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post #19 of 41
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Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

Originally Posted by BaronV View Post
Are you looking to get your dad a brand new putter as a gift since most of the suggestions here are getting used versions from eBay. If you don't mind getting used then there are tons you can get around your price point, I'd throw in the suggestion for a Taylor Made Monza Corza.

If you want to give a brand new putter, the Wilson Harmonized putter line is a solid equipment and great low price around $30-$40.

Tour Edge putters for $40

Ben Hogan Bettinardi Baby Ben Putter for $40
Yeah, I'm a little "iffy" about getting a used putter as a gift. I looked into the Wilson Harmonized blade putter, it looks really nice. I just can't find it on any site that offers 2 day air shipping, or USPS Priority -- I NEED it to get here by this weekend.
post #20 of 41

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

ping karsten anser if you are willing to pay 90.00 for one you will not regret it
post #21 of 41

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

I vote ping karsten anser its a great looking putter that plays very good.

Evan
post #22 of 41

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

If you're looking to get the putter, especially if you're looking for just a Wilson Harmonized putter, then I suggest checking out your local Walmart (sometimes I see some there in their golf sections) or you local big box golf store such as Sport Chalet/Sports Authority, Dicks, etc. since their the ones I usually see carrying the Wilson brand of putters.

Sports Authority has Wilson putters and has overnight shipping.

I'll also throw in the Never Compromise Voodoo Daddy for $60 as a good value.
post #23 of 41
Thread Starter 

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

LOL, I ended up buying a Ping Karsten Anser for me, and a Wilson Harmonized 745 for him.

Thanks a lot guys!
post #24 of 41

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

Snake Eyes Viper 1 putter is SWEET. It is LESS THAN $70. Check eBay or Golfsmith.
post #25 of 41

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

Originally Posted by FlopShotArtist View Post
LOL, I ended up buying a Ping Karsten Anser for me, and a Wilson Harmonized 745 for him.

Thanks a lot guys!
HAHAHAHA!

Dirtbag alert!
post #26 of 41

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

Dick's has some of the Walter Hagen putters (their brand) that are quite nice for around the $40 range.
post #27 of 41

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

I hit new putters all the time waiting to find one I mus thave over my Odyssey 2 Ball SRT.

I just have never found anything close. I did like the new Odyssey tours though. But nothing id trade for my 2 ball!
post #28 of 41

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

Ebay is probably going to be your best bet. I recently bought a Titleist Bulls-Eye on Ebay for $37.
Nike makes several putters that go for $109 new, Id bet you could find one of those fairly new on Ebay in your price range...
post #29 of 41

Re: Cheap, but Good Putter?

The putter I'm playing right now is 30 dollars, and I'm putting so much better with it than a Ping G5I Anser...shows that money can't always buy your game.
post #30 of 41
lmfao.,,,dicks puttiting mat... bwahahahahahaha
post #31 of 41
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Originally Posted by Micah View Post

lmfao.,,,dicks puttiting mat... bwahahahahahaha

FYI Micah,

 

When you go searching for threads and people to poke fun at, make note of the dates.  This thread is over 5 years old.  Pretty sure that your "joke" is falling on deaf ears.

post #32 of 41

Man I did not even see the date!

post #33 of 41
Some of the Odyssey putters are actually really nice. Also I'd recommend the Taylormade 79 putters and some of the ping putters.
post #34 of 41
dude i dont know how i came across that post but it just had me rolling lol.
post #35 of 41
i am looking for a good cheap putter though. i heard to check out the wilson harmonized line of mallets.
post #36 of 41
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Originally Posted by Micah View Post

i am looking for a good cheap putter though. i heard to check out the wilson harmonized line of mallets.

 I use an Odyssey White Ice #4. I got it from Big 5 for $59.99, and it's great. There's better putters, but I've gotten used to it. I practice putting about 2 hours a day, everyday, so it's whatever you're use to really.. but I would highly suggest the Odyssey as it's a great putter for a good price.

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