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  1. Which putting stroke is for you? A. or B. We enjoy sharing this video and getting everyone thoughts on it. Share your thoughts below and tell us which one is for you and why? (video of a 10 ft putt)
  2. Hi all, I'm doing a fitting for a L.A.B. Golf putter next week, I'm mostly leaving towards the Mezz or Mezz max. Just wanted to ask anyone who has done a fitting what to look out for and ask? Thanks!
  3. I’ve been using the claw/pencil method of gripping my putter for several years. Ive tried all sorts of ways to take my wrists out of the equation from left hand low, long shafts, etc. I know there are a variety of grips out there and have experimented with many of them from the giant SuperStroke to Evnrolls gravity grip. But I did not know there was something specific for us claw grippers until recently. I’ve got the SuperStroke to the right of a well worn Evnroll Gravity Grip for comparison. I don’t think the Evnroll is oversized in any meaningful way. But I show both to demonstrate the thickness of the SS so you can see how it’s thinner shape fits into the crook of your hand between thumb and forefinger. It’s flat top/front flat is then wider/thicker as your fingers rest on it. Just like it was made to be held that way… I really like it, and wish I’d known about it before. When I went thru my putter fitting at CC he offered it as a suggestion, and though it felt weird at the time (and did for the first practice session) I thought I’d give it a go. It has the SS counterweight in it - I liked that extra weight in the Evnroll gravity grip so I thought that would keep some consistent feel. Because I’m an Arccos user I needed the adapter for the putter sensor. Since putting it into play I’ve seen two thing: first I’ve reduced the pull to the left - now that is likely attributable to the neck of the putter and the whole reason for the fitting and new weapon, but it’s part of the package. Second, I’ve gained .6 strokes SG - again, the neck and the fact that my short game SG has improved as well. But it clearly isn’t having a negative effect. I like the feel of it and that my hand stays parallel to my target line. Can’t be anything else. So if you are a Claw gripper you might want to take a look
  4. Message or comment with any questions 1. JR Cobra ltdx max 12* driver with two cobra jr shafts and head weight. Headcover included. Cobra connect device grip. amazing shape played very little by a scratch jr - $275 2. Ping ProdiG driver jr Ferrule spacer missing does not effect performance. No headcover - $100 See less 3. tour ad dj-6s 3 wood shaft -$85 4. SOLD Cobra vintage nova 40 putter mint shape. -$125 SOLD 5. grey scotty cameron new takeoff from a phantom 11.5. -$55
  5. Barely used. 34 inches, right handed. Stock grip, loft, lie angle. Sticker still on shaft. Selling because I'm more of a mallet guy. $250+ shipping (out of California). Bought in 2019 and pretty much just sat in closet. Open to trade for Evnroll ER8v (short plumber hosel), or a 2022 Phantom X 5.5, 9.5 or 11.5.
  6. $160 + shipping (your choice). I bought this putter brand new, tried it on my Wellputt mat, then put it in the rack. My Scotty Futura 5M has become a permanent putter in my bag, so…
  7. Dave's Putter Profile: The Miura KM-009 "This classic toe-weighted design proves it is possible to match looks with performance." -Hoyt McGarity, President of Miura Golf. Miura Makes Great Irons (and Putters!) Since I've actually never owned a set of Miura irons (sadness), I'm actually going with a bit of faith on the first part of that title above. However, I've never met a person who has bemoaned anything about Miura irons. OK, so maybe I've heard some grumblings about price, which is why I don't own a set of them, but I have never heard anyone talk trash about the irons themselves. I do have first hand experience with Miura putters though, and to a putter, the build quality has been exceptional. Putters for Miura Golf are not just haphazardly produced to fill that fourteenth spot in the bag. They are a legit Miura product, and they live up to the Miura name. For reference, you can read my takes on the KM-007 and the KM-008 putters by clicking those links. Today, we are going to take a closer look at the newest Miura Golf putter model, the KM-009. "Although putters aren't our core focus, the Miura family has never attached their name to any product that did not live up to their extremely high standards." -Hoyt McGarity, President of Miura Golf. The KM-009 is not a Cameron 009 Let's get the potential elephant out of the way first. Some of you leading the putter-obsessed lifestyle are well aware that Scotty Cameron makes a 009 model as well. The Miura KM-009 is in no way intended to mirror that putter at all. In this case, KM-009 just happens to be the next number in the putter naming sequence. You saw the KM-007 and KM-008 numbers above, right? Though