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1. Jay from Illinois

 

2. 2017 Wilson Staff 8802

 

3. Not custom

 

4. Queen B 9

 

 

 

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Jake, Oklahoma

Scotty Cameron studio select

No

Studio Stock 8

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Anthony PA

Scotty Cameron Newport 2.5

No custom

Studio Stock 8 putter

 

 

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Abdus Saabur ,Chicago

 

Minzuno Bettinardi

 

not custom fit

 

Studio stock 8

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Bob, wisconsin

 

Ping kretsch

 

Yes, fitted

 

Queen B 9

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Paul Idaho USA

Scotty Cameron Newport select 2 Mallet

Yes custom fit

Stock Studio 8

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Greg Maxwell

Texas

Scotty Cameron Blade

Custom Fit: No

Queen B 9

 

 

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Neville Sweetman, Hamilton, New Zealand

 

Scotty Cameron custom golo putter

 

Yes, need extra length in shaft

 

Studio stock 8, please

 

 

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Tom

Kansas

My current gamer

is a RIFE 450 silencer a milled carbon steel putter

Yes it is custom fit to me longer shaft and lie bent to fit me

Studio Stock 8

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tim capadalis

currently using Odyssey works 7

fitted

Bettinardi Queen B 9 

love ot try

thanks

tim

 

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