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12 months ago
12 months ago
I currently have a really old putter and am open to any pinions others have about what kind of putter to get i would like something with nice feel and control and thats not to difficult to use.
Any ideas ??
i have tried loads of putters over the last year. But it is a personal thing really.
i have used competitive putters too. But I have just bought a Scottie Cameron golo s putter and the feel of it is fantastic better than anything I have ever used to tried. So easy to maintain club head control. I am putting like a demon at the moment.
i would say that putting is not just the putter but routine too. But this putter gives so much confidence and milled face gives great impact control.
if I were looking I would definitely consider this club or one in the range. In a round of golf it is the most used club so well worth the investment.
My putter is here for life, now.
good luck as I have gone through the pain and cost but it was worth it.
Hope this helps
try the scotty cameron futura x dual balance with thicker grip which helps stability through the stroke it is easy to use hope this helps
I'm a bit of a traditionalist and use a Studio Select Newport 2 with a Custom Ship mid-size grip. I love the clean look of that style of putter. As has already been pointed out though, putters are such a personal thing. One man's mean is another man's poison.
Speak to your local pro and try out different styles.
thank you for the advice really helped and I am definitely going to consider getting one
11 months ago