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  1. Agreed. One of the things we are doing on our side being an online company is taking photos at address and face on with the ball so you can get a feel for the perportions. 

    Yes, we have our own mills in the shop so you could do zero offset if you want that milled. I’ll track down the heel to toe number for you. 

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  2. 4 hours ago, cnosil said:

    Interested in seeing what you will be doing with mallets; I know you have the bandit already.   Saw that you have 3 new models of putters available soon,  any insight on what the shapes will be?

    Nothing too abrasive, as you may notice we kinda dig simplicity and clean lines. The one we have in the works now has a good amount of surface area to look down at, lots of geometry to be very target oriented and some adjustable weight on the sides. First one we have done in multi material and we think it will be a very welcome design in a crowded space of pretty wild looking mallets 

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  3. 4 hours ago, cnosil said:

    Interested in seeing what you will be doing with mallets; I know you have the bandit already.   Saw that you have 3 new models of putters available soon,  any insight on what the shapes will be?

     

    5 hours ago, KCLeo12 said:

    Congrats. I was a big fan of the Ringo during the testing and at 350 grams it would have been in the bag. I am gonna take a look at the new offerings.


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    Very cool, new line has a much more traditional weight, thinned the top line down on the Ringo, sharpened the bumpers.  Overall felt like the Ringo and the Holliday needed to be more distinct from each other, here is a shot of it in shiny black oxide. Production model will be stainless 

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  4. Working on a site overhaul, some model names have changed. We do have the masterson out, heal weighted blade available on the builder and finished putters ready to ship, will have a mid mallet type and another thinner blade model. Excited for our Carbondale - long neck Holiday limited release. 

  5. 37 minutes ago, blackngold_blood said:

    I agree the logo is sweet. Any thoughts on a mallet design? Just spit balling off the top of my head here but say a mini Indianapolis style with the short single bend shaft that mimics a flow neck with the indigo finish, a satin shaft, and a Golf Pride Tour SNSR Contour Pro grip playing 32" and weighing 380-400 grams! emoji848.pngemoji16.png

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    Not that you have thought about it at all....

    got some mallets coming, I’ll perhaps that will be the next post! 

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  6. 2 minutes ago, PlaidJacket said:

    I too like the look of the putter. I'd personally want a different hosel/neck but I like the look of the head.

    You need to be able to publicize at some point; the name of the Pro using your putter. Even without a contract or any money. If you give the guy a putter and put all the work and effort into for him he's got to throw you a bone. Win-win.

    I know him pretty well, I’m sure he would be glad to support it just playing it safe for now. Believe me if we get some TV time we will freak out and post it everwhere lol. 

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  7. 3 hours ago, perseveringgolfer said:

    Welcome to MGS forums. You will enjoy it here, probably the best forum on Planet Earth.

    Nice looking putter- reminds me a bit of the evnroll 2.2 (not sure if it's that one) but short of coming out with a head shaped like the Star ship enterprise it must be difficult not to look similar to other manufacturers.......it's worked well for Scotties😉

    If I fully understand your post, you have a known tour player gaming your ringo- congratulations, is that for all events? I'll look out for it, maybe one of our spies will be able to shed more light.

    Should have included more details.. so there is no commitment, we just have a good shot at the bag. There is no money or contracts exchanging hands. We overnighted the putters to him yesterday. It may not be realistic to be in this week but feel optimistic we have a chance. 

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  8. 45 minutes ago, Peterpc2828 said:

    I’m a big fan of Carbon, bought the Ringo 1/4 when MGS made it best blade a few years back, I even sent it back to Carbon to get re finished and have you guys put the Bullet in the chamber for me and I still game it. Great looking putter you have there, I saw you guys post this on IG a few days back, I really like the look. Nice to have you hear enjoy!


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    Really appreciate you taking a chance on us and still gaming it.

     

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  9. 50 minutes ago, fozcycle said:

    Welcome to My Golf Spy, CarbonPutters. Your pics depict a very clean look. Can you expound on the slot design?


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    Sure I’ll do my best. The line you see on the bottom goes about 2/3 depth of the putter face. They have been called floating faces or sound slots.  Most do this for a louder sound feedback. The slot we cut is twice the width as Normal and we we’re looking to do that to loose weight because the player did not want to change the fundamental geometry of the head. 

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  10. I saw it at Bandon also and it looked awesome, hopefully, someone will chime in and say if it is any good. Looked quality in person and probably would have purchased it but how am I going to get two bags in the travel case? Always found it funny that destination courses sell golf bags - but I guess some have the ability to just trash their old one. I am between this one and the stitch but I am leaning towards this one because of  the dual strap. 

  11. What's up MGS - this is James from Carbon - Wanted to join up and contribute. Not really sure if I will be accepted here because I am one of the three founders of Carbon Putters - But, thought I would give it a try. If I get kicked out, no big deal. Not here to self promote, I know this is one of the spots my fellow golf degenerates dwell and thought I would join up. 

     

    1. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? Started playing competitive at 9, not long after I started playing at all. My handicap is a +1, I play my home course great, so my handicap does not travel all that well though. 

    2. What do you love about golf? Mostly the friends made, the relationships built. I even married a cart girl!  I like practicing just as much as playing. It's a great escape now, it used to be my competitive outlet. 

    3. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies? I do know some spies! Got to meet Tony at a Nike industry event, Got to know Barbajo at that same event. Known Adam even before he revealed his identity. Recently met Chis. Kinda strange, the forum members I know are from being our valued customers at Carbon -  but have had a chance to get to know a few of the people who work so hard on the site. 

    4. Where are you from? What is your home course? I am from Denver, grew up playing South Suburban GC. Public course rat. Fortunate to have played in the CGA for years who books some really nice courses in Colorado. 

    5. What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? Pretty short season really, the weather is better than you would think but the course conditions are not awesome for all that long. Denver is honestly not that great of a golf town if we are being honest, it is really expensive to play for not the highest quality of tracks. Best thing is the lack of humidity, can play when it is really hot and not be that miserable. 

    6. What do you do for a living? Sell metal

    7. How’d you pick your user name? Well... 

     
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