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First name: Patrick
State: Florida
Putter: I switched from a Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 to a TaylorMade Spider to get more of a weight-shifted feel at the putter head. It has improved my putting immeasurably. I have lowered my putting strokes per 18 holes to 30.

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- Your first name:  Randy
- State:  Washington
- Your current model of putter:  Bettinardi BB55 (counterbalanced model)
- Is putting a strength or weakness of your game:  usually a weakness but I do surprise myself at times.

Thank You

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Name: Isaac

State: Oklahoma (play in Texas)

Current putter: Taylormade spider

I would definitely say that putting is the weakness in my game... I’d be beyond happy to test for you guys I even have a putting green at home so I will test in ever free moment that I have

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TaylorMade Tour Red Spider

 certainly not my strongest thing

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Posted (edited)



Scotty Cameron Phantom X 7.5 

I have my good and bad days, but overall putting  is my strength. 

Edited by cjeffs12

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James malloy jr 


scotty Cameron Newport 2 putter 

putting is a weakness, still learning 

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Franklin Crist

Indianapolis, Indiana

Scotty Cameron GoLo 5

Always felt growing up putting was a strength of mine, but being a taller player it can be a struggle finding touch during periods of off time from the game and in windy settings. Being a golf professional, tinkering with golf clubs has been a passion and hobby of mine for years. 

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20 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:


So you think the importance of shaft design is only important to drivers.   Well the engineers at Odyssey Golf among some of the best and brightest minds in the business want to show you otherwise.   For years counterbalancing has been a big buzz word in the world of putter shafts.   Well the new Stroke Lab putters by Odyssey Golf aren't just counterbalanced, they take weight shifting to a whole new level or should I say end.

As in redistributing 40 percent of the weight from the middle of the shaft into the butt and head end of the shaft.  The results show that you will make a much more consistent stroke with Stroke Lab than with the standard putter shaft.

Don't believe it?  We're going to give you...well four of you a chance to prove it to yourself and the rest of the forum.

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How to Apply

This is important, so please follow these instructions carefully:

1. If you haven't already, make sure you're a registered MyGolfSpy Forum member
2. In this thread (and ONLY in this thread - please don't go back to the blog and apply - it won't do you any good!), tell us the following:

- Your first name
- State
- Your current model of putter
- Is putting a strength or weakness of your game

This review opportunity is open to any golfer who resides in the US or Canada.  We'll be announcing the testers in this thread next week, so make sure to check back. 

Please do not 'quote' this post when applying...



Odyssey Two Ball

Better than average putter

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evnroll er2

I do pretty well at three putt avoidance but struggle to convert putts from 10-20 feet. The evnroll has definitely helped control distance on off center strikes, which is why I’d say my putting is neither a strength nor a weakness. Average but getting better might best describe where I am right now. It would be interesting to see if stroke lab putters can perform as well as or better than what I currently have.

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Chris  - Pennsylvania 

Top  Flite Tour V5

Strength except for the occasional "can't make a putt to save my life " day 

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Odyssey O-Works 2 Ball

While my putting has improved the last year or two I would still consider it a weakness in my game.

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- Jeff
- KY
- Versa #7
- depends on the distance.  lag putting is usually good, 15 - 7 ft meh, inside 7 ft pretty solid.  always seem to burn the edge in the 15 - 7 ft range.

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Odyssey O works 7

Solid two putter, need to work on Drive consistency.

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First Name: Ben

Ontario, Canada

Spider X/ Scotty Cameron Newport 2


I’m playing off 3 handicap and I play and practice everyday.  I have tried numerous brands and types of putters so I have a good background knowledge.

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Odyssey White Hot Pro 2.0

Strength - as a collegiate golfer, this is the best way to improve consistency and scores

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