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7 hours ago, surfmonkey89 said:

After many years of using putters bought based on looks or "feel" at store, I decided to get a fitting three weeks ago (Sam). Cost $100, $50 of which they put toward the cost of a putter if I chose to buy one after the fitting.

Turns out I was using the totally wrong putter in every way: face balanced, too short (I'm almost 6'3), wrong loft, the whole thing. They set me up with a TM Ardmore 3, and it's night and day. My putts actually go where I'm aiming! And my distance control is the best it's ever been. It also convinced me to get lessons and fittings for a new set of clubs.

Take it from a doubter: the hour is worth it.

I hope many people read your post. You might want to include at a later date how it [putting well] affects your total score.

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