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  1. That's Dustin Johnson's putter you're thinking of.
  2. The older SS grips are a pain in the a** to get on, they're much tighter and need plenty of solvent. I usually have to really press straight on from the end of the grip, I've even used a rubber mallet to tap it the last inch or two. The newer ones are a little easier to get on. As for removal, I've just cut them off because I don't have a grip needle/pump.
  3. Not my style of putter but some pretty slick looking sticks being posted here.
  4. I'll pull the PW for a little bump/chip and run action plenty of times from about 25-40 away from the pin.
  5. Weird not seeing him rolling the White Hot #1
  6. Loved the White Hot XG insert.
  7. This used to be the norm back in the day, but given today's society, probably not such a great idea. The fans in golf already get pretty close to the players as it is.
  8. Hand me down from my dad's old set. Couldn't hit it worth a damn. Used to tee off with a 2 or 3 iron on most holes instead.
  9. I'm a high handicapper so I need forgiveness and loft. Reaching and holding the green is a luxury for me at my level.
  10. First wedges that really worked for me were the Cleveland CG14's. I have used the Mizuno 10 series and liked them and now have the T20's and love them.
  11. I think they came out with the pistol the same time they added the counter core option so all of the pistol grips come with the flattened top. The older grips seem to be the only ones I find with the rounded top.
  12. Depends on the day. What I appreciate about it's trickiness is that in any given round a trunk slammer might be able to pull off a shot or a putt that a pro makes and the next shot they get completely humbled.
  13. I've had both and hung on to the O Works, I like the firmer feel.
  14. I picked up a CPO Austin over the winter. I want to say that it didn't even advertise a headcover and came with a Toulon HC. I'd agree with maybe giving a call and see if they'd be willing to rectify it. Maybe it depends on condition, I bought a Excellent or Like New. Otherwise you can find a stock Toulon blade HC on ebay for about $20
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