You could also spend five bucks on a roll of lead tape and play around with the weighting. You might wind up with your ideal putter (slathered with lead tape but handsome is as handsome does), or you might figure out what you really want in your next putter.
The @iacas ratio, when I applied it to my game when I am ale to have a day of practice, has made a significant improvement in my game. Now, I am not 110% slavish to it. I don't quite measure it with watch and/or calculator, the end results have shown me where my strengths and weakness do, indeed, lie. When I add up my minutes/week on what I practice, it is clear. For example, I have come to understand that the better I got with my hybrids, my total came took leaps and bounds. I also learned that by making my tee shots focus on aim as well as distance, I needed fewer long second shots. Same for the rest of my game.
It is that routine which is close to the ratio of shots I actually play that has allowed me to focus on the game as a whole. For example, I don't spend a ton of time on shots from bunkers. But getting my shots to stay more in line, I don't often hit bunkers and with the practice I do on my overall game, I don't fear them.
Now, I will bring evolvr.com into my game.
I have been waiting for the final verdict in this issue. In my unbiased opinion, the first time warning was a good call on the USGA's part. There was absolutely no need to change this youngster's future by taking away her amateur status. It seems the USGA did a fair investigation of the issue.
She learned a lesson, and is now able to carry on with what ever her amateur status brings forth for her. A possible scholarship for a free education is a pretty good deal for any youngster..
Yes, I know. Rules are rules, breaking rules of any kind have consequences. I know in my own past, ( probably my future too) I have broken rules of one kind or another. I doubt there is anyone on this forum who hasn't broke a rule of some kind, some where in their past or future. It's because I am not perfect human being that I think in this case, the USGA made the right decision with a first time warning.