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post #37 of 41
Bullseye still sitting in my basement when I started playing golf that's the putter I used. I using a Scotty Newport now. I find it's easier to control the toe with a pumblers neck
With the bullseye I find I was lining up nearer the hosel where the sweet spot is
post #38 of 41

I recently picked up two Bullseye style putters. One is a brass clone, an the other is a Bullseye by Titleist Scotty Cameron Platinum Blade. I got them both from a bargain bin for $5 each. Unfortunately, the Scotty has been cut down to about 32" and has a medium size PING grip. However after using it a bit, I have reconsidered my usual putter length and if I have it reshafted, I may go shorter than my usual 35". If we really fall in love, I may send it back to the Scotty Custom Shop for the refurb.

post #39 of 41

I have a 1980's-vintage Slotline bulls eye model with a standard Lamkin Perma-wrap grip (round). Like many of the comments state, it's not very forgiving when you're offline. That said, I think it's easier to play a break with it than other weighted putters, at least that's what I've found. Modern putters seem so determined to put you on a straight path, whereas the bulls eye design lets you fade or draw a putt, if those terms can apply to putters. 

post #40 of 41

What I remember for OSM5S was: 

Old Standard (model)

medium lie angle

35 inch shaft

standard grip

post #41 of 41
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Originally Posted by BigBaffy View Post

I have a 1980's-vintage Slotline bulls eye model with a standard Lamkin Perma-wrap grip (round). Like many of the comments state, it's not very forgiving when you're offline. That said, I think it's easier to play a break with it than other weighted putters, at least that's what I've found. Modern putters seem so determined to put you on a straight path, whereas the bulls eye design lets you fade or draw a putt, if those terms can apply to putters. 
Every putt is a straight putt. Straight at your aim point, which may or may not be the hole.
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