both the Cameron 009 and the Miura KM-009 are heel-toe-weighted blades, when you look at the putters, you'll quickly see that their common ancestor was a while back on the putter tree of life. These are cousins, not twins. With that out of the way, let's explore the looks and play of the KM-009. Looks The KM-009 is a classic in the looks category. I love the lines of this putter at address. Though the topline is rolled, it still has that overall rectangular profile that I like to see behind the ball. The one thing that stands out is the thickness of the topline. Here is a shot next to my Vault Anser 2 so you can see just how much thicker the top of the KM-009 is in comparison. This thicker topline is one of those putter visual elements that some of you will like, and some of you will not like. I had one friend tell me that the thicker top makes it appear closed to him. I don't get that, but the point is that these little visual tweaks will affect each of us a little differently. The white chrome finish is a bright one in full sun, but not to the point of needing to only look at it indirectly like a high polished stainless finish would require. You are not going to get Twilight-vampire sparkle with the sun overhead, but this finish is a bright one for sure. In terms of precision, the milling on this putter is pretty darn spectacular. I know that zero Miura fans are shocked at this, but even so, the tightness of the milling really stands out. I love that they have mixed in a bit of flair on the bottom with the giant logo. Most of the putter is subtle; then the bottom gives you BAM. Love that design element. The milled lines on the back corners are a cool aesthetic touch as well. Performance The KM-009 gave me a bit of a surprise on the course. I anticipated the feel being a bit heavy for my tastes, and it was a bit heavy feeling during the swing. No fault to Muira there, of course. My preferred head weight is around 345g, and the KM-009 weighs in at 360g. The extra weight does make it very stable during the swing, but I just like it a bit lighter. Again, you may go the exact opposite of me on this, preferring the feel of a heavier head. One aspect of play that sent me back to the spec sheet was the firmness of impact. In a blind taste test, I probably would have said that the KM-009 was made of stainless steel. It's not. The KM-009 is made of mild (carbon) steel, but it feels firmer at impact than what I usually associate with carbon steel. It's carbon though. I did the magnet test to be sure... The firmness culprit is likely that thick front section. There is a bunch of mass behind the ball at impact, this likely imparting that thicker/firmer feeling at impact. It's a thunker, not a clicker. The firmness is coming from mass, and not metal. Those of you who have rolled the thick-fronted Kronos Touch would know what to expect from the KM-009. Once you get used to the impact feel, you'll see that the overall feedback is excellent. You can definitely pick up the differences when the ball hits various parts of the face. Just play some dead-off-the-toe putts on those short downhillers, and you will feel how the KM-009 lets you know where the ball hit the face. All in all, the performance and play of the KM-009 is old school. It relies on shape and metal to roll the ball as opposed to modern materials and fancy groove technologies. It is probably not a putter that will make you immediately better on the greens once you roll it. This is more of a long-term relationship putter. You spend time with it, roll balls with it, discover its nuances, and with the investment in discovery, you will likely find that you have developed an effective putting relationship with this finely-crafted flatstick. And the price... Here is where things get crazy. The price on the KM-009 is only $400! Wild stuff there, right? Now before you frugal crusaders attack your keyboards, think about the fact that most premium putters in the market today are above $300, with the new 2018 Scotty Cameron Select line also costing $400. Like it or not, that's what these putters run these days. I actually thought that the KM-009 would cost more. Miura irons are expensive after all, and the KM-008 was priced at $450... The thing is, I have a feeling that this putter will be exactly what some golfers are looking for in a market that has not satisfied their needs. Some putterheads are not happy that the last few lines of Camerons have had the face insert, as opposed to being fully milled. The KM-009 is forged mild steel, through and through. Nothing but milled metal here. Milled putter purists should welcome this one with open arms. Miura Golf is known for making some of the finest forged irons in golf. Why would their putters be any different? Hopefully you have a Miura dealer near you so you can check out the Miura KM-009 first hand. If you've never rolled one of their putters before, you are in for a treat.
