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Ringo is a great name: follow the beat of this putter drum. 

Putter design and construction sound promising.     I still use a long putter and have not yet found a replacement.    Perhaps this is it.  



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Tom Cammalleri




I currently game a 35" Scotty Cameron Select Newport (350g), 2014 model. 




The Ringo looks very cool, but I have to say, in looking at Carbon's website, a more apples to apple comparison for me would be the Holliday. It's a little more rounded and no aim line.

Driver: Callaway XR16 Pro 9.0*. (Oban Kiyoshi Purple 65)

FW: Cobra F9 3W (MC Diamana RF 60)
Hybrid: Callaway Apex 4H (MR - Kuro Kage 80 HY)
Irons: Callaway XR Steelhead 5I - AW (Project X 6.0 Steel)
Wedges: Callaway MD3 54* Standard; PM Grind 58* (Project X 5.5 Steel)
Putter: Scotty Cameron Select Newport (35")
Ball: Bridgestone B330-RX, Callaway Chrome Soft, Titleist Pro-V1, Whatever is in the Weeds
Resident of Southern California


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Hi, this is the long putter guy from the previous post.   


As I said, I still use the long putter and have not tried other methods because none of the current putters show improvement, design and creativity.   The 370 g head will be great because long putters are also heavy.   Looking to try this one.  


Bruce from Oklahoma

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John Boles

Now in Madison, WI but soon heading to Arizona for the winter.


Currently gaming the original Odyssey 2 Ball or a really old Ram Zebra. Looking for a new putting bat. Experienced MGS reviewer and would love to do it again!

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Steven Clark,

Provo, Utah


I used a blade putter until a few years ago when I bought a TaylorMade Ghost Spider 35" center shafted putter. I really like it, but would be happy to test this putter and see if does a better job.



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