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Odyssey Dual Force 660 (circa 1996)



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Cameron dual balance and TM itsy bitsy spider

Callaway Epic driver

(Not delivered yet)

Titleist 917 D2 driver

Titleist C16 irons or

Callaway Apex16 irons

Callaway Apex hybrids

Scotty dual balance notchback putter

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Great concept. I can see having owning two of these, each with a different core, and picking the putter that matches green conditions for the course I'm playing. I'd love to try one out.


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I have been a long time advocate of changing putters for different greens.

My golf buddies think I'm a little nuts but I've also been told that I'm one of the best putters people have ever seen.

For very slow greens I use an old slot line sugar putter. For slow greens I use a taylormade nubbins. For moderate speeds I I use a ping craz-E Putter. Finally for fast greens I use a an aluminum headed master grip toe shafted putter

When I see a putter than can be adjusted for speed I'm very interested

I'm a firm believer in using the same stroke to move the ball different distances.

After all golfers do this using the same swing with their irons, right ?

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