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Poll Results: Which brand do you use when it comes to putters? Pros and Cons.

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 25% (321)
    Odyssey
  • 9% (113)
    Taylormade
  • 18% (225)
    Titleist
  • 1% (23)
    Mizuno
  • 1% (24)
    Never Compromise
  • 3% (39)
    Nike
  • 1% (16)
    Heavy Putter
  • 7% (96)
    Yes!
  • 15% (195)
    Ping
  • 1% (20)
    Wilson
  • 13% (168)
    Others (Please specify)
1240 Total Votes  
post #505 of 601
Quote:
Originally Posted by ryanf View Post

I dropped my Odyssey 2-ball blade . . .

 

I still LOL at Odyssey having the gall to call a 2-ball putter a "blade". They're less like blades than their mid-mallets (I use an Odyssey WH #7 and it's kind of a shovel) which are like blades from the 1940s compared to a 2-ball.

 

But what logic can you expect from OEMs who sell oversized, perimeter weighted, feel enhanced (fudged), "players irons" and 460 CC high MOI adjustable "players drivers".

 

 

post #506 of 601
Odyssey White Hot Tour #9. After feeling the #9 White Ice in store, I wanted one badly but couldn't stand how the White Ice would rotate a couple degrees open naturally and I didn't care for the White Hot's super soft insert. So I got a White Hot Tour off eBay. Feel of the White Ice with a slightly firmer than mid-soft insert. Love it.
post #507 of 601

Playing an Edel Vari-Weight now!

post #508 of 601

I also use an Edel putter and I love it.

post #509 of 601

PING IN Anser V2, 35", Blackout grip, standard lie/loft

post #510 of 601

I'm different from most people because I rarely change/replace putters.  I've only used 2 putters over the past 15years!!!!!

I played a rather classic style Ping Zing2 putter from 1996-2008

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Then came a HUGE departure from traditional......I've been playing a Spider since mid-2008.

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I absolutely love the Spider and it may stay in my bag for another 10yrs......who knows?

 

post #511 of 601

I got a used Cleveland Classic Collection 2 putter from Edwin Watts for $60. I consider it a huge steal I absolutely love it. It came with a SuperStroke FATSO Grip which helps alot. I've averaged below 2 putts a hole since I've acquired my baby

post #512 of 601

I just picked up a Cleveland putter as well, a like-new Classic #4 off eBay for $29.99.  I demo'd one the last couple rounds I played and really like it, so I found me one at a really good price.  Can't wait for the greens and fairways to melt off so I can get back out and try it.  At that price, I couldn't resist.

 

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post #513 of 601

I collect Scotty Camerons. Since I switch putters every round, I simply purchase the 1.5 peripheral weighted (modern blade) version of each series when it comes out so that I have a somewhat similar appearance and feel with each one. The later series are slightly heavier, so I'll use those on the fast greens and the lighter ones for slow greens.

post #514 of 601

Wilson Staff 8882 ( currently the only user of a Wilson putter based on the poll )

 

Have only putted on practice greens in store and on my carpet but love it. I previously used a Nike Ignite blade - I have a bad habit of leaving putts short...like inches.

 

The 8882 is A LOT heavier across the entire face. I may not always hit my lines, but hopefully won't always be short. it also comes with a slightly thicker grip which I prefer on all my clubs and the thing truly looks amazing. Plus I got it for $50 at golftown - a steal

 

 

 

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post #515 of 601

Ping Anser 4 - 34".  I've had it since somewhere around 1995 or so.  I like its simple look and feel.

post #516 of 601

I found an old Ray Cook Blue Goose putter at a thrift store last summer. Just felt right in my hands. Used a Anser 3 before that for a few years with the classic Ping slick grip, but it felt too light and the grip didn't really fit well in my hands. 

post #517 of 601

I just got fitted into one of these by Ron Pritchett (Ashdon Golf) and I love it!  I wanted something a bit heavier than my Ping Pal.  I'll keep ya posted...

 

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post #518 of 601

i use a clevelend classic 4 putter. i needed a new putter and it was on sale. i like it. i have fast greens on my local course during the spring until they seed them. i can ussually control the accuracy pretty good

post #519 of 601

I use a vintage 35" Ping Anser 3 with a midsize Winn grip that I snagged at a yard sale a few summers ago. I have several other vintage putters in my closet, but this one is tough to beat.

post #520 of 601

Nike Method Concept

 

 

 

 

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Edited by supoffset - 3/23/12 at 10:35am
post #521 of 601

Scotty Cameron California Del Mar... Love the finish, love the feel. The fact the shaft meets the head right at the heel of the putter is the reason i bought it to be honest.

post #522 of 601

Scotty Cameron California Monterey. I've gone through a few putters in the past couple years and it's definitely my favorite. Great look and feel. I've been putting really well with it so far this year. 

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