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  1. This is interesting because I'm more successful with using my wrists for putts 6ft or less. I was also told putting is a personal thing. I go back an forth and it all depends how I'm feeling that day
  2. Considering muscle back blades

    I got Titliest 712 AP1s to help me with my game. I joined a country club and have been playing 6 days a week. The AP1s were too hot off the face and I would miss greens or spray 100 yards into a hazard. I decided to take the plunge and get fitted for Titleist 712 MBS 3 thru P. I love them, but I took the 3 out of my bag and use a 7 wood. Since I can practice alot I now hit my 4 iron MB accurately. I had to make some adjustments but I found having a proper strong grip to be helpful in striking the ball down the middle. With the MBs I get the magic bounces and hit greens. If I do miss hit a shot its not spraying 150 yards less. It's a personal preference and I found I love the feel of blades. There's nothing like feeling the shot. I know right away if I struck the ball well. I can't doubt myself when looking down at the tiny 4 iron head. If I do then shit happens. Golf is mental and I use what I think will work for me. I believe and I'm happy I made the switch. It's constant work......
  3. Scotty Cameron and Aftermarket Weights

    I agree! I buy Gibson guitars. The pickups suck so I always change them! Same goes with golf gear! I never use stock shafts for my driver or fairway woods. That's just me.
  4. Scotty Cameron and Aftermarket Weights

    If it makes you sleep better then send your putter to Scotty Cameron. I personally think the high quality after market weights work fine.
  5. Scotty Cameron and Aftermarket Weights

    I have owned several Scotty Cameron putters. I personally don't want to ship my putter and be without it for 5 weeks! I have purchased after market weights and got the tool to unscrew them. It's easy and I personally like having a weight kit so I can adjust in real time. The after market weights I purchased were not cheap! I like them and they do fit. I love Scotty Cameron putters but he should sell his weight kits online and call it a day! http://www.hirekogolf.com/index.php/translucent-replacement-weights-for-scotty-cameron-putters-10g-x-2-blue-8027.html