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Lots of toe hang, too risky?

Life on 14Life on 14 Members Posts: 16
Don’t feel like my stroke fits a toe hang like this but **** they just look right when I set up. Find myself opening the stance a bit and seeing the line better. Am I just being nostalgic wanting to go old school after seeing so much Arnold Palmer footage last week?



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  • tokeybtokeyb Gonna get better ClubWRX Charter Members Posts: 347
    Open stance is good, if it helps you see the line! And these are beauties. What the ****, man, life is short.
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  • Life on 14Life on 14 Members Posts: 16
    tokeyb wrote:


    Open stance is good, if it helps you see the line! And these are beauties. What the ****, man, life is short.
    right? and if it does not work out just keep buying putters. The wife loves that strategy
  • Krosch3Krosch3 Members Posts: 17 ✭✭
    I have a fairly straight back stroke when standing a bit more upright upright but never feel super comfortable. I picked up a similar design, a tour edge exotics 4.1. It is shorter at 33 and flatter lie and allows my hands to be lower towards my body which I like. This causes me to have a more arching stroke naturally. It has been great so far. It seems for me that comfort is huge with my putting. Those putters you posted look spectacular btw.
  • Life on 14Life on 14 Members Posts: 16
    Krosch3 wrote:


    I have a fairly straight back stroke when standing a bit more upright upright but never feel super comfortable. I picked up a similar design, a tour edge exotics 4.1. It is shorter at 33 and flatter lie and allows my hands to be lower towards my body which I like. This causes me to have a more arching stroke naturally. It has been great so far. It seems for me that comfort is huge with my putting. Those putters you posted look spectacular btw.




    Randomly popped up on Instagram, they have some nice stuff. This could get expensive
  • MaximilianMaximilian Advanced Members Posts: 1,299 ✭✭
    You could always get a cheaper, used heel shafted putter to try out before buying a "nice" one. I have a few that I enjoy using from time to time, but I know they are not the most consistent for me. I still make a few putts with them though.
  • kmay__kmay__ Advanced Members Posts: 196 ✭✭
    Lets use the classic equation here (N+1) , N being the number of putters you currently own.
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  • LeoLeo99LeoLeo99 Advanced Members Posts: 3,891 ✭✭
    kmay__ wrote:


    Lets use the classic equation here (N+1) , N being the number of putters you currently own.




    There is always room for one more.
  • Life on 14Life on 14 Members Posts: 16
    kmay__ wrote:


    Lets use the classic equation here (N+1) , N being the number of putters you currently own.




    I used to be a degenerate putter guy but purged a ton of them after my second kid was born. Just 2 now and none like this. I like the odyssey 9 also, just having a hard time finding the right one without an insert if possible
  • Rory McilwoodsRory Mcilwoods Advanced Members Posts: 182
    get fitted. Get a putter that suits your swing, not then other was around.
  • rufus manglerrufus mangler Advanced Members Posts: 1,654 ✭✭
    edited March 16
    or... you could just open your stance with any putter. It works with them all.



    Not much fun though. That middle one is calling my name.
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  • manfrey4611manfrey4611 Members Posts: 6 ✭✭
    Maximilian wrote:
    You could always get a cheaper, used heel shafted putter to try out before buying a "nice" one. I have a few that I enjoy using from time to time, but I know they are not the most consistent for me. I still make a few putts with them though.
    I second this. Confidence is key for putting and if that design is what you like then test it out beforehand. If it turns out that you putt well then drop the money on a higher end model that you like.
  • haakzillahaakzilla Haakzilla Advanced Members Posts: 348 ✭✭
    Life on 14 wrote:


    I like the odyssey 9 also, just having a hard time finding the right one without an insert if possible




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