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Just thinking about trading in my Studio Laguna 2 and getting a Golo. Anyone have any comments or use a Golo, if so how do you like it?

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Never admit to buying an anchored putter on this site - you may be called a non-traditionalist, told you are using a crutch, told you are ruining the game or just called crazy!

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Originally Posted by meenman

Never admit to buying an anchored putter on this site - you may be called a non-traditionalist, told you are using a crutch, told you are ruining the game or just called crazy!

Alright man thanks for the tip! But im talking about a a regular length 33" Golo, not the longer anchored ones!

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Can't make a recommendation other than to say that you can never go wrong with a Scotty. Personally I went fron the newport 2 to the Big Sur S

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Originally Posted by meenman

Never admit to buying an anchored putter on this site - you may be called a non-traditionalist, told you are using a crutch, told you are ruining the game or just called crazy!

It's a good thing someone gave it to me. Scotty Futura Mid 41.5" belly. You can't go wrong with a Scotty GoLo. Sweet!

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With huge buzz on Tour, Scotty’s GoLo mallet answers the call for a modern mallet with performance the pros can trust. Years of design have come together for what could be regarded as the perfect mallet. Balance and setup are pristine. The shape sculpted in pleasing contours that culminate in a look and feel that could be described as “buttery soft”. Incorporate the racy Cherry Dots, sleek sight lines and customizable weighting setup, and you’ve got a putter that can only help you GoLo.

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Thanks Guys! Im hoping to either sell or trade my current Scotty because I tried going back to blade, but I just like the weight and feel of a mallet putter better.

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