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  1. I took this putter in a trade and have not had a chance to use it. Better off in your hands than in my office. 34.5”, Iomic grip and tungsten weights added ($250 upcharge at Ping WRX). It’s in great shape as you can see. I will ship with a generic Ping head cover. I may consider a putter trade. Let me know what you have. The worst I can do is say nah. $old OBRO. USPS Priority.
  2. David often uses upside down 7’s for “L’s”.
  3. Bettinardi Slotback, 35”, comes with head cover pictured. Very gently used as can be seen in the photos. These are $450 retail. $old USPS Priority (or best offer)
  4. It’s clearly the classic Anser 4 and not a prototype.
  5. From Golf Digest this week: “Thompson won the old-school way with bag full of old and new Ping clubs, including a putter that he picked up at a municipal course when he was 16 nearly two decades ago. The Ping Anser 4, which he also used when he won the Honda Classic in 2013, keyed his victory as he picked up two strokes on the field on the greens during the final round. Thompson likes the lighter weight of the putter, which was new in the early 1980s when putters weighed generally about 10 percent less than they do now. He closed the tournament with a 15-foot birdie on the par-5 finishing hole
  6. No, I saw a bunch of up close shots of his putter in the 3M. It was definitely the classic Ping Anser 4 (with original neck).
  7. Yes, Kaymer used that Karsten Anser 2 for years with great success. I’ve stopped chasing the perfect milled putter myself, oftentimes using a classic Zing, Anser 2 or My Day.
  8. So cool to see him using an old classic. He rolled it so well the entire tournament! Use what works.
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