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  1. 1. Which brand do you use when it comes to putters? Pros and Cons.

    • Odyssey
      321
    • Taylormade
      113
    • Titleist
      225
    • Mizuno
      23
    • Never Compromise
      24
    • Nike
      39
    • Heavy Putter
      16
    • Yes!
      96
    • Ping
      195
    • Wilson
      20
    • Others (Please specify)
      168


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Originally Posted by 3putt53

I rotate between an odyssey black tour design wide #1 and the #5. Great feel, can lag it close from long distance and make 90% qof the 5 footers.



I've narrowed my putter rotation down to 2 as well. Now if I could just get to sinking 9 out of 10 from 5 feet.

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Currently use an Odyssey 2 Ball Blade from 5-6 years ago. Glad I made the switch. I had used a well worn Ping Anser 2 for a loooong time until the clubs were stolen. I thought that was perfect for my putting style. The Odyssey then was perfect-er. Grabbed it from RBG for a song. One thing I don't do is go thru putters like I used to go thru Drivers. I find one putter that works, I'll stick with it.
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I was using a YES! Putter. But have recently changed to the

1. Miura km-006 (370 gms)

2. Louisville EWPX-3 (Wood headed putter, thought I would try it out)

Miura Putter.jpg

Louisville Putter.jpg

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I play the Taylormade Rossa Daytona #1 putter and LOVE IT!!

Most reliable club in my bag..".the great equalizer" as Bobby Jones called putters , makes it possible for me to beat my big ballstriking partners most weeks.  LOL

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I have an Old Odyssey - I have had this for almost 12 years, I dont think it has a model number that I can remember.  But lately I have been in the market for a new putter, more curious than anything else to try something new.

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I use a Nike Methos Core putter.  Love the feel of hitting the ball with it and it seems to be easier for me to line of the putts with it.

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I just started gaming a Tourstage Kevin Burns Type III putter from Japan.  Its forged with a copper insert and I love the feel of it.  Ive never really been a fan of mallet putters but Im loving the way that Im rolling this Tourstage putter.

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I use the Odyssey White Hot putter that is shaped like a Ping Answer.  It is without a doudt the least likely club in my bag to ever be replaced.  I love the shape, the weight, but the thing that separates it from the other similar putters is the aiming lines on the back of it.  Something about them makes me feel like I will make every putt.

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