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  1. Lots to clear out as my putter obsession subsides for now. I'm based in the UK, so prices in GBP, but all can be posted to US at cost (I can even send heads only if that's your thing too). I'd do deals on multiples too. I've added thumbnails for a quick browse, but here's all the photos in full res: https://imgur.com/a/a1adlSZ Here's the list: Scotty Cameron: Custom Shop Scotty Cameron Golo 5 - Stunning as is but can add custom shop weights for an extra £50. Will come with 2 cover, golo and new 2018 select. £250. Mid Mallet Blackout Jackpot Johnny Headcover (Brand new) - £110
  2. I was hoping that would be the case. I'm trying to get into the habit of playing "a" ball for as long as I can so that I can get used to the feel. So it looks like RZN white for the next while anyway. I'll start using something a bit more premium if I ever get through a round with only 1 or 2 lost balls.
  3. Hey! I'm your average weekend hacker, high handicapper who tends to lose a lot of balls. I'm fairly fit, so my swing speed is usually around the 100mph mark. Ball wise, I only really notice a difference on the green with my putter, where I've found I like the feel of a softer ball. I've just bought a load of Nike RZN White balls which I've found are labelled for a "slow to moderate" swing speed. I'll be using the balls regardless, but what is the disadvantage of using a ball that is designed for a slower speed? I'm just curious really.
  4. My favourite putter. I’ve started experimenting with shorter 33 inch sticks, but I think it’s time to chop this and put it back in. My one issue with it is that due to the face being quite hard, if you use crappy balls, it doesn’t feel very nice at times.
  5. I bought a copper insert from him a couple years ago for a Method Matter B2-01 that I refinished to silver...wish I had never sold that putter! It was basically a Nike Buttonback for under $125! - Josh I’m assuming it was softer then? I quite fancy trying it. I know it defeats the purpose of the whole method thing, but I don’t like the idea of copper. Here is a link to the one I refinished...seriously two of the cooler putters I had ever owned and refinished/completed...damnit! LOL... http://www.golfwrx.c...me-take-a-look/ - Josh Very cool! When you removed the method insert,
  6. I bought a copper insert from him a couple years ago for a Method Matter B2-01 that I refinished to silver...wish I had never sold that putter! It was basically a Nike Buttonback for under $125! - Josh I’m assuming it was softer then? I quite fancy trying it. I know it defeats the purpose of the whole method thing, but I don’t like the idea of copper.
  7. Has anyone tried the copper inserts for methods from bigfootgolf? Considering buying a putter just to try it.
  8. So I had a look and non of the HOG models have the snazzy milling... So I think I can rule it out as one of them. I've actually emailed Machine to ask about it, not sure I'll get a reply though. I like oddities, so this one jumped out at me.
  9. Here’s the listing: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F183278976498 Supposedly a company that never got started, but after googling, there’s a patent for these from the 90s. Sounds cool though. If it is made by machine, I assume it’ll be well made at least!
  10. Hey there, I'm looking for some recommendations for someone to remill my putter and add some tungsten weights to it. Ideally, I won't need to remortgage to do this... And Ideally someone in Europe, but I'm open to supporting foreign economies too! Can anyone help? Cheers!
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