Kastaplast K1 Berg Putter Golf Disc



The Berg is a slow and stable putter, designed for short drives and approaches as well as fearless putts.

The Berg can be trusted not to hover far passed the basket even on windy days. What characterizes Berg when thrown off tee is its good high speed stability, without a very hard fade, a combination that makes this disc easy to shape various lines with.

Berg features an ergonomic grip. The thumb track on Berg was designed to be prominent on the top side while not being noticeable at the bottom, which makes it feel very different from any other putter. Feel the Berg-difference and go for the chains!

Berg is Swedish for mountain. Steady as a rock!

Manufacturer's Flight Ratings:
Speed Glide Turn Fade
1 1 0 2

Joe's Universal Flight Chart:
1.5 0 +2 1
Weight Range:

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Michael P.
Great Utility Disc, for what it is for...

I really love my Berg. Admittedly I do not use it on every hole. It is a specialty odisc in my opinion. However; it is a specialty disc that comes in handy fairly often. Have a fear of long down hill putts or death putts with a large drop off or water behind and close to the basket? This is your savior. This disc flies straight as the flight ratings suggest. But it does not want to fly. Really, it doesn't want to skip, slide or roll either. Any time you want a disc to just fall out of the air and stick to the ground near the basket on a straight approach inside 150 feet this disc is it. This disc is soley responsible for knocking 2-3 shots off my round on trickier courses. I haven't felt the need to use it much at all on beginner and intermediate courses. But the next time you face a death putt at a tester or layup distance you are going to wish you had this disc. It does need to be thrown a little harder than your other putters because it just wants to fall out of the air. But then again if flying past, rolling past, skipping past the basket leaving a tester or worse happens to you more than once or twice a round... Berg.
Michael P.
Holland, MA