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  1. Brandt Snedaker still has his old 20 years old Odyssey mallet in his bag,There has to be a reason for this .? I have met a guy with a "Heavy Putter" brand making excellent long puts.Good for.him.not for me ...the best would be to have 20 to 30 different models lenght and gripwise ,then put all day long to finally stick to one among them.. Science has not proven me anything yet abou microhindge,or elastomer inserts stuff etc...it doesn't come with a usage instructions booklet . Guidance is from up above I think.
  2. Great call NC ... Thanks! we all need scoop like this.
  3. Posture and stance is very important at 60 of age we naturally bending a little lower our spine is aging and we have to find our proper comfortable positioning with less effort ,ingured knees, back problems,,eyes sight and on and in senior golf is quiet different ask Bernarhd Langert he had to adjust for sure at least once in his career.You sit well you sleep well doctor's might suggest but on a green a good reading of the slopes and the speed of the ball has to be the first key elements to focus on in my point of view.
  4. Sorry for being late to answer you guys but I was very busy...
  5. Faces are funny these days ,sound and roll *systemic *to say ,it does this it does that bla blah blah .....it's ok if you beleive in it ,but in other end ,if you are in sudden death and the guy as the same distance as yours, and he has a gamer in his hands and has confidence the famous " five inches " most arguable imaginative distance to win a match ,is wath measure between our ears.Take 5 ! By the way thank you all of you guys for reading my post...love this sport as much as you do...
  6. This to say my gamer is.....roll drums.....This old Daiwa Toe balance. Swan neck is not bothering my up hill view at address. I also got a NOS Ping Answer 3 slight Arc toe balance still the closest .It is a very good feel but at 36" it is a little to long for me from short put aiming at the hole . This being said ,I have to admit that these Pings are of very good feel for those who like to ear the click of the ball..
  7. On fast green with a slight arc path the method is of no use for me ,can't control slope with curved puts reading. In other hand I use the pro balance Daiwa same lenght for speed control and a better reading.
  8. Fernand 89 mph Wilson staff Titanium Low Spin balls Tour
  9. I own a Nike Method 005 mallet with a 303 precision milled bloc ,but my gamer is a old Daiwa Probalance 8511 blade, Now here some pics of few other models , Your thought on them are welcome.. A Goliath 3 balls, Mizuno blade Taylormade Tc1 Daiwa
  10. Fernand Quebec,Canada 11 hdcp Adams Super S with KBS tour 90 steel shafts Carry 150 Thanks
  11. Mr.Duchesne /Canada Scottsdale Answer 2 strong arc 35" inches 11
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  13. Hi Ben's I had a go to putter when I was in my 20s ,it was a "A" blade from Ping cut to 33 ,I could put from anywhere and do magics I got rid of it 12 years ago ,and only found my gamer 2 weeks ago ,guest wath it is still from Ping it is a Scotsdale answer 2 from 2010,11 model. Today I am 59 just learned how to rollover my ball using this " strong arc " path Scotsdale with a uptight 35" inches getting much older ,after trying so many models ,from big brands like Cameron select ,Odyssey pro, Taylormade ghost etc....,and it is very difficult without being properly fit from our stroke path, Ping has a really good free fitting on their site call " Ping flighweb " it really worked for me.
  14. Finaly it a 100% real....it was a quick verdict by Cameron experts Side by Side this model came out in 2010 and still be made today. Case is now close. Thanks to everyone.
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