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I am very interested in these putters and I know they came across quite well and popular at the PGA Show, just wondering what peoples thoughts were on these putters. Did anyone play around with them at the show?

 

 

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It's an interesting concept.  You aim with the "triangle" formed with the ball and two round weights.  The lie angle is also adjustable.  Personally I wasn't a huge fan of the center shafted look.

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for the pics...I am a big center shaft fan and love the adjustability of the lie angle. I am impressed they send you all the additional weights to go from 350 to 600 grams in the head. I guess this is something Im not used to when buying from the big boys. They also told me they would be more then happy to give me a test drive on the putter for 30 days to make sure Im happy with it.

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The look is just too weird for me … the Bobby Grace Amazin' Grace pushes the limits of acceptable design for me.

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The look is just too weird for me … the Bobby Grace Amazin' Grace pushes the limits of acceptable design for me.


I am very much a traditionalist with my irons but If a putter drains putts Im not concerned about the looks (all about alignment). I appreciate a company getting away from the everyday Anser putter shape and the typical mallet. The other company Im looking at is Bobby Grace, another company that pushes they envelope with shape... I can say its certainly not the strangest looking putter I have seen but it is different.

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I am very much a traditionalist with my irons but If a putter drains putts Im not concerned about the looks (all about alignment). I appreciate a company getting away from the everyday Anser putter shape and the typical mallet. The other company Im looking at is Bobby Grace, another company that pushes they envelope with shape... I can say its certainly not the strangest looking putter I have seen but it is different.

Have an Aussie Amazing Grace (38 inch counterbalanced) and was concerned about aim - but I know that my eye fits a heel shafted putter slightly better than a center shaft (which I tend to aim left). I think the heel shaft and long aim line helps Me. Had no issues with aim. Was surprised at how great it is on long putts since I bought it for knee-knockers. Your mileage may vary...

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Have an Aussie Amazing Grace (38 inch counterbalanced) and was concerned about aim - but I know that my eye fits a heel shafted putter slightly better than a center shaft (which I tend to aim left). I think the heel shaft and long aim line helps Me. Had no issues with aim. Was surprised at how great it is on long putts since I bought it for knee-knockers. Your mileage may vary...


That pretty much sums it up, its all in the eye of the beholder. I play a Seemore putter and quite like it, but I simply appreciate the out of the box thinking and the science that went into this putter...Beman was also one hell of a putter back in his day

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That pretty much sums it up, its all in the eye of the beholder. I play a Seemore putter and quite like it, but I simply appreciate the out of the box thinking and the science that went into this putter...Beman was also one hell of a putter back in his day

I played SeeMore for several years - in 1999, and then 2006-09, then Edel. Now the Edel and Grace get the work.

post #9 of 12

I've been using the Amazing Grace Asskicker for the past year. My lag putting is improved; distance control is much better.

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Well since I was given a 30 day test drive on the putter I went ahead and bought one...Hopefully be here before weeks end.

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Please be sure to post a review in the equipment review section here.
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Please be sure to post a review in the equipment review section here.

Will do, she arrives on Monday...

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