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On April 9, 2016 at 8:37 PM, jsgolfer said:

Played today And of course used the wedges, first true chip of the day went in for a birdie. :banana:

Love the feel of the clubs, can't wait to play more with them. 

Time to change the signature ... :-)

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6 hours ago, the fish said:

Putter looks awesome! When do get to take it out for a round?

I'll go to putting green today, but on the course will be tomorrow afternoon.

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I find it interesting that most of the images posted of the Edel putters are typically very simplistic in alignment markings. Most of them have very few lines on them.

@jsgolfer, when you were fitted did they try out any alignment lines on the putter? If so, then how off did they make you aim compared to the putter you had made for you? 

I always found it interesting how one two lines can totally throw off your ability to line up a putter. 

 

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15 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

I find it interesting that most of the images posted of the Edel putters are typically very simplistic in alignment markings. Most of them have very few lines on them.

@jsgolfer, when you were fitted did they try out any alignment lines on the putter? If so, then how off did they make you aim compared to the putter you had made for you? 

I always found it interesting how one two lines can totally throw off your ability to line up a putter. 

 

You are dead on, during the fitting I was pretty good with one line, but add two or three lines and I would be way offline.  He even did just dots and it comes out that I aim the putter more accurately when there were no lines.  Go figure.  And I was way off with three lines on a putter.  No wonder I missed so many putts with my old putters.  :~(

 

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6 hours ago, jsgolfer said:

I'll go to putting green today, but on the course will be tomorrow afternoon.

Nice. I'm itching to get mine. My fitting was two weeks ago. I haven't seen any emails from them, but from what I've gathered it seems about a month for the putter to arrive. Patience is hard!

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14 hours ago, the fish said:

Nice. I'm itching to get mine. My fitting was two weeks ago. I haven't seen any emails from them, but from what I've gathered it seems about a month for the putter to arrive. Patience is hard!

I received mine in 21 business days from the fitting. Which is about what I expected from the email, 17 business days to make and a couple of days for shipment.  

I went to putting green and practiced with it, however they had just punched the greens so I made some putts and missed some putts but the feel so far is great. Playing later today, so we'll see how that goes 

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On 4/26/2016 at 5:33 AM, jsgolfer said:

I received mine in 21 business days from the fitting. Which is about what I expected from the email, 17 business days to make and a couple of days for shipment.  

I went to putting green and practiced with it, however they had just punched the greens so I made some putts and missed some putts but the feel so far is great. Playing later today, so we'll see how that goes 

It's Wednesday.

How come we don't have an update?! :whistle:

 

Your wedges and putter look great!  I'm very envious and wish I were liquid enough to get myself irons and Edel wedges and putter.  Haha.

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On April 28, 2016 at 9:50 PM, RFKFREAK said:

It's Wednesday.

How come we don't have an update?! :whistle:

 

Your wedges and putter look great!  I'm very envious and wish I were liquid enough to get myself irons and Edel wedges and putter.  Haha.

First round with it, I had a hard time getting a feel for the greens but the greens had just been punched and sanded right before I played.  Second round, which was today, was much better, although the greens were also punched and sanded.  Will be nice when I can play on a normal green.  But after two rounds, it is going well.

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Today's round at Championsgate National Course went well.  42-36-78 Greens were in really good shape and I only had 1 three putt which was from 70 feet.  Can't wait to play with this for years.

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8 hours ago, jsgolfer said:

Can't wait to play with this for years.

So rad. 

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2 hours ago, jsgolfer said:

Played Championsgate International Golf Coirse today, no three putts, must be the Edel putter

Nicely done, sir.

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I was just fit for an Edel putter this morning.  The fitting is great...very analytical, one step at a time.  The only part that was tough for me was determining the weights required for proper distance control.  My stroke itself is still so inconsistent that it was tough to evaluate, but I think I got the best combo (of head/grip weighting) for me.

I can't wait for it to show up.  My old putter had me aiming off to the right (and then "pulling" puts unconsciously to compensate), so I'm excited to try it out.  I wanted something very minimalist in the stampings...all paint fill one color, and nothing on the face (other than the dots).

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