  8. Titleist Introduces New Scotty Cameron Phantom X Putters Next Evolution of Mallet Line Offers New Tour-inspired Designs for 2022 CARLSBAD, Calif. (March 22, 2022) – Building upon the success and momentum of Phantom X mallets on the PGA Tour – highlighted by the historic putting performance of 2021 Player of the Year Patrick Cantlay – Scotty Cameron introduces the next evolution of the Phantom X family, bringing the most in-demand mallet shapes from the Tour to golfers everywhere. With seven new models available on April 15 in golf shops worldwide, and three additional models arriving on June 17, the 2022 Phantom X mallet putter lineup features entirely new head shapes and updates to popular models. The putters also feature a new textured grip, new graphics and premium styling. Tour-preferred milled 303 stainless steel face construction carries through to nearly every new model. Expanding on the overwhelming response to the March 2021 Phantom X line extension designs and their adoption by tour professionals, Scotty has updated the Phantom X 5 and 5.5 putters, redesigned the Phantom X 7 and 7.5 models, and created the brand-new Phantom X 9 and 9.5, all of which will be available in April with an updated Phantom X 12. The new Phantom X 11 and 11.5 will be released in June 2022 with a straight-shafted Phantom X 5s, as well. These new mallets complete a 10-putter Phantom X lineup that promises to be the most compelling family of Scotty Cameron high-tech, high-performance mallets to date. QUOTING SCOTTY CAMERON: “Each time I develop a line of putters, the new models go into the hands of the best players in the world. From Tour players, we get critical insight into what works for them – what they are looking for – both overall and specifically. From the type of neck configurations to topline thickness, to the sound and feel from the various types of materials and metal we use, professionals know what they want. And I’ve always taken my design cues from what the best in the world demand. With these new Phantom X mallets, I have the benefit of the past few years of input from players and a line that’s already established on Tour. The 2022 Phantom X mallets feature the ‘greatest hits’ of what we’ve developed - the solid stainless-steel faces, the new necks, the new shapes - rolled out in high-end, premium precision milled mallets designed to inspire us all to play better. I believe there’s a putter in this line that will appeal to just about every mallet player.” 2022 PHANTOM X TECHNOLOGY: Each new 2022 Phantom X putter is an integration of steel and aluminum, with nine of the 10 models engineered specifically with a solid, precision-milled 303 stainless steel face and body that’s expertly fused with a 6061 aircraft grade aluminum sole and flange component. The new Phantom X 12 employs an aluminum face/sole with stainless steel wings for maximum MOI, while its slimmed down flange section and extended alignment create a longer-looking, easier-to-aim update to the prior model. • SOLID STAINLESS STEEL FACE/BODY CONSTRUCTION: Precision milled in the United States from a block of solid 303 stainless steel, the new Phantom X 5, 5.5, 5s, 7, 7.5, 9, 9.5, 11 and 11.5 models were designed with a solid stainless steel face that is carried through to the body/wings and integrated with an aluminum sole/flange component for performance and playability with consistent sound and soft feel. • PRECISION MILLED, TOUR-INSPIRED SHAPES: Designed with feedback from touring professionals - and validated with multiple victories around the world in 2021 - the new 2022 Phantom X mallets further express player preferences with features like precision milled solid stainless steel faces, sleek putter head profiles, refined alignment cues, high durability finishes, and specific shaft and neck configurations. • SHAFT/NECK CONFIGURATIONS: The refreshed Phantom X 11.5 will continue to feature a low-bend stepless steel shaft installed over a milled topline spud, while the updated Phantom X 7.5 and all-new Phantom X 9.5 will employ small slant/jet necks like the recently revamped Phantom X 5.5. The Phantom X 5, 7, 9, 11 and 12 models each have a stepless steel shaft engineered to minimize face rotation with a single mid-bend aimed directly down the target line. The summer-release Phantom X 5s has a straight stepless steel shaft installed near the center point of the topline with zero offset. 