Sorry for the delay. Here's a picture of my club face. I talked to rep at Taylormade today and he suggested that I take it back to Golf Galaxy or Dick's and request that they give me the Atmos black shaft. Apparently the tip on that shaft is more durable? He asked me what my swing speed was and I told him 110 and he straight up told me that the Atmos red isn't made for that... Guess I'll give that a try!
That's not true, actually. Pockets are cut differently (different sizes and face angles), rails play differently based on how tight the cloth is and how worn it is, and cloth plays differently as well. And that kind of proves my point: it takes a die-hard pool fan to know the nuances enough to appreciate what they're watching. When it's only the die-hards watching it, you're probably not going to see as much of it.
As @iacas mentioned above work on your putting, and all the aspects that go along with it.
In no particular order;
1. Hitting/rolling straight putts on your chosen line..
2. Green reading.
3. Distance control.
4. Hitting approaches closer to the pin.
5. Maybe a putter fitting would help.
6. A ball change maybe.
Bad putting, like everything else in golf, is just golf. Suicide is never an option..