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  1. 1. How many Putters do you have?

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    • 6 or more

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Wilson Staff 8875

Wilson Staff 8881

Scotty Cameron 009

Seemore Si-4 which is currently in the bag, and I love.

I prefer the SC to the 8875, but like the 8881 better than both. The SeeMore is the best putter I have ever used.

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I just came across an old Slotline Inertial that I just loved 30 or so years ago.  I'll take it to the practice green tomorrow and see if I like it again.  I also have the matching Chipper.  Blast from the past for sure.

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Just the one ....Odyssey XG 7.....but I'm switching the stock grip to the Black Widow Widow Maker mid-size grip that just arrived to see if that cures what ails me.

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I only have one.  I also only have only one driver but for some reason I have 4 iron sets and 5 wedges.  I also have 2 hybrids despite not being able to hit any of them well and I keep none in the bag unless it is one of the 2 times a year I go to the range.  I know this doesn't make much sense considering that I hit my putter and driver about 42 times per round and all the others about 51.  So I have 2 clubs I will hit 42 times a round and 41 clubs that I will hit 51 times a round.

Edit: I also now carry a 3w and have another 5w that I don't use so now it is 43 clubs.

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I have three Yes! putters.  A Tracy, a Carolyne, and a Nicky.  One will be in the bag, one in the trunk of my car, and the other in the closet at home depending on how they are behaving.  Carolyne had been in the bag for about six months but got ditched for Tracy again recently.  Over the past couple of years, Tracy has behaved the best and Nicky, while extremely beautiful, can not be considered very faithful.

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I sense a business opportunity here to create a "Putter Exchange", basically a Netflix for putters.   For a regular fee members can try out different putters in search of something that works or just to play with a lot of different types.     You could donate a putter to the Exchange and get credit for future rentals as well.    Kind of a "Putter of the Month" club.

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