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  • Kingston Putter Review
    Review: Kingston KP1 and KP2 Putters

    Pros: Solid sound at impact and consistent distance on mishits. These are classic-styled putters with a minimalist look. Custom stamping and sight lines are available. Cons: Upper tier price point ($279). There’s only one finish option and one...

    • Posted 36 days ago
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    Review: Bettinardi BB55 Putter

    Pros: The BB55 feels very stable and smooth during the stroke. The three sight lines and bulbous side panels nicely frame the ball at address. Counter-balanced model available. Cons: For an aluminum putter it actually feels pretty good,...

    • Posted 99 days ago
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    Review: Bettinardi 2014 BB Series Putters

    Pros: 100% milled, with a very soft feel at impact. The Hyper-Honeycomb face finish is stunning, and is a nice modern touch to these classic putters. Cons: They’re expensive ($299), and only come in one head weight (353...

    • Posted 99 days ago
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    Review: Cleveland Classic Collection HB 1 Putter

    Pros: The Cleveland Classic HB 1 costs only $99, yet it offers the clean look and soft feel of more expensive putters. It’s available in two finishes, black pearl and the satin chrome. Cons: No removable weights, but...

    • Posted 105 days ago
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  • SuperStroke Flatso, Flatso Mid and Flatso Ultra putter grip revie
    Review: SuperStroke Flatso, Flatso Mid and Flatso Ultra putter grips

    Pros: The wide, flat section on the front of the grips helps fill up a golfer’s hands, which can add stability to their stroke and help relieve tension. The pistol-style backing provides more “reminders” for hand placement than...

    • Posted 125 days ago
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    Review: Axis 1 Joey Putter

    Pros: The Joey putter has a great weight and a nice, responsive feel when struck. It gave me one of the purest rolls I’ve ever had. Cons: The unique style can take a little getting used to visually....

    • Posted 133 days ago
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    Review: Kenny Giannini G-4 “No-Neck” putter

    Pros: The slightly thicker body and single sight line make the G-4 easy to square up to the target line. The glare-free PVD Black finish is easy on the eyes. Cons: Off-center hits are not as forgiving...

    • Posted 182 days ago
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    Cleveland Smart Square Putter: Editor Review

    Pros: Square alignment aids make it incredibly easy to aim, and the face insert feels soft and rolls the ball well. There won’t be any glare issues, even on the brightest of days, thanks to the matte black finish....

    • Posted 198 days ago
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    TaylorMade Ghost Tour Putters: Editor Review

    Pros: The heavier weight of the putter combined with a new, softer insert gives the new Ghost Tour putters a fantastic feel. The site lines parallel to the dominant alignment line assist with set up, and the...

    • Posted 200 days ago
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  • Brex BG-1 putter spotlight
    Brex Golf BG-1 Putter: Editor Review

    Pros: Unique “Half-Pipe alignment system” helps golfers keep their eyes directly over the ball, if that’s their goal. The interchangeable hosel design is an excellent feature that adds yet another level of precision when fitting a putter...

    • Posted 239 days ago
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    Review: Kenny Giannini G-3 Slimline II putter

    Pros: Like all of Giannini’s putters, the G-3 Slimline II has a classic look and finish, and offers superb feel and feedback. It sets up very square, and treats golfers to a pleasing sound at impact. Cons: Those...

    • Posted 270 days ago
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  • Kuchar Putter Spotlight-1
    Bettinardi Kuchar Model 1 Putter: Editor Review

    Pros: Very stable during the stroke, and unbelievably good looking at address. The F.I.T. Face feels soft, and the Pewter PVD finish is both beautiful and durable. Cons: With arm lock putters, length is flexible. But golfers will need...

    • Posted 324 days ago
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    SeeMore Z Series Tour Limited: Editor Review

    Pros: The removable tungsten weights in the sole allow golfers to fine tune head weight, and the grooved hitting area on the 303 Stainless Steel heads gets the ball rolling quickly. Cons: Those who forward press the putter defeat the purpose of...

    • Posted 350 days ago
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    Odyssey “Tank” Putter: Editor Review

    Pros: Thanks to the balance between its heavier head, heavier shaft and heavier grip, the Tank is a counter-balanced putter that doesn’t feel like one. We love the beefier head shape, and the White Hot insert and heavy, soft...

    • Posted 397 days ago
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  • TaylorMade Daddy Long Legs putter
    TaylorMade Daddy Long Legs: Editor Review

    Pros: One of the most stable putters we’ve ever tested. The head is bigger than the original Spider, but the removal of the bar in the back of the putter head has a slimming effect, giving it...

