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Callaway Tour Blue

  1. 5 stars (Best) (19 votes [48.72%])

    Percentage of vote: 48.72%

  2. 4 stars (14 votes [35.90%])

    Percentage of vote: 35.90%

  3. 3 stars (1 votes [2.56%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.56%

  4. 2 stars (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  5. 1 star (5 votes [12.82%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.82%

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#1 nearfall152

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Posted 25 April 2005 - 11:31 PM

I played this for three rounds...here's what I found:

Appearance - Look original with the blue finish, rotate the head in the sunlight and it has an irridescent finish that is again very original.  I chose that half mallet even  though I usually don't like them, but the look is very, very good.

Weighting - This puppy is face balanced...the only blue offereing that is.  Its nice and heavy,you can really feel the head throughout the stroke.  Tungsten weights in the bottom...nice touch.

'Feel' - Who would have thougt that titanium would feel this good?  It's a milled face...it feels as good as any Scotty or Bett I've tried.

Value - Try to find one used...I don't get where they think that people would pay what they're asking for this thing...don't get me wrong, I like it a lot...only one putter I lik better, but what is it 3 or 4 bills??  With no Scotty headcover??  ain't happening...Fleabay has them for around $150...that seems about right to me.

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#2 carrera

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Posted 16 July 2005 - 12:24 AM

I have the TT3 as well and would echo the above,  Very nice feel...easy to line up.  Mine is in my backup bag(s) though,,,right now prefer my Studio Stainless.

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#3 tildengolfer

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Posted 20 November 2005 - 06:54 PM

i do not really like the cally..i dont like the blue finish..and the feel, for the material is good..but i still prefer my studio stainless as well..but for 150 bucks...not bad

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Posted 23 November 2006 - 12:14 PM

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Callaway Golf Tour Blue

Get ready to meet your new best friend. The Callaway Golf Tour Blue Putter is the best putter we’ve ever created. From the flat-out innovation of its machine-milled titanium and tungsten head, to its gorgeous iridescent finish, you can be confident you’ll turn some heads, whether it’s in the bag or on the green.

TT1 - A rounded heel-toe-weighted blade style with a longer hosel and a full-shaft offset, with a single center sight line for alignment.

TT2 - A scoop-back blade style with a shorter hosel and a half shaft offset, with a single center sight line for alignment.

TT3 - A face-balanced scoop-back mallet style with a double bend shaft and two sight lines for alignment.

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Posted 02 January 2007 - 02:05 PM

picked up a tt1 2day but didnt get d  chance 2 use it yet lookin 4ward 2 usin ... ive seen dem round and i loved d finish .... glad 2 hear good comments for dat make of putter :)


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#6 G.Review

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Posted 21 January 2007 - 12:50 AM

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Everything about the Tour Blue is bound to impress — from the high-performance titanium-tungsten design to the unique iridescent metallic blue finish. A combination of tungsten and titanium leads to optimal weight distribution, while tungsten weights in the heel and the toe significantly increase forgiveness and help produce a smooth roll. And thanks to its 99% pure titanium construction, the Tour Blue delivers a pleasing, responsive feel, putt after putt. In short, this putter is both art and science, and loves to drain that putt.

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#7 koiuh11

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Posted 23 February 2007 - 03:52 AM

anyone have any reviews on this? i want one buy can't seem to find it anywhere. I've tried the tt2 and like the softness, but like the style of a 1 better. any opinions?

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#8 tulkaz

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Posted 23 February 2007 - 04:19 AM

View Postkoiuh11, on Feb 23 2007, 10:52 AM, said:

anyone have any reviews on this? i want one buy can't seem to find it anywhere. I've tried the tt2 and like the softness, but like the style of a 1 better. any opinions?

I found some here --> http://www.pricebust...hopscr2222.html

Not bad price either.

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#9 brooky333

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Posted 23 February 2007 - 05:13 AM

Nice man!



did they make these in left handed?

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Posted 08 May 2008 - 10:29 AM

I bought a 'Zing'-style TT2 after having a roll with it in a golf store and it's rapidly made itself very at home in my bag. I like half-shaft offset putters and for some reason I really get on well with this one.

Hard to know what to say about it really but it just seems to work for me. I've not had that many putters - Wilson TP XVIII, an old Anser 2, Scotty Pro-Plat Mil-Spec, Rossa Dayton 1 AGSI, Kevin Burns Model 1 and that's about it - but this one's given me better distance control than any other I've owned or tried.

Notable points might be that the shaft is very flexible (light?) and it doesn't seem to get on with ProV1 balls - they feel too mushy off the face to me although not a major issue as I don't play them. This could be an indication of the softness of the Ti head, I'm not sure but a couple of very gentle knocks has put two little nibbles in the top line so it's not the most durable.
Also, after about a year, some of the blue coloring has started to wear off the sole.

However, can't complain too much. I putted the lights out at the end of last year and won my first ever comp; my name's up on the clubhouse wall forever more thanks to this thing.  

Anyway, pace and distance control is what this putter seems to have given me and that's what putting is all about, especially when you hit your approaches as far away from the hole as I do. Is that down to 'feel'? I couldn't honestly say. It just seems to work.
I also demo'd the Ping Redwood Zing against the TT2 last year and had slight preference for my own stick although the Zing is no doubt a great club.

All in all, just very happy I had a few strokes with this in a golf store as it would never really have caught my eye, not being a Callaway fan and all that. It's changed my game markedly and I never feel the need to change it, which is quite a relief!
To be honest, I really should get a back up as well.

(I've just read all that back - that's a junk review, I've hardly said anything! Hands up - I can't put my finger on whay I like it and putt well with it. See if you can try one, maybe it'll work some magic in your hands too).


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#11 Cally UK

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Posted 27 May 2008 - 06:01 PM

Have a Tour Blue TT1.

Its a lovely putter nice off the face, heavy weighting and great when putting from distance. The only downside is the colour.

Would say a Scotty Pro Platinum is better but the Tour Blue's are a steal now a days!

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Posted 14 July 2008 - 07:37 AM

The Callaway TT1 has been my gamer for 2 years now, and it's pretty awesome. Awseome feel and lenght control + the look is really pleasing ín my eyes. Probably not worth the msrp when it came out though, but easily worth 200ish...

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Posted 24 July 2008 - 04:00 AM

The standard grip weighed in at 78g making the swing feel light (not to my liking). A kind member of this forum sent me a free Grip Master Stitched back leather grip weighing 56g (on my scales) improving the swing weight greatly. I also cut it down from 35in to 34in. The balance is just right for me now, coming from the light Ping's. It doesn't feel like a sledgehammer, but it is heavier which i like. Sometimes putters seem to float on the back swing IMO, but i like the low weighting of the putter and think this will be my "in the bag" stick. It has a thick top line which is different to my other putters and shallow back, personally i like it including the small sightline.


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#14 tanj

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Posted 24 July 2008 - 07:32 PM

Glad to see the Callaway love still going. I have a TT2 and absolutely love it. I think that the Callaway is one of the best feeling putters ever, especially for having no insert.

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Posted 20 April 2018 - 09:13 PM

I have a TT1 and I absolutely love it. I remember when it came out, it was going for $400 and I thought it was ridiculous. Maybe a year later and I bought it for $150 in the same store. Great putter, great feel and weight.


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