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- Ron
- Washington
- Odyssey Tri-Hot #3 (2002)
- Putting was a strong point until I bagged a Taylor Spyder - now it's getting slightly better with the Tri-Hot back in the bag, but still weaker than I need it to be.

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- Shane
- New Jersey 
- 34'' Scotty Cameron 2018 Select Laguna
- Strength 

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  • Gary
  • California
  • Current putter: Odyssey Tank Cruiser w/50 gram grip weight installed
  • Putting, relatively speaking, a strong part of my game.

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- Your first name: Brad
- State: Sask, Canada
- Your current model of putter: Bettinardi BB34
- Is putting a strength or weakness of your game:  I would say it can be a weakness or strength depending on the day.  Some days I make everything and then the next day I can miss a couple three footers.   I feel like I am fighting the path of my putter at times.  

This is the club test I have been most interested so far.   I have been testing a lot of putters this winter and spring looking for the right one for me.  After testing I believe I would benefit most from having a face balanced putter.   One of the putters I have narrowed it down to is the stroke lab 7.   The technology in this putter is intriguing, but need to test it on the course to fully determine the benefit of it.   It’s taking some time getting used to the face balance but my stroke seems more consistent especially on short putts.  I would provide an in depth, detailed review over many rounds if I was selected to track my progress.  I tracked my putting last year so I have hard data to back up the claims.  

Thanks.  

Edited by kerrlybill

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Dan    WV   Scotty Cameron GoLo 5s  35"  putting is a strength

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Rich

Vermont

Taylormade Spyder

Weakness, always looking for a putter that improves my putting

 

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- James
- Colorado
- White Line
- Some where in the middle, good days and bad days.

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Brian

California

Odyssey Versa #9

I would say it is A strength at this point in my game. Having had the Versa #9 has helped my game. I can only hope that a new stroke lab putter will take my putting to the next level

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Rory 
Ontario 
Odyssey O-Works - two ball fang  
Putting is a weakness 
 

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- Matt

- PA

- Odyssey Works Versa #1

- Weakness: Would like to really improve this side of my game

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