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Technically I have 2 right now, but only one that will be used. My Odyssey hangs in the garage waiting until I find a good home for it. The Golfsmith in my sig is the only one I've used since it was built, and it will continue so until it doesn't work any more.

Never could see any reason for having more than one at a time.

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What a thought provoking thread. One thought that occurred to me is why would anyone ever sell a nice putter; I don't understand how there can even be a used putter market. Putters are either soulless pieces of metal that no one would want or they are beautiful simple machines that convey a remarkable feel as they move a ball to a hole. Who would want to buy the first and who would want to sell the latter?

I have two and use both, my George Low has worked well for me since I was young and the TM Rossa Classic Suzuka is a beautiful club that feels great. I guess I am an insert guy.

I regripped the GeoLow with a Sharpro which I love. I also love the Rossa grip. Grips seem like an important part of a putter and no one mentioned them in this thread as they talked about their collections.

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Never Compromise Alpha z/1 putter
Scotty Cameron Newport 2
Odyssey two ball blade
Yonex ADX blade
Callaway "Original" Arnold Palmer
Mizuno Pro Gt 103
Scotty Cameron Newport
Odyssey Rossie 1
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As we speak I have only one putter. I've never felt the putter was the problem. If I miss the putt it's because I made a bad stroke. In 15 years of playing golf I've only had 5 putters.

You have a lot to learn in this sport then old chap. If your putting starts to go south (and whose doesn't once in a while), the thing to do is BUY A NEW PUTTER because, well, change is good.

Don't ask me why this doesn't apply so much to drivers. I forget how many putters I have, in the bedroom and the garage. Who cares anyway ..... p.s. I don't even remember if I've posted in this thread already. Maybe it's coz my brother just made a fair-and-square eagle on the 18th somewhere in San Fran and I'm still in a state of shock.
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...... but sold them all because I just prefer my Diawa over them for some strange reason.

This I cannot understand. Have you no loyalty man? I mean, you never know when the golfing gods will realign the Universe and one of those old faithfuls will be the one to turn your game around.

Me, I just don't have the heart to off-load an old putter. Bad karma.
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Oddyssy dual force 660
Mizuno TP Mills II
Mizuno Bettinardi C02
Mizuna Bettinardi BC7
TM Rossa Imola8 Current Gamer
Scotty Circa 62 #6 w/ a little lead tape for weight.
I have a couple of Answers at my folks place in San Diego, and a Slazenger as well.
Funny, we were just discussing this at the course today.....LOL
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I've had 1 putter for almost 20 years, my TaylorMade Tad Moore. This thread got me thinking about it. And now I'm ready to play with a new one. Thanks to Ebay, it looks like I can find one of those fancy, dancy, $200 putters for less than $100.

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Scotty Cameron Fastback (this is the one I use)
Odyssey Black-i 2-ball putter (won this at an outing)
Rossa Fontana
Ping Zing2
Ping L-Blade

The last three are old putters. The two Ping's I haven't used in many, many years.

My lovely wife bought me the Scotty for my birthday back in June. She always loves to buy me golf related stuff for my birthday and well...the rest of the bag is pretty much new. So of course after splurging on an expensive putter, I ended up winning a $300 putter (the Odyssey) at an outing about 3 months later. I did just use it for the first time (because my clubs are in Florida right now) and I'll stick to my Scotty.
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