Middler Posted December 19, 2021 Share Posted December 19, 2021 Here's a YT video, using 3 Scotty Cameron models of varying toe hang/predicted rotation, in the hands of three very experienced players on Sam PuttLab. Even though all three know what to expect, their results simply don't align with predictions. Guess that points to getting fitted to see how the numbers stack up, or a case can be made for trusting your own judgement - if your stroke/arc is not a perfect predictor? But the overriding lesson, if any, is limiting your choices to putters with toe hang to match your stroke arc may be a bad approach - I get the impression that's how many players (and fitters) proceed when buying a putter. You could be fitted for a sub-optimal putter if you don't consider putters with different toe hang/rotation? Quote Titleist TSR2 11° HZRDUS Red CB 50 6.0 TSR w Lamkin UTx Midsize Titleist TSR2 16.5º HZRDUS Red 60 6.0 & TSR2 21º HZRDUS Black 4G 70 6.0 w Lamkin UTx Midsize Mizuno JPX900 Forged 4-GW, S18 56.10, S18 60.06 w MCC+4 Midsize Evnroll ER5B Fit@TrueSpec w P2 Touch Tour Maxfli Tour & ProV1 Ping Pioneer - MGI Zip Navigator AT Payntr X 002 LE, Ecco Biom C4, FJ DryJoys Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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