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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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The wife tried my white hot #5 odyssey last week and sank a 12 footer. "I am keeping this", she said. Well good for her, I just picked up my new putter today, an Odyssey SRT triball. Loved the feel of it at the store, so I had to have it. Looks a little over the top though and it larger than my driver...but seems to be a nice putter. Anyone have one of these? Any pros or cons?
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The wife tried my white hot #5 odyssey last week and sank a 12 footer. "I am keeping this", she said. Well good for her, I just picked up my new putter today, an Odyssey SRT triball. Loved the feel of it at the store, so I had to have it. Looks a little over the top though and it larger than my driver...but seems to be a nice putter. Anyone have one of these? Any pros or cons?

I hope you got the XG due to its soft feel instead of White Steel. I tried Triball before but it's too big for me it felt like swinging a frying pan. I liked the 2-ball SRT better. If Marxman Mallet XG didn't exist, I would have upgraded to 2-ball SRT XG though. Anyway, my Marxman is coming in few weeks and I'm sure I'll love it.

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I have been playing a Scotty Cameron putter but recently tried a tour Edge T-Balance putter. I find the T-Balance club is very easy to line up and very easy to control speed. Bottom Line I am sinking more puts.
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I have been playing with an old Carbite Mallet model that my parents bought for me a few years back and it has no good feel to it at all. I'm in the market for a new putter soon and the two I liked most after testing were the PING G5i Craz-E and the Odyssey White Hot XG Marxman Mallet.
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Just switched to a Ping lil'B belly putter...amazing! So much more confident over the ball now!

Good luck,
Ryan
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I have been using a Never Compromise Voodoo Daddy that I bought on sale last year for $80. I really like it. The line on the back really seems to help me line up putts. I had been using and old Ping PAL 4, but the new putter seems much easier to line up and I like the heavy stable feel, especially on longer putts.
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The Odyssey XG Rossie mallet putter (previously used their 2-Ball putter which was equally as good). I've always like the classic look of a blade putter but could not get the feel part down pat. I think the heavier weight of a mallet putter gives me a better feel & tempo. The kicker is that I recently visited the local GolfSmith store and happen to try the new SRT 2-Ball putter (same as the original 2-Ball but now has an alloy ring for support) and of course .... sank everything in sight. Argh ... bastards!
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I switch back and forth from time to time from a Wilson Staff Kirk Currie KC1 and a Wilson Staff #8872 mallet. Like em both, the KC1 I can customize the head weight and butt weight of the shaft.
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Used a TaylorMade Rossa Daytona-2 Sport (35") which now belongs to my brother for the better part of three threes before switching to an old, used $5 Doug Ford Professional Model blade (and I mean blade) putter. Now I use an Odyssey Dual Force 660 blade putter (bought it used for $30 and put a new grip on it for $6).
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I bought a Ping G5i Anser the other week, and so far I love it. I have to say, the stock grip (made by Winn) is by far the nicest feeling putter grip I have ever put my hands on !
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