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Hey, I was just wondering if anyone had any thoughts on SuperStroke's custom putters from about five years ago. I was able to contact their warehouse and buy a few from them. It's Fantastic! The milling is solid, and the look is beautiful. It seems like they didn't sell well and so they stopped making them, but I am loving mine. I'll show some pictures of the ones I was able to get.
I've played golf my whole life with hand-me-down sets. Now that I'm getting serious about playing, I bought some nice clubs. Let me know what you think. Driver: Adams Blue 3-wood: Adams XTD-TI Hybrid 20,23: Adams XTD-TI Irons: Mizuno JPX 900 HotMetal Cleveland wedges Putter: Superstroke Fatso I am loving my irons and woods so far. I decided to go with super forgiving clubs, and I'm glad I did. I was custom fitted this time around at my local golf shop. The SuperStroke putter is my favorite club. I've attached a picture. I fell in love with it after reading a MyGolfSpy review from back in 2011, and just had to have one. Problem was: they were selling on Ebay for like 300 bucks! I was able to contact SuperStroke directly and their customer service found a few in the warehouse.
Hello Everyone, I know this product has been in market for a while now, but it is new to me (and maybe to you) so I thought I would give you a quick run down of my experience so far. A bit about me. I have a love hate relationship with putting as I am sure many of you do. I love to spend time rolling putts on the practice green and carpet putt at home using a swing analyzer with a mirror as well. But all the practice doesn't seem to translate into the results I am looking for on the course. So, every time I get in a bit of a slump, I never fire the putter, but I fire the grip. I have used Superstroke 1.0, 2.0, Flatso 1.0, Flatso 2.0, and even the square grip. So this time, I decided to fire Superstroke all together and look for something new. That brought me to the Golf Pride Tour SNSR. I won't go through the specs etc but you can check out some member reviews here. I landed on the Tour SNSR Straight 104cc for my Metal-X Milled 1. The 104cc felt a little bigger than a Superstroke 1.0 and not quite as big as a 2.0 but with the same non tapered design. What I liked about it: Weight: it's 90g which is about the same weight as many of the Superstroke Countercore grips as I like a putter with a bit of heft to it. Feel: It has a soft, tacky texture which along with the shape just feels right. Here's what I loved about it though: The FEEDBACK: After using this grip, I started to wonder what the point of having a great milled putter designed to give feedback and feel if I am going to install a grip that all but mutes it at impact? The feel with this grip is fantastic. I really know when I have struck the ball well and when I haven't The results: I played two rounds with this grip and averaged two putts less than with my last grip which was the Flatso 2.0 countercore. One round I made a few clutch putts to save par and make birdie. The other, I went through a 6 hole stretch where my first putt misses were all lip-outs. The only thing I wish Golfpride would look into is the colour options. They all include neon green in the butt end and in the graphics and I am not a huge fan of the primary blue and red either. I would love a boring black and white option. But if this is the only fault I can find, I think I have found my grip...for now If you are looking to make a change in your putting set-up, give the Tour SNSR a look.