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Cutting down belly putter

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Hi I've recently bought a ping Scottsdale pickmeup belly putter. I'm wanting to cut the shaft down to35". I'm wanting to know if this will make a difference to the weight of the head and affect the swing? I've read someone's comments on another forum that it doesn't affect anything when cutting down belly putter it's more to do with broom handle one!? Anyone clear this up? Thanks
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I had my Ping belly putter cut down a few months ago. About 3 inches. Had a Super Stroker grip installed. I didn't really notice any difference in the head weight.

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Most times the head of a belly putter is heavier than the same head in a conventional putter. So when you cut it down it feels a little heavier. You may like it though. I didn't.

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I've hit another problem now. The core of a super stroke grip won't fit on the putter as it's shaft is too thick!!! Dunno what to do now. Think ping belly grip is 0.610 and super stroke is 0.580
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