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Your first name  - Christian
- State - TN
- Your current model of putter  - Scotty Golo 3
- Is putting a strength or weakness of your game - Weakness

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I will be willing to thoroughly review a 2-ball or Marxman model....DON'T send me a blade putter!

I just got out of a 7-year relationship, so I have nothing to do but golf 🙂

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Posted (edited)

Cinchai 

Torrance, CA

Edel Umpqua custom

Putting is a strength. 

Edited by Cinchai

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Geoff

Virginia

Louisville Louie 2.5

Strength on putts outside 10ft, weakness inside 10ft. I suppose a coin flip on exactly 10ft.

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Evan

NH

Ping Karsten Series Anser

Putting is generally something that is somewhere in between a strength and a weakness. I am solid with the short putts but struggle with lag put speed which is why I am so interested in trying the stroke lab putters. I know the new shaft technology is supposed to help with a more consistent stroke by helping you better feel how far back the putter is going. I think this could really help my game and hope I get the chance to find out.

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- Monty
- Texas
- Odyssey CS 2 ball
- putting is a weakness of my game, too many 3 putts that's for sure

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David 

Florida

Toulon Indy

Strength- All about technology. Putting gives you the best edge to score. Read it, roll it, drain it. I am a putter junkie!

Edited by DavidSWelch

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Tom
Ohio
Odyssey Versa #7
Strength, or at least I don't give strokes away on the green.

Driver: Titleist 915D3 Diamana White XS
FW: Cobra Fly-Z 16.5 Adila Proto XS
Hybrid: Adams Boxer Proto Gold 19 Adila Proto XS
Irons: Titleist 714 CB 4-PW DG X100
Wedges: Vokey 50-54-58
Putter: Odyssey Versa #7

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Another amazing testing opportunity from The Truth Digest! Good luck to all who apply!

Ona side not I wonder if this will revive the odyssey putter giveaway thread? 🤷🏻‍♂️


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- Paraag
- VA
- Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Notchback
- Putting is definitely a strength. Driving is weakest part of my game.

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This looks like a good opportunity. Good luck to those entering.

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