F2 Hamilton

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Anyone tried this putter? I don't usually fall for infomericals but this one held my interest and I purchased one. Only been able to use it on carpet since it is 24* and 7" of snow where I live.



Has a good "feel" and I like the way it sets up. Easy to align.
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  • siroissirois Members  191WRX Points: 0Posts: 191
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    Which F2 one of Hamilton putters? The regular ones or the big luv prototype? If you're looking for some info on the big luv you can find some info here:



    http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/index.php?sh...&hl=big+luv



    Eric
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  • golfboybluesgolfboyblues golfboyblues Members  11WRX Points: 0Posts: 11
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    It is the HM-4 model.
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  • djl0657djl0657 Members  353WRX Points: 0Posts: 353
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    I located one at an on-line site for a reduced price and bought it (the blade version). I tried a few weight combinations and spent some time on the putting green with it and was surprised that I liked it as much as I did, BUT found the quality of the head to be suspect (very rough edges and a finish work on the back of the putter, the insert part was fine). I also didn't care for the way the face was toed in at address. I used to have a tendency to pull putts and this gave me nightmares; the thought of a must make with the face set so far left. The one that I bought had a see through putter grip (don't see them much lately), didn't care much for it either. All in all, not my favorite putter.



    When I bought my TM BURNER five wood, I took the HAMILTON along for trade fodder and the shop gave me nearly what I paid for it at the reduced price. It was not among the used putters on my last visit, so someone bought it. Not horrible, just not to my liking.
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