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  1. 34", prefer 1.5, but might consider 2.5 for the right price. Will consider all conditions better than "better as a garden hoe than putter." Prefer no inserts, so, '12, '14, and '20 models would be preferred. Also might consider CT or limited release model.
  2. Prices OBO shipped CONUS and Paypal'd 1) 34" Brandon S with black Iomic grip. Used for a few months, but the headcover has never experienced the outdoor air. PXG doesn't pay me to play their product, so I don't use their headcover. $200 2) Diamana ZF 60s. Stock TM length to play 45.75" according to TM for SIM2 Max. I ordered it with grip unattached and blew on the iomic one (brand new from my stash). $OLD if you want the Iomic one, $OLD without the grip or with the stock TM one. Trades: Scotty 1.5 or 2.5 AD IZ 6x or 6s
  3. Haven't been around for the end of May, but I've always thought beginning of May is actually sneaky nice. It needs to be a little hotter with the low humidity to make you want to get in a pool and not be cold after a round. In my experience, I'd prefer that late spring window over September. It was much more humid then and actually kind of hard to breath. If you're on a budget and there during a hotter time of year, consider driving out to Apache Stronghold if you have the time. It's pretty cheap (with maintenance budget to match), but is a fun course and a little co
  4. I think it's the I Classic Standard, which is on the small side of "standard". I think I have the 65g one in the same color that could be swapped on.
  5. 330/340/350 could be right. It's been awhile since I looked it up. For Piretti, it's clearly just a customization feature. On the other end, there's Tiger's putter from the PGA this year and Open last year where they added weight ports to add a little more heft. That's more like the Special Select, though, where it's a smaller head than the 2013-2018 models, and likely also had more than 10-15g weights installed.
  6. I've always been pretty familiar with the swing feel of the Newports from roughly 2013-2018...15g weights in the 34", 10g weights in the 35", etc. I recently tried something that was also 350g/34", but a solid head with no weights, and didn't like it as much as I thought. I recently exchanged some emails with someone at Piretti regarding a Potenza head that would be 355/365/375 depending on which weights you put in. The weight materials were aluminum, SS, and copper, which led me to ask, and sure enough the weight of the head if no weight ports existed would be around the middle
  7. Apologize, apparently the new web interface here had been going to my email spam. I've replied to everyone now.
  8. Prices shipped CONUS. No trades of anything except other Scotty putters. No headcovers with any of these. I tossed out a few photos to sneak under the 50 MB limit, so just ask if you want more. 1) 34.5" Newport Buttonback - Refinished with a Tour Satin finish, which is slightly darker than the original, and original paintfill. It was reshafted with a KBS CT Tour, but I have the original shaft and will include it. Grip is a black/gold dancing Cameron. Prettiest putter I've ever seen, but the insert would keep me from ever gaming it. Only indoor rolled since refinish. $OLD
  9. I've had this since I got it in the mail as a 13 year old and watched as the selling prices have flown all over the place over the years. Some people fish for "new car price", most are just the card. There are a bunch on that bidding site we all love, so feel free to peruse that for comps. I'd like to move this, not just fish for an outlier price, so make an offer if you're interested. 1996 SI for Kids issue with Tiger Woods "rookie" card on the cards page. Magazine is in perfect condition, as is the cards page. No bent corners or anything. I'm not a card grader or anything,
  10. Measures 42.25". Swapped for a Ventus blue 7x, so plays pretty stout for "stiff". Only a few rounds on the grip, and I'm someone that doesn't use 3w off the tee at all. $60 shipped CONUS
  11. SIM 9.0 head. Sole has the normal tee marks and such, rest is clean. I should listen to my fitter next time and not try to get cute about it. $325 shipped CONUS.
  12. I was fit for a 9.0 SIM Max head but, because I struggle with hooks, got the idea from Rory and Day to order the 10.5, loft it down to 9, and keep it out to the right. It worked for awhile, but then I guess I mentally adjusted and I do better with the square face. The 10.5 loft is too much. So.... TRADED shipped CONUS or Trade for 9.0 head preferred. SIM Max or SIM, no other make or model. I went through a fitting against Mavrik and G410 and did a home bake off with G410, M5, and M1. I'm sure of my choice. 34" Scotty Cameron Notchback I had this done at Continental Golf a few years bac
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