Blade Putters with adjustable weights?

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gunmetalgunmetal IdahoMembers  1915WRX Points: 183Posts: 1,915 Platinum Tees
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Can anyone name any blade putters that have adjustable weight systems other than the new Ping and Never Compromise GM2 Exchange? Not sure either of those suit me but really want something where I can throw a bunch of weight in the toe.
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  • nosilnosil Members  798WRX Points: 67Posts: 798 Golden Tee
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    Might help if you give us some ideas of why they don't suit you. You could try a Bobby Grace M-series, a cameron studio select, or yes dianna.
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    gunmetal wrote on Jan 26 2009, 09:05 PM:
    Can anyone name any blade putters that have adjustable weight systems other than the new Ping and Never Compromise GM2 Exchange? Not sure either of those suit me but really want something where I can throw a bunch of weight in the toe.




    Depending on what your definiation of "blade" is, I would definitely recommend a new line of putters simply called MACHINE! image/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />



    -Dave B.
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  • nobreak1970nobreak1970 Members  586WRX Points: 0Posts: 586
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    Can't go wrong with that for sure.

    Goodluck and godspeed at the PGA show Dave. image/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />

    (I look forward to the pics.)





    Peace.
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  • gunmetalgunmetal IdahoMembers  1915WRX Points: 183Posts: 1,915 Platinum Tees
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    nosil wrote on Jan 26 2009, 10:28 PM:
    Might help if you give us some ideas of why they don't suit you. You could try a Bobby Grace M-series, a cameron studio select, or yes dianna.




    Just because I'm a cheap SOB, lol! Didn't know that Dianna had that - nor did I know that the Cameron Studio Select did. Cool - not that that helps with my attempt at frugality. Thanks.
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