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  1. Center-Truss-Specific Pros: 1. The center-positioned truss frames the ball at address, creating confidence that the ball is well-positioned for a center strike 2. Extremely stable in back-stroke through impact General Pros: 1. Look of a blade at address, weight and feel of a mallet 2. One of the few center-shafted putter options for lefties 3. Pure Roll insert feels like butter Potential Cons: 1. Unconventional looks (not at address, however) 2. Relatively skinny grip 3. Face-balanced, so ideal for straight back and through strokes Having used the Toulon Las Vegas for the past year, I felt it was time for a change. For the last few months, I have been unable to control the face through impact. I began testing putters, and I decided a center-shafted putter felt the best. Unfortunately, as a lefty, CS putters are few and far between, especially ones available to test. Luckily, I happened upon the Taylormade Truss TB2 at 35” with 10g toe and heel weights. I specifically chose the TB2 model because it was a blade and because the truss is located towards the center of the head. Initially, I assumed this would only benefit stability and smoothness of stroke, but the real benefit I have found is the way the truss frames the ball at address. Here is an example: With respect to the MGS Most Wanted Blade 2020 results, I was surprised that the Truss TB2 performed so poorly at 10ft. My personal experience has been improved accuracy from 5, 10 and 20 feet, and I have decreased my three putts from 7.3 to 4.9 per round since switching to the TB2. Before discounting the Truss TB2 based on how it looks on the shelf, I would highly recommend testing it on a proper putting green. For me, it indeed looks like a blade at address, but it has the added benefit of the truss increasing stability and framing the ball.
  2. Official Forum Member Review MLA Tour XDream Putters Submitted for your approval, our testers and their reviews: Jmikecpa Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Cksurfdude Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 TSauer Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Dave73nl Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 flynn_rozza Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3
  3. OFFICIAL FORUM MEMBER REVIEWS BETTINARDI PUTTERS glenmore5 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 ole gray Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Divothead Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 BDubya23 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3
  4. Please join me in congratulating: chemclub - Indianapolis S GregB135 - Rossie Just Another Lefty - 7s Camcmart - 7s _____________________________________ (4) TESTERS WANTED!! Odyssey EXO Putters So how's your putting been this season? That good, huh? Well, here's a late season MGS Review Opportunity that might just give your putting a bit of a boost. TESTERS WANTED: Putting is eminently personal, yet high technical. We want to believe it's all about looks and feel, but there's plenty of data to suggest it's technology that helps you sink more putts. Odyssey's EXO line of putters features six models that Odyssey says will give you MOI levels like you've never seen, and a new White Hot Microhinge face insert for a better roll and a sound and feel to die for. But will it all help you sink more putts? For that, we need four of you to test, review and keep an Odyssey EXO. (Open to any avid golfer who calls the US or Canada home) HOW TO APPLY: As you know, we take our Forum Member Testing very seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so please read this instructions VERY carefully and apply ONLY in this thread (applying in the comments section of the blog, while a nice gesture, doesn't count). To apply, please tell us: First name/home state or province Current putter Your choice of EXO model (check Odyssey's website for options) We'll be announcing our testers in this thread next week, so make sure to check back to see if you've been selected. Good luck!
  5. It's time to get the putter blood flowing. Over the next five days, I will be revealing the contestants for this year's Most Wanted Mallet Putter. We have 24 putters from some big name, and some small name companies. These putters truly come in all shapes and sizes. It's time to pick your favorites! Here are the first five: Bellum Winmore Midi Prototype Mallet Bettinardi BB32 Bettinardi BB32-CB Bettinardi BB55 Bettinardi BB55-CB
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