, the Pitch is very deep, and the Tempo is designed for forehand approaches. This left us with the Pixel and the Proxy.

Simon Lizotte Pixel

Flight Ratings - Speed: 2, Glide: 5, Turn: 0, Fade: 0.5







James Conrad got the Nomad and now Simon Lizotte gets the Pixel! These are specifically designed with a ton of glide to suit Simon's effortless putting style!

The Pixel features a deep profile with a small micro bead. It's straight and finishes with a small dependable fade. In the 2024 Music City Open Simon barely missed a putt from inside the circle, and was sinking 70 footers with his new Pixels!

Axiom Proxy

Flight Ratings - Speed: 3, Glide: 3.5, Turn: -1, Fade: 0.5



The Proxy shares the popular Envy's inner core. While most love the Proxy as a driving putter it also pleasantly surprises on the green! It's straight, average depth, and hits the sweet spot for glide!

Best Streamline Discs Putters for Putting

Streamline discs currently only have two putters in their lineup. The Stabilizer is an overstable, and more suited to drives and approaches. That left us with the "old favorite" Pilot!

Shop for Streamline Discs putters here.

Streamline Discs Pilot

Flight Ratings - Speed: 2, Glide: 5, Turn: -1, Fade: 1



One of the two putters available in the Streamline range, the Pilot is held dear to many players! It's a classic putter with a comfortable rounded rim. It has an average depth, a small bead, and a flat top. The straight flight means you can aim right for the pole!

Take control of your putting and Pilot your putts into the basket!


MVP Disc Sports has a solid range of putters with a disc to fit any player's personal preference. This can sometimes make it hard to choose the right one! We hope that this guide points you in the right direction!

Another bonus is that all of these discs are sweet off the tee! Who knows, you may end up finding your new favorite throwing putter!

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