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  1. I actually went a totally different route. After hitting many different shafts in that time period, I actually hit the Nippon Modus 120S the best. Right in that 116g-118g shaft weight, which is exactly what I was looking for. They felt amazing and had a great ball flight. Dont regret them one bit.
  2. L.A.B. DF 2.1T - $350 shipped to your door This putter has 6 or 7 rounds on it with a handful of hours on the practice green. The headcover went on every time it was not in my hands. There are no scratches anywhere on the putter and it is in excellent condition. This is a fantastic putter with great feel and unbelievable technology, I’ve just decided to go a different direction. Putter will be shipped in the original box. Length = 34.5” Lie Angle = 67° Grip = Press No. II 3° Alignment = #28 Shaft = Stock KBS CT Tour I’d be more than happy t
  3. It is a good putter for sure. Honestly, one of the best, if not the best I’ve ever used. I just found myself thinking about my set up, ball position, hand position and grip pressure way too much while standing over the ball, that it took away from me actually concentrating on the putt itself. I definitely wanted to love it and I feel I gave it a good run, but I found myself always going back to my face balanced mallets. I can just stand over the ball and bring it straight back straight through, without really thinking about anything. I missed that feeling. It is absolutely an am
  4. L.A.B. DF 2.1T - $350 This putter has 6 or 7 rounds on it with a handful of hours on the practice green. The headcover went on every time it was not in my hands. There are no scratches anywhere on the putter and it is in excellent condition. This is a fantastic putter with great feel and unbelievable technology, I’ve just decided to go a different direction. Putter will be shipped in the original box. Length = 34.5” Lie Angle = 67° Grip = Press No. II 3° Alignment = #28 Shaft = Stock KBS CT Tour I’d be more than happy to answer any question
  5. I know there have been a few requests for pictures of the Press No. II 1.5* and Press No. II 3* grips side by side, so here they are. @Cliffy2020 @N2N2 I ordered and put the 1.5* on my DF 2.1 and got in 2 hours of practice on the putting green, and played 27 holes over a few days time, and decided I hated the 1.5* on this putter. I tried to pull it off and was going to offer it up to someone else on here to try out free of charge, but I could not get it off for the life of me, even though it was only on my putter for maybe 72 hours. I ended up ordering another Press 3* and going
  6. Anyone ever use the Press 1.5° grip on their DF 2.1? The 3° seems like a lot to me and I can’t get comfortable with my hands that far forward. I know 1.5° won’t make a huge difference, but it will some. The 1.5° is lighter too, which will make the head feel a little heavier, so that in itself is a selling point for me. Also, it is 1/10” smaller on top and bottom, which isn’t a lot, but it’s smaller. Anyone else try this?
  7. I am still struggling to find a grip that feels comfortable and "natural" with this DF2.1. I have the Press 3* and have been messing around with all sorts of different styles, but still haven't found it. I have putted left hand low (right handed) for years, and have been with this putter as well, but something feels off with it. Still a massive fan of this putter though
  8. TaylorMade My Spider X Flow Neck - 35.5” Bought this used on eBay last month and decided after a few rounds, that it’s not for me. Price - $300
  9. Is there any specific benefit to having your hands more underneath the grip with the OG? Also, I would assume the putter would have to be reweighted if I decided to put the OG on it, since its 30g heavier? @labgolf
  10. One more question for all you veteran DF users. I hope this makes sense. Do you fully sole the putter at address, and wherever the grip ends up, that’s where you put your hands? I have the 3° press so obviously they’re a little forward of the ball. (Sole of the putter is completely flat against ground). Or... do you fully sole the putter, and then bring your hands back to center a bit, thus creating a more vertical shaft? This brings the sole of the putter off the ground for me and doesn’t feel like it’s the correct way. ((This is how I’ve been putting)) Hope
  11. I’ve been using my LAB DF 2.1 with the Press II 3° grip for the last few months with good results. It’s very hard to go back to a normal putter after this. I will admit, have lost a little confidence over the last few rounds and have been picking up different putters to bring to the practice green for some head to heads. Most putts are great with my DF, but every now and then (like most on here) I experience a big push or pull out of nowhere. I’ve scrutinized my aim, and am very cognizant of my ball position, as I’ve watched all the videos and read this thread 4-5 times.
  12. Just got a flow neck and am really liking it. I came from a short slant and the flow def seems to fit my stroke better. It does in fact look closed at address and required a tiny bit of a grip twist in the hand prior to soleing the putter for it to look square to me. I am doing some head to head testing with this flow neck against my LAB DF 2.1. The DF is a damn good putter, but it is ugly as hell. Right now, Im a little torn between which putter I should commit to. One of them is going to get sold, just not sure which one! The flow neck also looks like it has a little more loft th
  13. Any others with some reviews on the flow necks? I’d also love to see a pic of one from address
  14. I would also love to see this. I have been switching all sorts of stuff up to try and find something that I’m totally comfortable with.
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