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Looking for a new putter. Would like a milled "Anser" style and have narrowed it down to a SCameron Newport, Bettinardi SS1,TP mills and KBurns 05. I still need to try all 4 and get a feel for them. Note: I think I need a 32" putter so not sure if they're available. Any feedback would be appreciated.

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Gotta throw Byron's DH89 into the hat. I have heard a lot of testimony that is closer to the original Anser.

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Always been more of a Bettinardi guy myself.

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Ping makes a milled Anser. More than likely half the cost of the ones you mention.

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Can't really go wrong with any of the above.


If you happen to live in the San Francisco/Bay Area and can make a trip to Kevin's shop (or if not, see if any golf clubs/stores in your area carry his fitting system), you'll be able to get to fit to a putter more precisely than the others. More about that here ... http://www.mygolfspy.com/kevin-burns-putters/

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Don't have shop cut down as it will mess up swingweight especially spending upwards of $250. Order it custom to specs.

Ping Redwood and Bettinardi are best IMO. Bettinardi is BEST milling shop in business. Ping's rep speaks for itself.

You really won't go wrong with any of your choices but I go with these two.

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Sunset Beach's Masonboro 2, Tom Slighter's Portland or Tacoma, Gene Nead's AS02, Machine's M1A and M2A, C&L's CL-1 and CL-2, Piretti's Cottonwood series, Byron Morgan's couple of styles. All are good choices as well. Gene and LaMont(SSB) are both on here too.

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