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  1. Found an interesting article that touches on this topic a bit: https://www.paulhurrion.com/media/investigation-into-the-effect-of-moveable-putter-head-weights/
  2. I'm going through some experiments with the Mizuno M-craft IV that I just picked up. I started messing around with the included weight kit, tried something a little different. I put the 13g weight in the heel and the 3g weight in the toe. My impression is that I can feel the toe flow in the stroke better and somehow it seems to help me square the face at impact more consistently and hit the sweet spot more consistently. This has only been at home so far putting about 10ft on a practice mat. I'm concerned what it will feel like for longer putts, and will have to get back out to the cours
  3. I'm going through something similar with the Mizuno M-craft IV that I just picked up. I started messing around with the included weight kit, tried something a little different. I put the 13g weight in the heel and the 3g weight in the toe. My impression is that I can feel the toe flow in the stroke better and somehow it seems to help me square the face at impact more consistently and hit the sweet spot more consistently. This has only been at home so far putting about 10ft on a practice mat. I'm concerned what it will feel like for longer putts, and will have to get back out to the cour
  4. Cool, thanks. I'm not in a rush, so I'll keep an eye out for that bag.
  5. Looking for a new bag. I’ve been using a Sun Mountain 14 way stand bag on my Clicgear 3.5 for years. It works well enough, and I have the stand bag pad thing that helps keep it steady, but it is getting beat. Thinking I would like to move to a cart bag style, but open to suggestions.
  6. That's too bad. I've got a set from years ago that are top quality.
  7. Robert Mark head covers used to be huge around here years https://www.robertmarkgolf.com
  8. Trying a flat cat standard tak on my L neck spider tour right now with promising results.
  9. Oh, is the spider tour not a good all around choice for a typical public course?
  10. I just went the other way. I've been using an blank Anser Milled for several years, and just got a silver Spider Tour with L neck. I typically prefer milled face putters, but think this Spider might really help out inside 10ft.
  11. I almost grabbed one of those before I bought the triple track 2-ball. They look pretty nice too.
  12. Yes, yes, those are nice, fellas. But what about the 2-Ball Triple Track with the Microhinge Star insert? No one here is using one of those?
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