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  1. We'll expect a video of you sinking a putt at Bandon... seriously!!
  2. Curious: What is he working on in this video?
  3. I'll do the same, but with Sand Wedge... because it's heavier and shorter.
  4. I agree, I think you're right... I would love to know what "feel" he's looking for before he moves on to longer shots? Was it a rhythm, was it a sense of connection? I would love to know...
  5. Does anyone still practice or warm-up with this abbreviated 1/2 swing motion.
  6. Amazingly, here is another beautiful SLIM JIM example for sale: https://www.ebay.com/itm/234133277257?mkevt=1&mkpid=0&emsid=e11021.m43.l1120&mkcid=7&ch=osgood&euid=58aff017027d46c39c662bb7bf66d9c4&bu=43031115285&ut=RU&osub=-1~1&crd=20210812053450&segname=11021&sojTags=ch%3Dch%2Cbu%3Dbu%2Cut%3Dut%2Cosub%3Dosub%2Ccrd%3Dcrd%2Csegname%3Dsegname%2Cchnl%3Dmkcid
  7. I'm not so sure that would be my first choice. I prefer a 2-piece grip.
  8. Awesome! - I'm delighted somebody from the thread got it! It doesn't look to have a single ding/ scratch on it, which means it was probably never used. GOOD LUCK!
  9. Somebody buy this before I do... *You won't find a nicer example! https://www.ebay.com/itm/334103270970?hash=item4dca1b563a:g:bmYAAOSwROVhDLrU&autorefresh=true
  10. This thread (bluedot especially), Google and YouTube... *BTW, welcome to GolfWRX
  11. Sure, why not? - However, it might possibly be better for sidesaddle putting if it were a more centered-shafted design and one where the shaft entered the head farther back from the face. Good Luck!
  12. Yes, the original Slim Jim clubheads are brass with tungsten plugs. You'll find the shallow clubface design is perfect when hanging the shaft vertically. When doing so, it puts the center of the clubface (sweet spot) right on the equator of the ball. I don't think you want to buff-out that brass putterhead! It might look cool hanging on the wall, but would be terribly distracting on the golf course. What I do, and what I would recommend, would be to paint the clubhead with flat black spray paint and then paint the recessed alignment lines with some Testors enamel paint, which you could find at your local hobby store. Testors provides a huge selection of colors... *I don't paint the clubface If you decide to have the lie-angle adjusted, the only way I've found to get this modification done properly is to drill out the clubhead and insert a sleeve. GOOD LUCK!
  13. Interesting choice for a side-saddle putter! - Did you read the thread title carefully?
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