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Dan in Seattle

Handicap 9

My putting has gone from the weakness of my game to solid but still room to improve.

Current gamer is a Bettinardi BB1 with a mid slant and a flatso counterbalance grip.

Currently own over 50 putters, everything from the 8802 to the latest Scotty Cameron offerings. My preference would be to test the heel shafted #7 model.


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  first name- Greg
- State- Ontario Canada 
-  current model of putter- Scotty Cameron Futura 6M
-  strength or weakness of your game-  weakness is lag putting 

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-Ping Anser 2 Scottsdale TR


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- Keith
- Michigan 
- Scotty Cameron 6M
- Putting can be a strength, but also a weakness at times. Distance is normally good, but miss the line & pace on short putts, especially under pressure.

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Ping Vault 2.0 Ketsch Mallet


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Dunlop Vista

Still working on speed control but more of a strength of mine. A lot of oh oh aww's lol. 

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PING Vault 2.0

Strength for sure

If my iron play is a little off during a round, long putts will keep the me in the game. If I've got the swing fairly dialed in or I have to pitch it in close, my contact on short putting is where I feel most confident. I was actually thinking about trying out the Lab Seven S or Lab One to see how feeling more weight at the grip and head can affect feedback of the stroke at different given distances. I love sinking putts from the fringe!

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Ping vault 2.0 Dale anser 

Strength but trying to find the perfect putter so continue to search

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My name is Chris, I live in Arizona. I currently use a cheapo putter that I found in a pawn shop, I don't even think it has a brand attached to it, certainly not one that anyone would recognize. It's a simple blade type putter. I have been trying to improve my game over the last couple months and am in the market for a new putter. I would love to try this one out. I am a decent putter, last time out I had no 3 putts and left myself with only 3 feet or less with all other putts. That said, I am a pretty poor golfer, still trying to get under 3 digits for 18 holes. 

Thanks for the opportunity!

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Brad Smagala

Bloomfield Hills, MI

Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2.5

Putting is a strength 

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Scotty Cameron Select Fastback, Evnroll ER-5, Ping Sigma G Tess




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