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Best Blade Putter Under $200?

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Putting is all about hand to eye coordination. How do you know how to throw a ball to someone 60 feet away? Expensive putters are the biggest joke in golf. It’s an almost flat piece of metal on a stick. I have a lot of gear and I might use a Betinardi one day and a Dynacraft the  next. I don’t think I have a putter I paid over 40 dollars for. It’s personal skill. Some of the big mallet heavy stuff just complicate things. 

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First off, make sure you try a putter at the proper length.  Cutting a 35”to 31” will not be good...weight will be FUBAR.

Second, what style putter do you like?  I prefer the Anser style and stick with that.  I had a mallet before and it was fine but I prefer the simple look of the Anser style because I can look at Ping, Scotty, Odyessey and find the same look.  That’s something you don’t get with a mallet.

I second going to Golf Galaxy and looking through the used bin.  I would have killed for that $80 Cameron Newport mentioned earlier in the thread.  My current putter which feels so good I can’t see myself giving up is a Ping Anser Redwood that I picked up used at Golf Galaxy for $60 like new.

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