2022 PHANTOM X LINE MODELS: The new additions to the Phantom X line offer golfers multiple mallet options in 33", 34" and 35" lengths, each with one of four specific neck/shaft configurations: In Shops Spring 2022 – April 15 • Phantom X 5: Updated for 2022 with a new sole plate design and graphics, this Tour-proven, near-face balanced mid-mallet with a single bend shaft returns with a solid face configuration precision milled from 303 stainless steel, integrated with an updated aluminum sole plate and customizable stainless steel sole weights. • Phantom X 5.5: The small slant/jet neck setup inspired by Justin Thomas’ prototype gamer returns in the latest Phantom X 5.5. Its solid face/body configuration is precision milled from 303 stainless steel and integrated with the line’s updated aluminum sole plate and customizable stainless steel sole weights. Also available left-handed. • Phantom X 7: Completely updated for 2022 as a highly requested shape on Tour and introduced as the 2021 My Girl Limited, this angular wingback mallet with a single bend shaft and an integrated aluminum flange/sole component includes dual purpose alignment features, a solid milled stainless steel face and new sole plate design. Its long, sharp wings not only create alignment value but reposition weight farther back, increasing stability and MOI. • Phantom X 7.5: Identical to the Phantom X 7 but with a small slant/jet neck to promote slight toe flow, this all-new angular wingback mallet shape unveiled as the 2021 H21 Limited Proto has a solid milled stainless steel face with an integrated aluminum flange/sole component with enhanced alignment options in its longer, sharper wing design. • Phantom X 9: Sharing design attributes of the popular Phantom X 5 and 11 shapes, this all-new, near-face balanced compact high-MOI wingback mallet has a solid milled stainless steel face and wings integrated with a rounded 6061 aluminum flange-sole component for a unique profile with simple alignment cues, a “connected” or “solid” look at address, and modern appeal. • Phantom X 9.5: With its small slant/jet neck, this is the follow-up to the 2021 Phantom X 9.5 Triple Black Limited. This brand new high-MOI mallet has a solid milled stainless steel face carried through to the body/wings integrated with a 6061 aluminum sole-flange component for a unique profile with enhanced alignment features and toe flow. • Phantom X 12: Redesigned with an elongated single continuous alignment line and updated with a thinner mid-section profile and new graphics, the new Phantom X 12 has the highest MOI in the line. With its single mid-bend shaft, swept-back wings precision milled from 303 stainless steel and aluminum face/body, this mallet promotes forgiveness with its perimeter weighting and superior sound and feedback. Left-handed version also available. In Shops Summer 2022 – June 17 • Phantom X 5s: As part of the upcoming summer release, the popular Phantom X 5 wingback mid-mallet shape enters the line with a straight shaft and a milled topline sight line for players favoring a straight-back-straight-through putting stroke and zero offset. This straight shafted model has a solid milled stainless steel face, customizable sole weights and sports the line’s new precision milled aluminum sole plate design. • Phantom X 11: Updated with the 2022 Phantom X sole design and new graphics, the high-MOI face-balanced wingback Phantom X 11 arrives with a mid-bend shaft and a solid precision milled 303 stainless steel face, topline, body and wings integrated with an aluminum flange/sole component with simple alignment cues and customizable stainless steel sole weights. The new Phantom X 11 shares design similarities with the wingback Phantom X 12 and Phantom X 5, yet provides a new option in performance-oriented mallets for players seeking high MOI and stability in a more compact platform. • Phantom X 11.5: Identical to the Phantom X 11 except for its shaft configuration, the new 11.5 adds another compact mallet option to the high-tech Phantom X line. This high-MOI wingback mallet with a low-bend shaft for slight toe flow and a solid precision milled 303 stainless steel face, topline, body and wings integrated with an aluminum flange/sole component with simple alignment cues and customizable stainless steel sole weights features the line’s updated graphics and sole design. TOUR VALIDATION: The new Phantom X family got off to a fast start on the PGA Tour, as the champion of The American Express won the event playing a new Phantom X 7.5 model for the first time. He finished the week second in Strokes Gained: Putting (+6.402) while averaging 1.577 putts per green in regulation. “The first time he put it down, the putter just set up perfect for him,” said Scotty Cameron Tour Rep Drew Page. “He was really impressed how it sat on the ground, and thought it looked great. It’s been the same story for many players who’ve put Phantoms in play. ‘Man, this thing sets on the ground perfect. I really like the way it looks.’ He rolled a few putts with it on Tuesday, I just threw his grip on and it went into play.” Scotty Cameron is the winningest putter brand on the 2021-22 PGA Tour, with Scotty Cameron players already combining for nine victories. Last season, Patrick Cantlay recorded the Tour all-time putting performance at the BMW Championship with his Phantom X 5, gaining more strokes putting (+14.6) than any player in a single tournament since they began tracking the statistic in 2004. He made 537 feet of putts over the 72 holes of regulation, the longest of any player on the PGA TOUR this season by a margin of 30 feet. Cantlay added another 33 feet, 6 inches of putts in the playoff, putting him over 570 feet (longer than 1 ½ football fields) for the week. The following week, he won the Tour Championship, his fourth victory of the season, and the FedEx Cup. The current World No. 1 on the LPGA plays a Phantom X 5.5 – inspired by the Futura X 5.5 gamer that Justin Thomas has used to win 12 of his 13 PGA Tour titles. Max Homa (twice) and Garrick Higgo have each won on the PGA Tour playing Phantom X models, while C.T. Pan was one of two players to reach the podium in Tokyo last summer playing a Phantom X. Last season’s PGA TOUR Rookie of the year Will Zalatoris plays a Phantom X 11. PHANTOM X WEIGHTING & SHAFTS: Each new Phantom X putter features advanced stability weighting with two customizable stainless steel heel-toe weights and stepless steel shafts. NEW GRIPS: Each new Phantom X putter comes with an updated Pistolero Plus grip with a non-slip and decorative texture that, like its Pistolero Plus predecessors, has less taper in the low hand for the ideal combination of size, feel and feedback when paired with Phantom X mallet putters. FINISH & GRAPHICS: New 2022 Phantom X stainless steel putter heads all undergo Scotty’s silver mist process for a near-permanent, radiant, yet glare resistant, appearance and texture. The 6061 aircraft grade aluminum components have been misted and anodized black. Scotty’s familiar three-dot theme carries through to the back cavities of the Phantom X 5, 5.5, 5s, 7 and 7.5 as unpainted, raw circles milled into the stainless steel. The sight lines on the Phantom X 5, 5.5, 5s are painted black, while sight lines on the Phantom X 7 and 7.5 employ a combination of black and white lines. The Phantom 9, 9.5, 11, 11.5 and 12 models’ sight lines are accented in light gray. AVAILABILITY: The new Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5, 5.5, 7, 7.5, 9, 9.5, and 12 putter models will be available worldwide beginning April 15, 2022, through Titleist authorized golf shops. The new Phantom X 5s, 11 and 11.5 models will be available on June 17, 2022. MAP: $429 ON THE WEB: www.scottycameron.com
  9. Received this new as a gift from a local club pro about 5 years ago. Gamed for a few seasons but never fell in love with it so it sat the last two seasons. Good shape overall. Grip shows signs of use but still soft and there are a few small marks on the top from normal use that I tried to show in the close ups. Hoping to trade for a Bettinardi mallet-style (like the 45) putter. Would rather trade then sell, but since I have to put a price on it I'll say $275 shipped. If you are near Kansas City we can meet up instead of mailing. -SOLD
  10. NEW in Plastic - never used Tommy Armour Impact #2 Mallet Putter 35" with HC. Black Winn pistol grip. Never used, plastic still on head with $99.99 sales sticker on shaft. If you’d like a specific picture of something on the putter, please ask. $75 OBO PayPal or Venmo preferred, buyer and seller will split actual shipping 50/50
  11. Golfworks has released an interesting new counterbalance putter shaft under the Maltby line. The shaft is appears to be a heavy aluminum shaft on the butt end that transitions into steel for the final few inches. The stock shaft is 38" and the heavy aluminum portion represents 32" from the butt. According to Britt Lindsey's comments on the Maltby Forum, it appears the shaft is designed for putter heads ranging from approximately 360 - 390 grams but must be at least 350 grams to have any feel. The shaft itself weighs 265 grams which is considerably heavier than the roughly 130 gram standard putter shafts. I find this shaft to be intriguing and wonder if anyone has ordered one yet. I can't seem to find much else like it on the market but I'm sure it's not alone. Maybe it's a ripoff of something else out there but I can't seem to find much. There are the BGT Stability shafts but they don't seem to have the same weight to them and they cost around $300. I'm curious if anyone has any insights on these shafts. The idea of counterbalancing a putter using a shaft that distributes the weight more evenly through the length of the club than just shaft butt weights and heavy grips seems interesting.
