That's very interesting to me. I remember seeing how poorly the MLA Putter was doing and chalked it up in my head to the fact that the Pro model may not be as good as the Tour.
How do you even hold that Flat Cat grip? I'm picturing liked a "Catholic prayer" style grip.
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I'm going to write a summary soon, so I'm not trying to steal my own thunder, but...
I'm not a huge fan of the feel of the face of the MLA. I prefer a softer feel (for instance, I love the deep milled face of my Cleveland Satin 2135). I'm assuming that the Tour milled version has that softer, more muted sound that I'd prefer.
I suspect that that feel may have some relation to distance control, as to whether the sound a putter makes correlates with the distance you expect.
As for my grip, being a Baptist pastor, I resent the suggestion I'm using a Catholic grip :-)
My grip is slightly left hand low. If you put your two thumbs up, fit the main knuckle of your right thumb just under the knuckle if the left. Then close the left hand, then the right. That's my grip.
For me, much of the feel of my line comes from the back of my left palm being square. For that reason, the Flat Cat really seems compatible with what I'm doing.
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