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SPY PICS! - STX Xform 1 Putter

 

1. 100% fully machined out of 303 stainless steel

 

2. Offered in the steel face as well as a newly engineered thermoset polymer

 

3. 350 grams

 

4. Satin finish with distinct milling lines

 

 

Let STX know what you think of this new modern blade.

 

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Wow, wow, wow. I love it. It's truly a modern looking putter. With the weight low at the back and bottom this should be a dream to use, aiming though might be tricky.

 

I love the style, shape and looks though. This is something which pininfarina / apple would be proud of (legend car design studio / and maker of all beautiful tech)

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I wouldn't know whether to game it or hang it on my wall as a piece of modern art. I love it! Now, what's the $$ gonna be? The world really needs another $299 - $399 putter......................

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When some companies say that they've created a modern design, I tend to cringe, because if they simply did their research, the same putter or variations there off have been done before. This STX, however, is truly modern. In fact, it exemplifies the word almost to a point of perfection. I hope that's what they were aiming for, because it is spot on.

 

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Now the question remains, what does it feel like?

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I'm on a kick with only liking center shafted designs, but this is eye catching and feels different enough - maybe mix in some custom stamping and really sick paint.

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WHAT?!?!? I love STX putters. So cool to see that MGS did a piece on them.

 

 

RIP STX Golf ⚰️

 

 

That's a really cool looking putter head shape too. I feel like I could shave with that.

 

 

 

 

Sent from #throwbackthursday

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WHAT?!?!? I love STX putters. So cool to see that MGS did a piece on them.

 

 

RIP STX Golf ⚰️

 

 

That's a really cool looking putter head shape too. I feel like I could shave with that.

 

 

 

 

Sent from #throwbackthursday

 

Is it still Thursday???

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Ya know, I'm a blade type of putter kind of golfer ... but this one is a no-go for me.  Just don't like it.

 

With that being said, if it puts the ball in the hole .... sign me up! 

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Looks well enough. Simple yet packing technology...wish they made a face balanced mallet though.

 

 

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I had an STX in the bag in about 2000 that had the softest rubber face i had ever felt on a putter. I loved that thing.

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It's pretty refreshing to see a new design finally looking around each OEM has the same shapes now it's crazy I wonder how they can copy each other

 

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