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One of the best looking putters I've seen in a while.


  1. Home State: Western Australia 
  2. Handicap: 9
  3. Current Putter: Taylormade Rosca Daytona 1

Good luck to all who entered.

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Thank you for the opportunity to test this putter.


1.  WA


2.  20


3.  Ping Ketsch

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I live in Arizona, currently with a 21 handicap and putting with a Wilson Tour Special I that I have used since High School.  

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Don't know if i can enter from Canada (Toronto) but...

I am a 4 handicap, left handed and very focused on putting. I have tried just about every putter and own at least 50. 

Currently using a Scotty newport.

I train in an indoor facility in the winter that has an extensive putting facility where considtance and variety could be easily measured.

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Good luck all! Thanks again MGS I'll pass this go around because of schedule issues! All you testers enjoy and can't wait to read!



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Every golfer has an expectation of how far the ball will roll with a given stroke; it stands to reason that if you can fit the putter to match your innate expectations, your distance control will improve and you will make more putts.


That's the logic and goal behind Sentio - to develop a technology that gives golfers the ability to choose the feel that best fits their game.


Testers Wanted




Sentio putters feature what the company calls Floating Face Construction, a technology that completely separates the metal face and body with an insert-molded thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) – similar to the material used in PXG irons - polymer core.


Sentio's line of blade putters, Sierra 101, comes in Soft, Medium, and Firm models, each molded with a different durometer (and color) of TPE, giving each a slightly different roll-out distance. For the first time, players can choose a putter based on feel preference and the speed of their local greens.


The TPE core does more than provide a supple feel. Variable depth channels in the back of the face slightly deaden the sweet spot for more consistency on off-center hits. Placing the polymer in the center of the putter helps improve stability by distributing mass to the perimeter.




Is Sentio's Floating Face Construction legit, or just another gimmick?


That's where you come in.


MyGolfSpy is looking for six avid golfers to step through Sentio's Feel Selector, choose the putter that best your game, and then put your new putter to the test against what's in your bag right now.


Who wants in?




How To Apply:


We take our equipment testing very seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so please read - and follow - these instructions carefully:


First - if you haven't already, you must register for the MyGolfSpy Community Forum (click here to sign up).


Second - Leave a comment on this thread that contains the following info:


  • The State in Which You Live
  • Your Handicap
  • Your Current Putter

That's all there is to it!


Good luck.


For more information on Floating Face Construction and the other features of the Sierra 101 lineup, visit the Sentio Golf Website.

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