Some new Heavy putter options comming soon!!

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juicyjuicejuicyjuice Members  263WRX Points: 55Posts: 263 Greens
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For you guys who are into the heavy putter, they have a nice new series comming out which will be about 100g lighter than previous models, this time they have some very traditional shapes as well like a anser or newport style blade and a very nice looking Zing type model....just thought I would share with guys!!!
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  • 307golf307golf Powder River, Let'er Buck! Members  1408WRX Points: 55Posts: 1,408 Bunkers
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    I've recently picked up a DF C2 model and am really liking the heavy putter. Takes some getting used to, but I really like this 'system'.
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  • klausdudeklausdude Members  591WRX Points: 92Posts: 591 Golden Tee
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    juicyjuice wrote on Jan 19 2009, 05:41 AM:
    For you guys who are into the heavy putter, they have a nice new series comming out which will be about 100g lighter than previous models, this time they have some very traditional shapes as well like a anser or newport style blade and a very nice looking Zing type model....just thought I would share with guys!!!




    Can you post more pics? Thanks.
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  • iteachgolfiteachgolf Members  17148WRX Points: 1,345Posts: 17,148 Titanium Tees
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    they feel a LOT better to me. Similar in balance to a regular putter. The also have a rossie style mallet and Newport 2 head that isn't all thick and deep. Head shape and size are very similar to standard putters. Was impressed by the new offerings.
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