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post #19 of 24
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Originally Posted by Pappy091 View Post


He had a $300 putter and he had no idea of its worth or quality. I think that's worth mentioning. Thanks for the comment.

That's what I mean.

$300 - the price of a decent second hand driver with a good shaft.

And "quality" -  the equal of any other OEM.

post #20 of 24
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Originally Posted by Shorty View Post

That's what I mean.
$300 - the price of a decent second hand driver with a good shaft.
And "quality" -  the equal of any other OEM.
Shorty, I don't think you understand. It says "Scotty Cameron" right there on the putter head and the grip ... AND it's got 3 red dots on the back of it. (And its really, really shiny)

Now do you get it???
post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post


Shorty, I don't think you understand. It says "Scotty Cameron" right there on the putter head and the grip ... AND it's got 3 red dots on the back of it. (And its really, really shiny)

Now do you get it???

OMG - I'm weak at the knees!!!!! a3_biggrin.gif

post #22 of 24

King Arthur did not select Excalibur.... Harry Potter did not select his wand....

You're going to dare and select your own....PUTTER?

In all seriousness, get your ass to a big box brick-and-mortar and play around with their stock. Find what you like and do some research. It doesn't matter if I tell you that my Odyssey is Rick James on a scale of "wow". What matters is what works for you. Go put your hands on them and actually putt with them and buy what works. 

post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by Spyder View Post

What matters is what works for you.

 

I agree. But that contradicts what you said about going to a brick and mortar store and picking a putter off the rack.

 

Get properly fitted for a putter and it will be the last putter you ever buy (unless you lose it, or damage it, I suppose).

post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

 

I agree. But that contradicts what you said about going to a brick and mortar store and picking a putter off the rack.

 

Get properly fitted for a putter and it will be the last putter you ever buy (unless you lose it, or damage it, I suppose).

Well, what I mean is that it is at the least better to pick one up and actually use it and get a feel for the design and comfort within the alignment aids, weight, etc. rather than take my advice through a forum recommendation.

Plus I've gone through a fitting with a putter and replaced it out of stupidity twice. Add stupidity by attraction to shiny new things after "or damage it" and you're right!

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