  12. Found this absolutely beautiful Taylormade Cb.3 putter in a bag I bought off FB market. Does anyone have any information on what year it came out? I’ve tried googling but to no avail. Thanks in advance
  13. Anyone have any recommendations on where to get fitted for a putter in the Albany NY area? Shot a 90 with 42 Putts last week (obviously its all my equipment's fault)
  14. $60 putter was used to win the US Amateur. https://golf.com/gear/putters/garbage-putter-won-us-amateur-wall-to-wall/?fbclid=IwAR1uDUKE1EgS9_6yZvWQ-eOnQJzhLsh7WXT_dOEQTKbKj_Yjo2OW8Sn_H5U
  15. Used RH Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Newport 2 - 34" with original headcover. I completed the paint fill myself a couple of years ago, its orange and a clear orange color combo. I also installed the SuperStroke Wrist lock grip earlier this year, and it has probably 2 rounds on it, so its basically new. Putter is in pretty good shape for its age. Asking $350 with shipping. PRICE DROP $300 $275 $225 OBO.
  16. 2019 Toulon Las Vegas putter. 34” with stroke lab shaft. Face balanced. Diamond milled and oversized grip (smaller than super strokes). Milled version of the #7. Used for half a season $300 OBRO shipped conus.
  17. Looking to upgrade the putter Figured I'd check to see if anyone has one they're willing to part ways with before buying from some big name store Size doesn't matter because I can always get it extended/cut down to my liking
  18. Have this ping heppler floki that is in mint condition. Looking for $200 shipped obo. Open to trades as well. Adjusts from 32-36”.
  19. Hi All. First off let me say I am a new member This site was recommended to be my a member at my golf club (Templeton Golf Club) and I must say it has been a wealth of knowledge. So in saying that here is a shout out to NunfaO bloody good bugger for a lefty Right so anyway! I was using an older Odyssey 7 putter when our local pro noticed that my swing was not very consistent hence why I was leaving putts short or hitting them 6 feet past....so we worked together to change my putting stroke. Honestly this was the best and worst thing to go through but once I got comfortable with the new path and grip change it felt amazing. However my Odyssey 7 putter on the other hand felt like a foreign object and I could not hole anything over 2 feet. This is when I discovered the Odyssey Stroke Lab 1 and man it was love at first sight! Let's just say the wife is lucky I do not put this putter between us at night Here is some putter info: Multi-material Stroke Lab Shaft for Innovative Weight Distribution Tip-heavy graphite and steel shaft saves 40 grams* that’s relocated into each end of the putter to change performance dynamics. Slightly Stiffer and Lower Torque for Increased Control The Stroke Lab shaft is slightly stiffer and lower torque compared to standard putter shafts for to better control the slightly heavier head. Sole Weights and Grip Weight for a Smooth and Accurate Stroke Additional weight in the sole and butt-end of the grip change the putter’s dynamics to help golfers consistently repeat a smoother and more accurate stroke. White Hot Microhinge Face Insert for a Great Feel and Smooth Roll Combines legendary White Hot feel with dozens of microhinges embedded across the face that promote topspin for smooth roll and acute distance control. This putter gives me 100% confidence when facing any putt. A combination of the blade style, sole weights and my adjusted swing path has meant my average putts per round has dropped so I am super happy. If you are in the market for a new putter I honestly suggest you trying out one of these bad girls (Her name is Erin Lol)
  20. zbdubs

    SIK putters

    Getting very interested to try a SIK Putter. The idea behind their Descending Loft Tech (DLT) seems very cool. Knowing that I don't always return the same exact amount of loft to the ball at impact, having some tech to provide some more consistency to the speed/role quality could be a game changer. Anyone have experience with it?
