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  1. I designed these 2 back in 2019. I still game the flow neck putter. I got updates ready to be milled, but we are buying a house in october, so golf equipment comes second atm.
  2. For 2250$ I would expect him to do a better job with the COG then just moving the sight line.
  3. Not exactly how I did it, but works aswell of course That's the beauty of Solidworks (and other CAD software), there are multiple ways of doing the same thing.
  4. I have made a couple of putters in CAD and then had them milled by my supplier. This is the next iteration for my 2021 putter. If you have any questions, Im sure I can help out. My job title is Machine designer and I spend 39 out of 40 hours in front of Solidworks unless a Machine is starting to be ready for building
  5. Huh, I did not know the tour fw did not have all that gimmick on top. Looks amazing, and yes, it looks like it towards the heel.
  6. The golf in "golf pride" should be centered over Pride. So its a fake.https://customcameron.co.uk/blogs/news/15744164-how-to-spot-a-fake-part-2-circle-t-pistolero
  7. Yikes, I will answer myself. After googling for a while, I saw a picture of the bottom of the putters (When the sole plate is removed) that the regular X5 has a ton of milling done underneath to remove weight, while the dual balance dont. So if anyone was wondering what I was, you need a milling machine to turn a dual balanced Scotty into a regular one.
  8. Hello everyone! Im helping my friend find a Scotty Cameron X5 putter and stumbled across a X5 dual balance. On Scottys web page, he states that the head is 50g heavier than the regular one. My question is, how are these 50g applied to the head? Because I would like to convert it to a regular X5. Is the head bigger? Weights heavier? Thanks in advance :)
  9. I just designed and received a 3 ton machine from our supplier in Germany using German stainless steel. I wonder how much I would get for the GSS if I would sell it to Scotty? Because apparently, it is VERY rare and hard to get, and apparently it is super expensive as well. Always funny to visit our supplier, they always get a good laugh when I talk to them about GSS in the putter world. And germans dont laugh.
  10. Or you can go to his website under Trademarks and see "GSS" written. Meaning it is a word he use. not a material. Dont get me wrong, Im not here to argue, but it is stated on his website that it is a trademark, not a material.
  11. GSS is 303 stainless Steel. Its the same thing with a fancier name.
  12. I would do dirty things to see a 18 degree 2 iron launch and spin like a 9-iron and still get it out there 200 yards. Are you sure the launch monitor was set right and that you read the values right?
  13. Look wise its a no from me. That angle behind the neck is really weird on an otherwise smooth putter shape. And the pointy toe area around the sole is way to, well, pointy. Bumpers looks skinny AF when he raises the sole that much on heel and toe area.
  14. Yeah, thats got to be a no for me. Nothing in this iron helps with length or forgivness. Its a blade iron.. strike it well and it will fly its distance. But who am I to judge, post some trackman data with the 620 MB and the irons its supposed to be longer then.
  15. I have designed and milled a couple of putters, I have a thread in here, bit you will have to find it yourself. I’m not sure I understand you, is it just the face dinensions, or if its the design in general. If you have access to a CAD software, start where you think is a good start and go with trial and error from there. Feel free to Ask any questions you might have. Im a machine designer so I work with CAD 40 hours a week, if it might help.
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