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  1. [quote name='Nessism' timestamp='1411301873' post='10156425'] Noise like that from Ping's is common. There is a lot of clearance between the shaft tip and the wall of the hosel, and if the shaft isn't sitting perfectly centered or if there is some anomaly with the bonded joint they make noise. In most instances the noise is just a nuisance and nothing serious. It's hard to judge over the internet though. You might want to call Ping and send in the clubs for them to evaluate. Most of the time they will take care of these things for a very nominal fee or even free. You have to pay shippin
  2. So I bought a set of Ping G15 around 2010, with TFC 149 TFC149 I Reg Graphite Shafts. I bought them used, but in very good condition. I had the lies changed a little bit, I was with the golf tech when he did this, no damage was made to the shafts then. Later I changed grips on the clubs, I don't think I was with the golf tech this time. So, between 2011-2014 I haven't had the opportunity to play much, if at all. The clubs has been stored in my home, where it is rather dry. In the room where I store the clubs it's as coldest around 72 *F / 22 *C in the winter and reaching around 90 *F /
  3. What do you think?I'll try to define toe hang, please comment, preferably by rewriting the defintion and trying to improve it! Imagine a 3 dimensional Cartesian coordinate system. Place the putter shaft along the z-axis. There, imagine it hanging freely, supported along the z-axis, but able to rotate around the z-axis. A gravitational force directed in the direction (0,-1,0) forces the club to rotate, mainly because of the force it exerts to the clubhead. Now register how the club face is pointed. Take the leading edge of the club head, project that line directly onto the x-y-plane. Mo
  4. [quote name='jeffrey r' timestamp='1291685154' post='2827252'] [quote name='nicekindtrue' timestamp='1291627011' post='2825966'] Great! Please check the toe hang, you can read about it here: [url="http://www.purepointgolf.com/forums/entry.php?10-Find-the-Right-Putter-Putter-Model-amp-Style"]http://www.purepoint...Model-amp-Style[/url] Though when checking the angle, let the putter balance on the shaft, don't touch the grip or head. I don't get why he touches the grip in the pictures. A face balanced putter would be 0 degrees. A bullseye putter 90 degrees. An anser model usually around
  5. [quote name='jeffrey r' timestamp='1291685154' post='2827252'] [quote name='nicekindtrue' timestamp='1291627011' post='2825966'] Great! Please check the toe hang, you can read about it here: [url="http://www.purepointgolf.com/forums/entry.php?10-Find-the-Right-Putter-Putter-Model-amp-Style"]http://www.purepoint...Model-amp-Style[/url] Though when checking the angle, let the putter balance on the shaft, don't touch the grip or head. I don't get why he touches the grip in the pictures. A face balanced putter would be 0 degrees. A bullseye putter 90 degrees. An anser model usually around
  6. [quote name='jeffrey r' timestamp='1291573496' post='2824622'] [quote name='tucker500' timestamp='1291433223' post='2822522'] Not positive if this has the toe hang you are looking for but it's got the neck and MOI you want. [url="http://www.odysseygolf.com/Global/en-US/Products/Putters/WhiteIce/WhiteIceSabertooth2Putter.html"]http://www.odysseygo...oth2Putter.html[/url] Odyssey White Ice Sabertooth 2 [/quote] I recently picked up a Sabretooth 2 from callaway preowned, and from playing around inside, it's a fantastic putter. Very well balanced, and so smooth back and forth. I don't
  7. I wanted to note this in the thread: It seems almost non-existent to find a high MOI putter (like the Ping Craz-e One) with a toe hang around 45 degrees. This might be because (I'm not fresh enough to verify this 100%) that with such a high MOI and toe hang closing the clubhead will require too high a torque / moment, and thus will render the putter difficult to use. This is because toe hang is a kind of indicator of where the mass center of the putter is located relative to the shaft axis. Much toe hang means longer away from the shaft axis, if you to this add a high MOI design the torque
  8. [quote name='CWB' timestamp='1291471694' post='2822920'] Just some quick ideas Put a light weight in heel and the heaviest in toe to try to get toe hang? Rife Tour Blade 2 BAR TOUR HYBRID MALLET 34" HC & KIT PING IWI B60 not sure on the toe hang on these Never Compromise NCX-Ray Beta Putter never compromise GM2 weight kit line? Odyssey Golf White Hot XG Marxman Mini ODYSSEY GOLF WHITE HOT XG MARXMAN BLADE Odyssey DFX 2-Ball Blade I know some may not be Mallets but they may no be typical blades. I'm looking for a flow neck putters in the same category. Odyssey Marxman to
  9. [quote name='choeppner' timestamp='1291467964' post='2822873'] Are you looking for strictly OTR or are you looking at customs as well? Thanks -Chris [/quote] Let me put it this way, I'm probably looking for a price under 250 USD...
  10. [quote name='kgeorge78' timestamp='1291432698' post='2822506'] wow I sold my squareback 1 for 260 [/quote] In the UK SB2 are 179 GB = 279 USD NEW incl. 17.5 % VAT from cheapest reg. Titleist dealers.
  11. [quote name='Bobbers' timestamp='1291430634' post='2822434'] Assuming they're part of the shaft, i.e. uniform in depth, equally spaced, etc. they're intended to 'stiffen' the shaft so it doesn't flex when putting. [/quote] Yes they are uniform, and "factory".
  12. [quote name='tucker500' timestamp='1291433223' post='2822522'] Not positive if this has the toe hang you are looking for but it's got the neck and MOI you want. [url="http://www.odysseygolf.com/Global/en-US/Products/Putters/WhiteIce/WhiteIceSabertooth2Putter.html"]http://www.odysseygo...oth2Putter.html[/url] Odyssey White Ice Sabertooth 2 [/quote] Yes, I had my eyes on that too. Looks great in the MOI department, but from what I can tell (guessing) from the rep. holding it in this movie it does not look like 45 degrees toe hang. [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6l0Zgbz_tE"]http:
  13. Why?The image is from a (standard) Rife putter shaft, it's a True Temper. Why does it have these indentations?
  14. [quote name='Buddyjay' timestamp='1291368565' post='2821103'] I understand the fascination of being a putter ho. As with other collections, (stamps, knives, bottles, etc.) the owners see an inner beauty and a sense of pride when owning one. BUT, like some of my examples, these items do NOT get used. They are just to be admired. My question is... if you are going to use the (ordered) putter, how do you know that you will like the feel? A putter that is going to be used, needs to have a great feel to it. Many of these putters are bought sight unseen. The potential owners do not get a chance
  15. Like the Odyssey White Hot 7Looking for high MOI mallet type putters with plumbers neck and 45 degree toe hang I'm looking for a putter that is more forgiving, that is have higher moment of inertia (MOI), than your standard Anser putter. But still have a plumbers neck and 45 degrees of toe hang, just like an Anser putter. I would love to use a high MOI face balanced putter, since there are so many choices (I loved my Ping JAS Craz-e One) but those putters don't fit my putting stroke and I can't feel where the clubhead is. Graeme McDowell, as an example, has used his Odyssey White Hot #7 (pr
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