    • Posted 398 days ago
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    Miura KM-005 Putter Review

    By pitbull808 I’ve played many Miura putters through the years.  Many who know me personally or my WITB know that there are not many putters made that haven’t gone in my bag at least once.  I’ve become pretty much...

    • Posted 584 days ago
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    Odyssey Metal-X #7 Editor Review

    PROS: Easy to align, aided by the 3 alignment lines and the 2 wings. I like the feel of the stock Lamkin 3Gen grip, I would consider keeping it over something aftermarket. The midnight black finish helps...

    • Posted 618 days ago
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    Cleveland Never Compromise Sub30 Putter Review

    From Cleveland: Never Compromise Sub30 Series: More Control On Every Putt The softest feeling putter in the Never Compromise line, Sub 30 putters also feature superior heel-toe weighting for accuracy, forgiveness and distance control. Golfers who prefer...

    • Posted 712 days ago
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    Odyssey Flip Face Putter Review

    by goldenhawk Product Information from Odyssey: The new Flip Face Putters are an adjustable masterpiece unlike anything else in golf. Golfers now have the ability to own two putters in one, with one side of the Face featuring the new Metal-X insert...

    • Posted 713 days ago
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    Odyssey ProType Line of Premium Milled Putters

    Line Includes Six Tour-Proven Models Made from 1025 Carbon Steel These are incredible in person. Just beautifully crafted and impressive. They feel damn solid and there are head, paint fill and grip options and models for pretty...

    • Posted 717 days ago
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    Odyssey ProType Tour 2-Ball Putter Review

    Early Review by Min (full Review coming) The model reviewed is the ProType Tour Series in the 2-Ball model at 34″. So here is a short review from my findings on the putting green yesterday. Although the...

    • Posted 717 days ago
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    Scotty Cameron Golo S Review

    Early Review by BluCat61- (Long term review coming) We just picked up a Golo s (straight shafted). I love it so far, but have only been practice putting. I’ll game it today. Here are my observations so...

    • Posted 717 days ago
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    PING Nome Putter Review

    by getmeouttajersey The PING Nome was released in early April after it exploded onto the scene when Hunter Mahan dismantled the field at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. It then gained even more praise a few weeks...

    • Posted 718 days ago
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    TaylorMade Ghost Manta Belly Putter Review

    by member SheriffBooth TESTED: TaylorMade Ghost Manta Belly Putter 47” PLAYER PROFILE: Age:35 Ht: 6’4” Wt: 185 Yrs Playing: 20 Hcp: 3.4 My game: I was scratch as recently as 2007, but work, marriage and children are slowly eroding...

    • Posted 723 days ago
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    PING Scottsdale ZB S Putter Editor Review

    GolfWRX Editor Review by bpark1210 First off big ups to GolfWRX and HipCheck for the opportunity to test and review this putter for the GolfWRX community. It is a honor to be selected and to know that...

    • Posted 804 days ago
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    The Big Review – Radius Classic 2 Putter

    Due to launch on Thursday 27th at the PGA Merchandising Show, Radius is a new putter manufacturer and is the brainchild of Graham Webb and Peter Lord, the two guys behind the design and success of VEGA...

    • Posted 1184 days ago
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  • Never Compromise Preparing To Gamble

    by Scott MacLeod, via In 2007 SRI-Sports, the parent company to Srixon and Cleveland Golf, acquired Cleveland Golf and their putter brand affiliate Never Compromise. Since that time Never Compromise had basically floated in the marketplace,...

    • Posted 1239 days ago
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    Mizuno 2011 Line-Up

    The new line-up from Mizuno sees 2 new wedges, 2 new putters and no less than 4 new irons. The irons are probably the pick of the 2011 line-up with the JPX lines replacing the higher end...

    • Posted 1324 days ago
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  • The Big Review – TaylorMade Rossa Corza Ghost

    Anyone who has attended a recent PGA Tour event and wandered over the the putting green will have seen TaylorMade’s most recent, and most eye-catching, addition to their putter line up. The Ghost range of putters has...

    • Posted 1354 days ago
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  • Bettinardi Putters – 2010 BB Line

    Pros: A piece of art! Perfect combination of sound and feel. Well balanced. Crisp lines that flow from heel to toe. Made in the USA. Other putter manufacturers take note, Bob Bettinardi is coming on strong in...

    • Posted 1548 days ago
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