  21. OFFICIAL EVNROLL PUTTER REVIEW Fozcycle Stage One Stage Two Stage Three RevKev Stage One Stage Two Stage Three Hula Rock Stage One Stage Two Stage Three BGoergen Stage One Stage Two Stage Three jlukes Stage One Stage Two Stage Three Carolina Golfer 2 Stage One Stage Two Stage Three Visit Evnrolls website HERE Visit Evnrolls Facebook HERE Visit Evnrolls Twitter HERE Visit Evnrolls Instagram HERE
  22. What the title says. 35 inches. Brand new Winn Dri-Tac oversized grip. Comes with pictured Cleveland head cover. PayPal only. For sale only. Not interested in trades. $SOLD shipped OBO. Thanks.
  23. TAYLORMADE GOLF COMPANY ANNOUNCES DUSTIN JOHNSON SPIDER LIMITED COMMEMORATIVE EDITION AHEAD OF THE SEASON’S FIRST MAJOR THIS LIMITED-RUN OFFERING CELEBRATES THE MOST RECENT MAJOR VICTORY FOR REIGNING WORLD NO. 1, DUSTIN JOHNSON CARLSBAD, Calif. (March 31, 2021) – As the golfing world returns to Augusta just six months after Dustin Johnson’s record-breaking performance, TaylorMade Golf Company honors his major championship victory by announcing the Dustin Johnson Spider Limited Commemorative Edition putter. This truly unique design is built to mirror the specs of DJ’s winning Spider. A seamless solid black crown is absent of any sightline, allowing him to aim with the topline while also promoting reliance on feel at address and during the putting stroke. In addition, it features a short slant hosel, a Counter Core SuperStroke GT 1.0 grip and two 9g weights placed in the heel and toe. Subtle green accents have been added on the sole and back badge as a nod to the iconic venue, while a specialty box completes a springtime vibe. It’s outfitted with the 2020 Season’s Tradition putter cover he used the week of his victory. Growing up in South Carolina, winning in Augusta was my dream. When that dream finally came true last fall, I was speechless. The win was special for many reasons, as is the putter that helped me get the job done. The putter has been in DJ’s bag for 13 of his 24 PGA Tour wins, including his second major championship and the two victories leading up to it. During the week of his major triumph, he rewrote record books with the lowest 72-hole score in tournament history at 20-under-par. He dominated off the tee, hitting 77% of fairways while averaging 307 yards. In turn, he dominated from the fairways, hitting 60 greens in regulation for a total of 83% and led the field in proximity to the hole (30’8”). With only four dropped shots on the week, he set another record for the fewest bogeys made by a tournament champion. While his ball striking was superb, his work with the putter cemented his wire-to-wire victory. On the 12 greens he missed, DJ one-putted to save par nine times. In the final round, he closed the door on the field with birdies at holes 13, 14 and 15 – making putts of 13, 7 and 6 feet, respectively. Here are marquee moments and stats from DJ’s 2020 major victory: Strokes Gained Putting (6-9ft): +.902 (1st) Total Strokes Gained Putting: +1.38 (6th) Led the field in GIR (82%) Led in Proximity to the Hole (30’8”) No. 1 in Strokes Gained Approach (8.78) No. 2 in Strokes Gained Off the Tee (4.92) Sets a new tournament scoring record of 20-under-par Fewest bogeys (4) across 72 holes 2nd major championship PGA Tour career victory 24 SPECIFICATIONS, PRICING & AVAILABILITY The Dustin Johnson Spider Limited Commemorative Edition will be available for preorder on March 31, 2021, and for purchase on April 9, 2021, at www.TaylorMadeGolf.com and select retailers at an MSRP of $499.99 USD. A limited number are available for sale. It is only available in 35” length with a black chromed stepped steel shaft, gray Surlyn Pure Roll™ insert and Special Edition Super Stroke Counter Core Pistol GT 1.0 Green/White grip. RH only
  24. A few months ago my father-in-law and I attended the New Jersey Golf Show - the annual golf bargain hunter's dream. We ran across an up-start team socializing a new putter brand which has taken off in Korea. Top Spin Golf - http://www.golftopspin.com/ We were both a little surprised by the feel and roll these putters put on the ball. Has anyone else seen these and tried them? Anyone gaming one?
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